[unav_all] Fall AGU session G025 "Use and Abuse of Vertical Motion Observations of the Solid Earth: New Frontiers, Challenges and Opportunities for Geodetic Science"

David Phillips dap at unavco.org
Tue Jul 5 17:55:12 MDT 2016

Dear Colleagues,

We would like to draw your attention to the following session at the AGU Fall Meeting to be held in San Francisco, CA, December 12-16, 2016:

G025 - Use and Abuse of Vertical Motion Observations of the Solid Earth: New Frontiers, Challenges and Opportunities for Geodetic Science (Session ID#: 13675)

This session will examine the relationship of dedicated geodetic analysis methods and products to fundamental and emerging science applications based on the detection, analysis and interpretation of vertical motions of the solid Earth. High-quality GNSS products are widespread and freely available from large continental- to global-scale networks, creating new opportunities for studying Earth processes. The vertical component of position and velocity solutions contains key information that can resolve otherwise ambiguous physical parameters, but is often neglected due to greater signal-to-noise ratio and non-geophysical artifacts that mimic geophysical signals. 

We seek contributions that: discuss limits of data resolution and reference frame accuracy; clarify the impact of or suggest new data processing strategies; make comparisons between techniques (e.g. GNSS, tide gauges, leveling, InSAR, gravity) to explore opportunities or limitations; document caveats regarding use of data products; and apply vertical observations to study tectonic, hydrologic, climatic, cryospheric, GIA, volcanic, atmospheric or other processes.

You can view information about the session, abstracts submitted to the session, and how to submit an abstract for the session here:  https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm16/preliminaryview.cgi/Session13675

The abstract submission deadline is 3 August 2016 23:59 EDT/03:59 +1 GMT.

Thank you on behalf of the session conveners,

David A. Phillips (UNAVCO)
Michael Floyd (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Bill Hammond (Nevada Geodetic Laboratory, University of Nevada, Reno)
Mark H. Murray (New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology)

David A. Phillips, Ph.D.
   Project Manager, Geodetic Data Services
   6350 Nautilus Drive, Boulder, CO 80301
   Tel: 303-381-7471, Fax: 303-381-7451
   phillips at unavco.org

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