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2004

  • Amiri-Simkooei A and Sharifi MApproach for Equivalent Accuracy Design of Different Types of Observations”. In: Journal of Surveying 130 (1), pp. 1–5. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Ardalan A and Grafarend EHigh-resolution regional geoid computation without applying Stokes's formula: a case study of the Iranian geoid”. In: Journal of Geodesy 78 (1), pp. 138–156. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Awange J, Fukuda Y and Grafarend EExact solution of the nonlinear 7-parameter datum transformation by Groebner basis”. In: Bollettino di geodesia e scienze affini 63 (2), pp. 117–127. [bibtex]
  • Cai J and Grafarend EThe Analysis of the Eigenspace Components of the Strain Rate Tensor in Central Mediterranean and Western Europe, 1992–2000”. In: Geophysical Research Abstracts, European Geosciences Union 6, pp. 06239. [bibtex]
  • Cai J, Grafarend E and Schaffrin BThe A-optimal regularization parameter in uniform Tykhonov-Phillips regularization — α-weighted BLE”. In: V. Hotine-Marussi Symposium on Mathematical Geodesy. Sansò F, ed., International Association of Geodesy Symposia, vol. 127, pp. 309-324. Springer Berlin Heidelberg. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Finn G and Grafarend EEllipsoidal Vertical Deflections: Regional, continental, global maps of the horizontal derivative of the incremental gravity potential”. In: V. Hotine-Marussi Symposium on Mathematical Geodesy. Sansò F, ed., International Association of Geodesy Symposia, vol. 127, pp. 252–259. Springer Berlin Heidelberg. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Fleming K, Martinec Z, Hagedoorn J and Wolf DContemporary changes in the geoid about Greenland: predictions relevant to gravity space missions”. In: Earth Observation with CHAMP. Reigber C, Lühr H, Schwintzer P, Wickert J, eds., pp. 217–222. Springer Berlin Heidelberg. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Ilk K, Flury J, Rummel R, Schwintzer P, Bosch W, Haas C, Schröter J, Stammer D, Zahel W, Miller H, Dietrich R, Huybrechts P, Schmeling H, Wolf D, Riegger J, Bardossy J and Güntner AMass Transport and Mass Distribution in the Earth System: Contribution of the New Generation of Satellite Gravity and Altimetry Missions to Geosciences”. GOCE Project Office Germany, Munich and GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam. [bibtex] [url]
  • Keller WThe use of wavelets for the acceleration of iteration schemes”. In: V. Hotine-Marussi Symposium on Mathematical Geodesy. Sansò F, ed., International Association of Geodesy Symposia, vol. 127, pp. 81–87. Springer. Matera, Italy. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Keller W “Wavelets in Geodesy and Geodynamics”. pp. 279. De Gruyter. [bibtex]
  • Keller W, Kubik K and Mojarrabi BBi-static SAR using GPS Signals reflected at the Sea-surface”. In: Proceedings EUSAR 2004. vol. 2, pp. 779–783. VDE Verlag. 5th European Conference on Synthetic Aperture Radar, EUSAR2004, Ulm, Germany. [bibtex]
  • Kösters F, Käse R, Fleming K and Wolf DDenmark Strait overflow for last glacial maximum to Holocene conditions”. In: Paleoceanography 19 (2). [bibtex] [doi]
  • Mäkinen J., Engfeldt A., Harsson B. G., Ruotsalainen H., Strykowski G., Oja T. and Wolf DThe Fennoscandian land uplift gravity lines: status 2004”. In: Programme and Extended Abstracts of the Third Symposium on Structure, Composition and Evolution of the Lithosphere in Finland. Ehlers C., Eklund O., Korja A., Kruuna A., Lahtinen R., Pesonen L. J., eds., pp. 81–87. [bibtex]
  • Vajda P, Vanícek P, Novák P and Meurers BOn evaluation of Newton integrals in geodetic coordinates: Exact formulation and spherical approximation”. In: Contributions to Geophysics and Geodesy 34 (4), pp. 289–314. [bibtex] [url]
  • Varga P, Engels J and Grafarend ETemporal variations of the polar moment of inertia and the second-degree geopotential”. In: Journal of Geodesy 78 (3), pp. 187–191. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Wolf D., Klemann V., Wünsch J. and Zhang F. P.A reanalysis and reinterpretation of geodetic and geological evidence of glacial-isostatic adjustment in the Churchill region, Hudson Bay”. STR04/11. Deutsches GeoForschungsZentrum GFZ, Berlin, Germany. [bibtex]