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Karim Douch

Scientific Employee


+49 711 685-83474

Geschwister-Scholl-Str. 24/D
70174 Stuttgart
Room: 5.306

  1. 2020

    1. Cambiotti, G., Douch, K., Cesare, S., Haagmans, R., Sneeuw, N., Anselmi, A., Marotta, A. M., & Sabadini, R. (2020). On Earthquake Detectability by the Next-Generation Gravity Mission. Surveys in Geophysics, 41(5), 1049–1074.
  2. 2019

    1. Trimeche, A., Battelier, B., Becker, D., Bertoldi, A., Bouyer, P., Braxmaier, C., Charron, E., Corgier, R., Cornelius, M., Douch, K., & others. (2019). Concept study and preliminary design of a cold atom interferometer for space gravity gradiometry. ArXiv Preprint ArXiv:1903.09828.
    2. Peyman, S., Douch, K., & Sneeuw, N. (2019). Investigating Granger causality between sea surface temperature and terrestrial water storage change in Europe.
    3. Douch, K, Cambiotti, G., Sneeuw, N., Anselmi, A., Marotta, A., & Sabadini, R. (2019). On the Possibility to monitor the Co- and Post-seismic Signal with the Next Generation Gravity Mission.
    4. Feng, W., Wang, C., Zhong, M., Shum, C., Hsu, H., Sneeuw, N., Douch, K., Chen, Q., & Yeh, H. (2019). Potential hydrological and seismological applications of the next-generation gravity field missions based on multi-pair constellations and joint sino-European numerical simulations.
    5. Knabe, A., Douch, K., & Müller, J. (2019). The potential of satellite gradiometry to recover the time-variable gravity field.
  3. 2018

    1. Douch, Karim, Knabe, A., Wu, H., Mueller, J., & Heinzel, G. (2018). What is Required to Recover the Time-variable Gravitational Field Using Satellite Gradiometry?
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