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2007

  • Antoni M, Keller W and Weigelt MRepresentation of Regional Gravity Fields by Radial Base Functions”. Poster. IUGG XXIV General Assembly (IUGG 2007), Perugia, Italy (02.07.–13.07.). [bibtex] [file]
  • Austen G and Keller WOn an ellipsoidal approach to the singularity-free gravity space theory”. In: VI Hotine-Marussi Symposium on Theoretical and Computational Geodesy, Wuhan, China. Xu P, Liu J, Dermanis A, eds., International Association of Geodesy Symposia, vol. 132, pp. 327–332. Springer Berlin Heidelberg. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Cai J and Grafarend EStatistical analysis of geodetic deformation (strain rate) derived from the space geodetic measurements of BIFROST Project in Fennoscandia”. In: Journal of Geodynamics 43 (2), pp. 214–238. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Cai J and Grafarend EStatistical analysis of the eigenspace components of the two-dimensional, symmetric rank-two strain rate tensor derived from the space geodetic measurements (ITRF92-ITRF2000 data sets) in central Mediterranean and Western Europe”. In: Geophysical Journal International 168 (2), pp. 449–472. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Cai J, Grafarend E and Hu CThe Statistical Property of the GNSS Carrier Phase Observations and its Effects on the Hypothesis Testing of the Related Estimators”. In: Proceedings of the 20th International Technical Meeting of the Satellite Division of The Institute of Navigation (ION GNSS 2007). pp. 331–338. Fort Worth, Texas, USA. [bibtex]
  • Cai J, Hu C and Grafarend EThe Optimal Regularization Method and its Application in GNSS Rapid Static Positioning”. In: Proceedings of the 20th International Technical Meeting of the Satellite Division of The Institute of Navigation (ION GNSS 2007). pp. 299–305. Fort Worth, Texas, USA. [bibtex]
  • Devaraju B and Sneeuw NStochastic averaging of GRACE data”. Poster. Geodätische Woche, Leipzig, Germnay (25.09.–27.09.). [bibtex] [file]
  • Fleming K, Martinec Z and Wolf DGlacial-isostatic adjustment and the viscosity structure underlying Vatnajökull”. In: Pure and Applied Geophysics 164 (4), pp. 751–768. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Hagedoorn JM, Wolf D and Martinec ZAn estimate of global mean sea-level rise inferred from tide-gauge measurements using glacial-isostatic models consistent with the relative sea-level record”. In: Pure and Applied Geophysics 164 (4), pp. 791–818. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Hartmann O, Jacoby W, Wolf D, Klemann V and Sasgen IInterpretation glazial-isostatischer Ausgleichsvorgänge im Südosten Islands unter Berücksichtigung des Island-Plumes”. STR07/07. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Keller WA Localizing Basis Function Representation for Low-Low Mode SST and Gravity Gradients Observations”. In: VI Hotine-Marussi Symposium on Theoretical and Computational Geodesy, Wuhan, China. Xu P, Liu J, Dermanis A, eds., International Association of Geodesy Symposia, vol. 132, pp. 10–16. Springer Berlin Heidelberg. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Keller WSelf-adaptive choice of a system of localizing base function for regional gravity field recovery”. Poster. IUGG XXIV General Assembly (IUGG 2007), Perugia, Italy (02.07.–13.07.). [bibtex] [file]
  • Klemann V and Wolf DUsing fuzzy logic for the analysis of sea-level indicators with respect to glacial-isostatic adjustment: an application to the Richmond-Gulf region, Hudson Bay”. In: Pure and Applied Geophysics 164 (4), pp. 683–696. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Moghtased-Azar K and Grafarend EDeformation analysis based on intrinsic geometry”. Poster. EGU Joint Assembly, Vienna, Austria (15.04.–20.04.). [bibtex] [file]
  • Paláncz B, Awange J and Grafarend EComputer algebra solution of the GPS N-points problem”. In: GPS Solutions 11 (4), pp. 295–299. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Sasgen I, Mulvany R, Klemann Y and Wolf DGlacial-isostatic adjustment and sea-level change near Berkner Island, Antarctica”. Sci. Techn. Rep. STR07/05. GFZ Potsdam. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Sharifi M, Sneeuw N and Keller WGravity recovery capability of four generic satellite formations”. In: Gravity field of the Earth: General Command of Mapping. Kiliçoglu A, Forsberg R, eds., vol. 18 (special issue), pp. 211–216. 1st Int. Symp. of the International Gravity Field Service, Istanbul, Turkey. [bibtex]
  • Siemes C, Schuh W, Cai J, Sneeuw N and Baur OGOCE data processing: the numerical challenge of data gaps”. [bibtex] [file]
  • Sneeuw N and Kusche JPreface. Special issue: Satellite Gravimetry and Inverse Problems”. In: Journal of Geodesy 81 (1–3), pp. 1–3. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Weigelt M, Van Der Wal W, Sneeuw N, Keller W and Baur OTime variable gravity field recovery in local areas by means of Slepian functions”. Poster. IUGG XXIV General Assembly (IUGG 2007), Perugia, Italy (02.07.–13.07.). [bibtex] [file]
  • Weigelt M. L.Global and Local Gravity Field Recovery from Satellite-to-Satellite Tracking”. 20248. Department of Geomatics Engineering, Univ. of Calgary, Canada. [bibtex] [file]
  • Wolf D and Fernandez JDeformation and Gravity Change: Indicators of Isostasy, Tectonics, Volcanism and Climate Change”. In: Pure and Applied Geophysics 164 (4), pp. 633–635. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Xu C, Sneeuw N and Sideris MJoint SST and SGG Gravity Field Solutions Using the Torus Approach”. In: Gravity field of the Earth: General Command of Mapping. Kiliçoglu A, Forsberg R, eds., vol. 18 (special issue), pp. 169–174. 1st Int. Symp. of the International Gravity Field Service, Istanbul, Turkey. [bibtex]
  • Xu C, Weigelt M, Sideris and Sneeuw NSpaceborne gravimetry and gravity field recovery”. 53.3–4, pp. 65–75. [bibtex] [doi]