[unav_all] AGU Session - Application of wavelet in geodesy

Meghan Miller meghan at unavco.org
Tue Jul 23 06:41:19 MDT 2013

Author: Minkang Cheng
Dear Colleagues,
Author: Richard Gross
Dear Colleagues -
As part of the 2013 Fall Meeting of the AGU that will be held in San Francisco, California during 09-13 December 2013. I am happy to announce there will be a session on "Application of wavelet in geodesy ". The description of the session is given below.
On behalf of the conveners I would like to draw your attention to this session and invite you to participate in it. This session will cover all aspects of the theoretical developments, and the spectra-temporal analysis methods applied for the time variable Earth’s gravity (including degree one term) and magnetic field, land surface topography (station displacements), hydrological fluxes, sea level change variations, or fluctuations in the Earth's orientation and rotation. We hope that you will be able to join us in San Francisco for this exciting session. More information about the 2013 Fall Meeting of the AGU can be obtained from its web site at <http://fallmeeting.agu.org/2013/>.
Please note that the deadline for submitting abstracts is 06 August 2013.
Hope to see you in San Francisco!
Best regards,
Minkang Cheng
G023: Application of wavelet in geodesy.
In the growing geo-science program, the space geodetic and remote sensing techniques deliver time series of various geophysical processes. Most of those time series are non-stationary with multi-scale feature. Thus, spectra-temporal analysis methods are required to detect and separate the signals for a better understanding of the individual contributions in geophysical processes for the Earth system components. Among those methods, wavelet techniques have fascinated the scientific, engineering and mathematics community, and become pervasive in various scientific and engineering researches. This session welcomes contributions on novel conceptual approaches and methods for the time-frequency analysis for the signals existing in geodetic data.
Minkang Cheng
Center for Space Research
University of Texas Austin, USA
cheng at csr.utexas.edu
Wieslaw Kosek
Environmental Engineering and Land Surveying Department
Agriculture University of Krakow, Poland
kosek at cbk.waw.pl
Michael Schmidt
Deutsches Geodätisches Forschungsinstitut (DGFI), Germany
schmidt at dgfi.badw.de

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