[unav_all] AGU 2014 Session: Geodetic Measurements of the Earth¹s Elastic Loading Response to Surface Mass Variability

Fu, Yuning (335N-Affiliate) Yuning.Fu at jpl.nasa.gov
Fri Jul 18 11:59:22 MDT 2014


AGU 2014 Session: Geodetic Measurements of the Earth’s Elastic Loading Response to Surface Mass Variability

Dear Colleagues,

We would like to draw your attention to a Geodesy session (Session ID: 2444) “Geodetic Measurements of the Earth’s Elastic Loading Response to Surface Mass Variability” at the 2014 AGU Fall meeting. Please forward the information to colleagues who may be also interested in this session.

Description: Surface mass variability causes the Earth to respond elastically, resulting in deformations of the crust. Modern geodetic tools, including GPS, InSAR, and Gravimetry can measure these types of lithosphere loading deformations at a high-accuracy. Here, we invite presentations that bridge geodetic observations of surface deformation and mass movement on land, in the ocean, the cryosphere and the atmosphere with elastic loading theory. This includes, but is not limit to, predicting surface deformation based on numerical modeling or independent loading data, and comparing it to the geodetic measurements; we particularly welcome presentations making use of geodetic measurements of deformation in local- to global-scale applications, to infer surface loading variations, decipher elastic and non-elastic deformation signals, or aim at refining the Earth structure models. The session intends to enhance geodesy’s applications to the fields of hydrology, cryospheric and solid Earth studies.

https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm14/webprogrampreliminary/Session2444.html

Primary Section: Geodesy
Co-Sponsors: A-Atmospheric Sciences, C-Cryosphere, GC-Global Environmental Change, H-Hydrology and T-Tectonophysics

Best regards,

Conveners:

Yuning Fu, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
Shfaqat Abbas Khan, Technical University of Denmark - Space
Ingo Sasgen, German Research Centre for Geosciences

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