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30 results

2005

  • Austen G and Grafarend EGravitational field recovery from GRACE data of type high-low and low-low SST”. In: Proceedings of Joint CHAMP/GRACE Science Meeting. GFZ Potsdam. [bibtex]
  • Austen G, Baur O and Keller WUse of high performance computing in gravity field research”. In: High Performance Computing in Science and Engineering’ 05. Nagel W, Resch W, Jäger W, eds., pp. 305–318. Springer Berlin Heidelberg. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Awange J and Grafarend EFrom Space Angles to Point Position using Sylvester Resultant”. In: Allgemeine Vermessungs-Nachrichten 112, pp. 265–269. [bibtex] [url]
  • Awange J, Fukuda F, Takemoto S and Grafarend ERole of algebra in modern day Geodesy”. In: A Window on the Future of Geodesy. Sansò F, ed., International Association of Geodesy Symposia, vol. 128, pp. 524–529. Springer Berlin Heidelberg. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Awange J, Grafarend E, Fukuda F and Takemoto SThe application of commutative algebra to geodesy: two examples”. In: Journal of Geodesy 79 (1), pp. 93–102. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Awange J. L. and Grafarend E. W. “Solving Algebraic Computational Problems in Geodesy and Geoinformatics. The Answer to Modern Challenges”. pp. 334. Springer Berlin Heidelberg. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Baur O and Austen GA parallel iterative algorithm for large-scale problems of type potential field recovery from satellite data”. In: Proceedings of Joint CHAMP/GRACE Science Meeting. GFZ Potsdam. [bibtex]
  • Baur O and Grafarend EOrbital Rotations of a Satellite. Case Study: GOCE”. In: Artificial Satellites, Journal of Planetary Geodesy 40 (2), pp. 87–107. [bibtex]
  • Borkowski A and Keller WGlobal and local methods for tracking the intersection curve between two surfaces”. In: Journal of Geodesy 79 (1), pp. 1–10. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Bölling K and Grafarend EEllipsoidal Spectral Properties of the Earth's Gravitational Potential and its First and Second Derivatives”. In: Journal of Geodesy 79 (6), pp. 300–330. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Cai J, Grafarend E and Schaffrin BStatistical inference of the eigenspace components of a two-dimensional, symmetric rank-two random tensor”. In: Journal of Geodesy 78 (7), pp. 425–436. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Fleming K, Martinec Z, Hagedoorn JM 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]
  • Fleming K, Martinec Z, Wolf D and Sasgen IDetectability of geoid displacements arising from: changes in global continental-ice volumes by the GRACE gravity space mission”. In: Proc. of Joint CHAMP/GRACE Science Meeting. GFZ Potsdam. [bibtex]
  • Grafarend EHarmonic Maps”. In: Journal of Geodesy 78 (10), pp. 594–615. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Grafarend E, Awange J, Takemoto S and Fukuda YA combinatorial scatter approach to the overdetermined three-dimensional intersection problem”. In: Bollettino di Geodesia e Scienze Affini LXIII, pp. 235–248. [bibtex]
  • Gruber C, Tsoulis D and Sneeuw NCHAMP accelerometer calibration by means of the equation of motion and an a-priori gravity model”. In: Zeitschrift für Geodäsie, Geoinformation und Landmanagement 130 (2), pp. 92–98. [bibtex] [url]
  • Ilk K. H., 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., Götze H. J., Riegger J., Bardossy A., A. G and Gruber T. “Mass Transport and Mass Distribution in the Earth System: Contribution of the New Generation of Satellite Gravimetry and Altimetry Missions to Geosciences”. 2nd edn, pp. 154. GOCE Project Office Germany, Munich and GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam. [bibtex]
  • Keller W and Sharifi MSatellite Gradiometry Using a Satellite Pair”. In: Journal of Geodesy 78 (9), pp. 544–557. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Klemann V and Wolf DThe eustatic reduction of shorteline diagrams: implications for the inference of relaxation-rate spectra and the viscosity stratification below Fennoscandia”. In: Geophysical Journal International 162 (1), pp. 249–256. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Kumar P, Kind R, Hanka W, Wylegalla K, Reigber C, Yuan X, Woelbern I, Schwintzer P, Fleming K, Dahl-Jensen T, Larsen T, Schweitzer J, Priestley K, Gudmundsson O and Wolf DThe lithosphere-asthenosphere boundary in the North-West Atlantic region”. In: Earth Planetary Science Letters 236 (1–2), pp. 249–257. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Martinec Z and Wolf DInverting the Fennoscandian relaxation-time spectrum in terms of an axisymmetric viscosity distribution with a lithospheric root”. In: Journal of Geodynamics 39 (2), pp. 143–163. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Mäkinen J, Engfeldt A, Harsson B, Ruotsalainen H, Strykowski G, Oja T and Wolf DThe Fennoscandian land uplift gravity lines: status 2004”. In: Gravity, Geoid and Space Missions. Jekeli C, Bastos L, Fernandes J, eds., International Association of Geodesy Symposia, vol. 129, pp. 328–332. Springer Berlin Heidelberg. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Novák P and Grafarend EEllipsoidal representation of the topographical potential and its vertical gradient”. In: Journal of Geodesy 78 (1), pp. 691–706. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Reubelt T, Götzelmann M and Grafarend EA new CHAMP gravitational field model based on the GIS acceleration approach and two years of kinematic CHAMP data”. In: Observation of the Earth System from Space – Proceedings of Joint CHAMP/GRACE Science Meeting. Flury J., Rummel R., Reigber C., Rothacher M., Boedecker G., Schreiber U., eds.. Springer Verlag. [bibtex]
  • Reubelt T, Götzelmann M and Grafarend EHarmonic Analysis of the Earth's gravitational field from kinematic CHAMP orbits based on numerically derived satellite accelerations”. In: Observation of the Earth System from Space. Flury J, Rummel R, Reigber C, Rothacher M, Boedecker G, Schreiber U, eds., pp. 27–42. Springer Berlin Heidelberg. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Reubelt T, Götzelmann M and Grafarend EA new CHAMP gravitational field model based on the GIS acceleration approach and two years of kinematic CHAMP data”. Talk. Joint CHAMP/GRACE Science Meeting, GFZ, Potsdam (06.07.–08.07.). [bibtex]
  • Sasgen I, Wolf D, Martinec Z, Klemann V and Hagedoorn JGeodetic signatures of glacial changes in Antarctica: rates of geoid-height change and radial displacement due to present and past ice-mass variations”. STR05/01. GFZ Potsdam. [bibtex] [url]
  • Sharifi MA and Keller WGRACE Gradiometer”. In: Gravity, Geoid and Space Mission. Jekeli C, Bastos L, Fernandes J, eds., International Association of Geodesy Symposia, vol. 129, pp. 42–47. Springer Berlin Heidelberg. Porto, Portugal. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Sneeuw N, Flury J and Rummel RScience requirements on future missions and simulated mission scenarios”. In: Earth, Moon, and Planets 94 (1), pp. 113–142. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Tsoulis D, Gruber C and Sneeuw NA novel approach for the calibration of the CHAMP accelerometer using short data spans”. In: Bolletino di Geodesia e Scienze Affini 64 (2), pp. 113–128. [bibtex]