[unav_all] AGU 2015 session G022: Unique uses of geodetic data
abarbour at usgs.gov
Fri Jul 17 13:10:59 MDT 2015
We would like to draw your attention to a session focused on exploring novel
research problems using geodetic data. We are especially interested in new
ways geodesy can be used to measure anthropogenic impacts.
Here's the official description:
The proliferation of geodetic instrumentation and data sets over the past
decades has led to a more nuanced view of Earth processes primarily due to
reductions in noise levels and increased precision of measurements of
displacements, tilts, strains, and gravity. Gains afforded by high-density
networks of high-quality geodetic instrumentation have allowed for the
separation of tectonic signals from hydrological, seasonal, and
signals which has led to the advancement of derivative data products such
soil moisture, snow depth, precipitable water, and ionospheric
We seek abstracts that are on the cutting edge of geodetic data analysis,
which push the boundaries of temporal and spatial resolution with aims to
problems of societal relevance.
and a link to submit to the session:
We are excited to have four distinguished speakers:
Adrian Borsa, Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Bill Hammond, University of Nevada, Reno
Kristine Larson, University of Colorado, Boulder
Matt Pritchard, Cornell
and hope you'll join us too!
Andrew Barbour, United States Geological Survey, Menlo Park
Brendan Crowell, University of Washington
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