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51 results

2014

  • Antoni M, Roth M and Keller WConstruction of directional wavelets on the sphere”. Talk. Geodätische Woche 2014, Berlin, Germany (07.10.–09.10.). [bibtex] [file]
  • Baur O, Bock H, Höck E, Jäggi A, Krauss S, Mayer-Gürr T, Reubelt T, Siemes C and Zehentner NComparison of GOCE-GPS gravity fields derived by different approaches”. In: Journal of Geodesy 88.10, pp. 959–973. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Cai J and Sneeuw NStochastic modeling of GOCE gravitational tensor invariants”. In: Observation of the System Earth from Space – CHAMP, GRACE, GOCE and Future Missions. Flechtner F, Sneeuw N, Schuh WD, eds., GEOTECHNOLOGIEN Science Report, pp. 115–121. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Chen Q, Devaraju B and Sneeuw NHydrological loading signal observed by GPS and GRACE in South America”. Talk. Geodätische Woche, Berlin, Germany (07.10.–09.10.). [bibtex] [url]
  • Daras I, Pail R, Visser P, Weigelt M, Iran Pour S, Murböck M, Tonetti S, Gruber T, Encarnação J, Cesare S, Siemes C, van den IJssel J, Cornara S, Van Dam T, Sneeuw N and Haagmans RTreatment of temporal aliasing on future gravity satellite missions – an insight into ESA-SC4MGV project”. Talk. GRACE Science Team Meeting Potsdam, Vienna, Austria (29.09.–01.10.). [bibtex]
  • Elmi O, Tourian MJ and Sneeuw NRiver discharge estimation using channel width measurements from satellite imagery (MODIS)”. Talk. Geodätische Woche 2014, Berlin, Germany (07.10.–09.10.). [bibtex] [file]
  • [none] Stochastic modeling of GOCE gravitational tensor invariants”. In: Observation of the System Earth from Space – CHAMP, GRACE, GOCE and Future Missions. Flechtner F, Sneeuw N, Schuh WD, eds., GEOTECHNOLOGIEN Science Report, pp. 115–121. Springer Berlin Heidelberg. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Grafarend EW, You RJ and Syffus R “Map Projections – Cartographic Information Systems”. 2nd edition, pp. 520. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, New York. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Gruber T and NGGM-D Project TeamNext Generation Satellite Gravimetry Mission Study (NGGM-D)”. Talk. GRACE Science Team Meeting, Potsdam, Germany (29.09.–01.10.). [bibtex] [url]
  • Gruber T and NGGM-D Team “e2.motion: Earth System Mass Transport Mission (Square) – Concept for a Next Generation Gravity Field Mission. Final Report of Project Satellite Gravimetry of the Next Generation (NGGM-D)”. Reihe B Angewandte Geodäsie. Deutsche Geodätische Kommission der Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften. [bibtex]
  • Gruber T, Baldesarra M, Brieden P, Daras I, Danzmann K, Doll B, Feili D, Flechtner F, Flury J, Heinzel G, Iran Pour S, Kusche J, Langemann M, Löcher A, Müller J, Müller V, Murböck M, Naeimi M, Pail R, Raimondo JC, Reiche J, Reubelt T, Sheard B, Sneeuw N and Wang XNext Generation Satellite Gravimetry Mission Study (NGGM-D)”. Poster. IGFS General Assembly, Shanghai, China (30.06.–06.07.). [bibtex]
  • Gruber T, Baldesarra M, Brieden P, Daras I, Danzmann K, Doll B, Feili D, Flechtner F, Flury J, Heinzel G, Iran Pour S, Kusche J, Langemann M, Löcher A, Müller J, Müller V, Murböck M, Naeimi M, Pail R, Raimondo JC, Reiche J, Reubelt T, Sheard B, Sneeuw N and Wang XNext Generation Satellite Gravimetry Mission Study (NGGM-D)”. Poster. EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria (27.04.–02.05.). [bibtex]
  • Iran Pour S, Raimondo JC, Murböck M, Wang X, Reubelt T, Daras I, Gruber T, Pail R and Sneeuw NTowards the selection of optimal gravity satellite missions: Orbit configuration and Technological conditions”. Talk. Geodätische Woche, Berlin, Germany (07.10.–09.10.). [bibtex] [file]
  • Iran Pour S, Raimondo JC, Murböck M, Wang X, Reubelt t, Daras I, Gruber T, Doll B, Pail R, Flechtner F and N SAuswahl Bahnkonfiguration”. Talk. DLR NGGM-D project Abschlussseminar, Bonn, Germany (10.07.–01.01.). [bibtex]
  • Iran Pour S, Reubelt T and Sneeuw NRelative importance of coloured noise vs. model errors in reduced scale gravity field recovery of future satellite missions”. Poster. EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria (27.04.–02.05.). [bibtex] [file]
  • Iran Pour S, Reubelt T, Weigelt M, Murböck M, Daras I, Tonetti S, Cornara S, Gruber T, Van Dam T, Pail R and Sneeuw NGenetic-algorithm based search strategy for optimal scenarios of future dual-pair gravity satellite missions”. Poster. IGFS General Assembly, Shanghai, China (30.06.–06.07.). [bibtex] [file]
  • Iran Pour S, Weigelt M, Murböck M, Tonetti S, Visser P, Daras I, Encarnacao J, Cesare S, Siemes C, van den IJssel J, Cornara S, Gruber T, Van Dam T, Pail R, Sneeuw N and Haagmans RSearch strategy for optimal double pair scenarios for future gravity satellite missions – experience from the ESA SC4MGV project”. Talk. 5th International GOCE User Workshop, Paris, France (25.11.–28.11.). [bibtex]
  • Keller W and You RJAdaptation of the torus and Rosborough approach to radial base functions”. In: Studia Geophysica et Geodaetica 58 (2), pp. 249–268. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Kusche J, Klemann V and Sneeuw NMass Distribution and Mass Transport in the Earth System: Recent Scientific Progress Due to Interdisciplinary Research”. In: Studia Geophysica et Geodaetica 35 (6), pp. 1243–1249. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Lorenz C, Kunstmann H, Devaraju B, Tourian MJ, Sneeuw N and Riegger JLarge-Scale Runoff from Landmasses: A Global Assessment of the Closure of the Hydrological and Atmospheric Water Balances”. In: Journal of Hydrometeorology 15 (6), pp. 2111–2139. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Murböck M and Nggm-D Project Team DLRNext Generation Satellite Gravimetry Mission Study (NGGM-D)”. Talk. 5th International GOCE User Workshop, Paris, France (25.11.–28.11.). [bibtex] [url]
  • Reubelt T, Sneeuw N, Iran Pour S, Hirth M, Fichter W, Müller J, Brieden P, Flechtner F, Raimondo JC, Kusche J, Elsaka B, Gruber T, Pail R, Murböck M, Doll B, Sand R, Wang X, Klein V, Lezius M, Danzmann K, Heinzel G, Sheard B, Rasel E, Gilowski M, Schubert C, Schäfer W, Rathke A, Dittus H and Pelivan IFuture Gravity Field Satellite Missions”. In: Observation of the System Earth from Space – CHAMP, GRACE, GOCE and Future Missions. Flechtner F, Sneeuw N, Schuh WD, eds., Geotechnologien Science Report, pp. 165–230. Springer Berlin Heidelberg. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Reubelt T, Sneeuw N, Iran Pour S, Pail R, Gruber T, Murböck M, Visser P, De Texeira De Encarnação J, Van Dam T, Weigelt M, Cesare S and Cornara SThe ESA project SC4MGV "Assessment of Satellite Constellations for Monitoring the Variations in Earth's Gravity Field – overview, objectives and first results"”. Poster. EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria (27.04.–02.05.). [bibtex] [file]
  • Reudink R, Klees R, Francis O, Kusche J, Schlesinger R, Shabanloui V, Sneeuw N and Timmen LHigh tilt susceptibility of the Scintrex CG-5 relative gravimeters”. In: Journal of Geodesy 88 (6), pp. 617–622. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Riegger J and Tourian MJCharacterization of runoff-storage relationships by satellite gravimetry and remote sensing”. In: Water Resources Research 50 (4), pp. 3444–3466. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Roohi S and Sneeuw NCryoSat-2 SARIn mode success to determine lake level variations”. Poster. Geodätische Woche, Constance, Germany (27.10.–31.10.). [bibtex] [file]
  • Roohi S and Sneeuw NCryoSat-2 SARIn mode success to determine lake level variations”. Poster. Geodätische Woche, Berlin, Germany (07.10.–09.10.). [bibtex] [file]
  • Roohi S, Sneeuw N, Tseng KH and Shum CKFull and sub-waveform retracking to assess the ability of pulse limited altimeter in monitoring water level variations of inland water body”. Talk. EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria (27.04.–02.05.). [bibtex] [file]
  • Sneeuw NTrends and seasonalities in the gravity field, direct and indirect, from space geodetic methods. The first international workshop on the detailed structure of the Earth gravity field, its temporal variation effects and the national vertical datum modernization”. Talk. 1st International Workshop, Wuhan, China (20.04.–22.04.). [bibtex]
  • Sneeuw N, Cai J and Tourian MJCurrent and Future Geodetic Satellite Missions for Global Change Monitoring GSM4GCM”. Talk. Dragon 3 Mid-Term Results Symposium, Chengdu, China (02.05.–01.01.). [bibtex]
  • Sneeuw N, Li J, Baur O, Cai J, Tourian MJ, Elmi O, Jiang W, Chu Y, Jin T, Wirnsberger H, Krauss S and Maier ACurrent and Future Geodetic Satellite Missions for Global Change Monitoring”. In: Proc. ESA-China Dragon Programme III, Chengdu, PR China. pp. 6. [bibtex] [file]
  • Sneeuw N, Lorenz C, Devaraju BTMJ, Riegger J, Kunstmann H and Bardossy AEstimating runoff using hydro-geodetic approaches: Status and challenges”. In: Surveys in Geophysics 35 (6), pp. 1333–1359. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Sneeuw N, Tourian MJ, Elmi O, Roohi S and Chen QMulti-mission monitoring of the desiccation of Lake Urmia in Iran”. Talk. Ocean Surface Topography Science Team Meeting (OSTST), Constance, Germany (27.10.–31.10.). [bibtex]
  • Sneeuw N, Tourian MJ, Elmi O, Roohi S, Chen Q and Devaraju BKomplementarität geodätischer Raumverfahren – ein hydrogeodätisches Beispiel”. Talk. Geodätische Woche Berlin, München, Germany (12.11.–14.11.). [bibtex]
  • Su Z, Ma Y, van der Velde R, Dente L, Wang L, Zeng Y, Chen X, Huang Y, Menenti M, Sobrino J, Li ZL, Sneeuw N, Wen J, He Y, Tang B and Zhong LCEOP-TPE – Concerted Earth Observation and Prediction of Water and Energy Cycles in the Third Pole Environment”. In: Proc. ESA-China Dragon Programme III, Chengdu, PR China. pp. 10. [bibtex] [file]
  • Tourian MJ, Elmi O, Chen Q, Devaraju B, Roohi S and Sneeuw NA spaceborne multisensor approach to monitor the desiccation of Lake Urmia in Iran”. In: Remote Sensing of Environment 156, pp. 349–360. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Tourian MJ, Lorenz C, Devaraju B, Riegger J, Kunstmann H and Sneeuw NDischarge Estimation Using Hydro-Geodetic Approaches”. Poster. AGU Fall Meeting 2014, San Francisco, USA (15.12.–19.12.). [bibtex] [url]
  • Tourian MJ, Qin T, Tarpanelli A, Brocca L, Moramarco T and Sneeuw NImproving the temporal and spatial resolution of water level time series over Po River (Italy) obtained by multi-mission satellite altimetry”. Talk. New frontiers of altimetry – Ocean Surface Topography Science Team Meeting (OSTST), Constance, Germany (27.10.–31.10.). [bibtex] [file]
  • Varga P, Krumm FW, Grafarend EW, Sneeuw N, Schreider AA and Horváth FEvolution of the oceanic and continental crust during Neo-Proterozoic and Phanerozoic”. In: Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei 25, pp. 255–263. [bibtex] [doi]
  • Vishwakarma BD and Sneeuw NAspects of inter-catchment signal leakage due to filtering of GRACE observed total water storages”. Talk. Geodätische Woche, Berlin, Germany (07.10.–09.10.). [bibtex] [file]
  • Wang L, Van Dam T, Weigelt M, Tourian MJ, Chen Q and Sneeuw NContinental water storage inferred from 3-D GPS coordinates in Danube Basin”. Poster. AGU Fall Meeting 2014, San Francisco, USA (01.12.–01.01.). [bibtex] [url]
  • Weigelt M, Baur O, Steffen H, Jäggi A, Mayer-Gürr T, Van Dam T, Tourian MJ, Sosnica K, Zehentner N and Sneeuw NHow well can the combination of hlSST and SLR replace GRACE?”. Talk. GRACE Science Team Meeting, Potsdam, Germany (29.09.–01.10.). [bibtex] [file]
  • Weigelt M, Iran Pour S, Murböck M, Tonetti S, Visser P, Daras I, Encarnacao J, Cesare S, Siemes C, van den IJssel J, Cornara S, Gruber T, Van Dam T, Pail R, Sneeuw N and Haagmans RA methodology to choose the orbit for a double pair scenario future gravity satellite mission experiences from the ESA SC4MGV project”. Talk. GRACE Science Team Meeting, Potsdam, Germany (29.09.–01.10.). [bibtex] [url]
  • Weigelt MVDT, Baur O, Steffen H, Tourian MJ, Jäggi A, Prange L, Meyer U, Bock H, Mayer-Gürr T, Zehentner N and Sneeuw NPushing the limits of gravity field recovery from high-low satellite-to-satellite tracking – a combination of 10 years of data of the satellite pseudo-constellation CHAMP, GRACE and GOCE”. Talk. EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria (27.04.–02.05.). [bibtex] [url]
  • Wu G, Tourian MJ and Sneeuw NMonitoring Lake Level Variations in Yangtze River Basin Derived from Multi-Mission Satellite Altimetry”. Poster. EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria (27.04.–02.05.). [bibtex]
  • Ye Z, Sneeuw N and Liu L3D constrained inversion of airborne gravity gradient data using the ART method”. Talk. Geodätische Woche, Berlin, Germany (07.10.–09.10.). [bibtex]
  • Ye Z, Sneeuw N, Tenzer R and Liu LDepth inversion of a deep homogeneous layer using gravity and vertical gravity gradient disturbance”. Poster. EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria (27.04.–02.05.). [bibtex]
  • Zhang J, Tourian MJ and Sneeuw NStorage and discharge estimation of Danube basin by least-squares prediction”. Poster. Geodätische Woche, Berlin, Germany (07.10.–09.10.). [bibtex] [file]
  • Zhang J, Tourian MJ and Sneeuw NRiver discharge estimation of Yangtze River by least-squares prediction”. Poster. Geodätische Woche, Berlin, Germany (07.10.–09.10.). [bibtex]
  • Zhang Y, Widmer-Schnidrig R and Sneeuw NCoherency analysis between superconducting gravimeters at BFO and Strasbourg”. Poster. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Geophysikalischen Gesellschaft (DGG), Karlsruhe, Germany (10.03.–13.03.). [bibtex]
  • Zhourun Y, Sneeuw N and Liu LMoho depth inversion from gravity and gravity gradient data”. Talk. 5th International GOCE User Workshop, Paris, France (25.11.–28.11.). [bibtex] [url]