[unav_all] AGU Session: Geodetic measurements of changing vertical position and their application in geophysics
Matt.King at utas.edu.au
Sun Jul 28 23:02:02 MDT 2013
The Fall AGU deadline is now one week away, noting you now must be an AGU member to submit an abstract. The deadline is 6 August 2013 at 23:59ET/3:59+1 GMT
We welcome abstracts submitted to our session below, from both those modelling geodetic data and those developing such datasets.
G008: Geodetic measurements of changing vertical position and their application in geophysics
Description: Determining vertical positions of a sensor on or above Earth's surface remains a significant challenge. Diverse applications include: positioning of airborne sensors, measurement of tidal and non-tidal elevation changes, volcanic processes, earthquake cycle, natural and anthropogenic subsidence/uplift, and longer-term changes due to regional tectonics and glacial isostatic adjustment. This session welcomes submissions from three groups: 1) those working on improving geodetic techniques (e.g., GNSS, InSAR); 2) those using such measurements to test or develop models; and 3) new approaches to verifying the accuracy and precision of vertical positions obtained from geodetic techniques.
The abstract deadline is just 1 month away (Tue Aug 6).
Matt King, Christopher Watson and Norman Teferle
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