Vistas for Geodesy in the New Millennium [electronic resource] : IAG 2001 Scientific Assembly, Budapest, Hungary September 2–7, 2001 / edited by József Ádám, Klaus-Peter Schwarz
- Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer, 2002.
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- XVII, 622 pages : online resource
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- Ádám, József, 1950-, Schwarz, Klaus-Peter, and SpringerLink (Online service)
- Fine-Tuning Reference Frame Implementation: Space Techniques; Non-Tidal Earth Gravitation and Geocenter Motion; Regional Reference Networks; Vertical Datums; A Geodetic Datum 2000 -- From Eötvös to Satellite Gradiometry - the Earth's Gravity Field: Gravity Field and Geoid Determination; Gravity Data from Earth and Planetary Satellite Missions; Airborne Gravimetry; Technologies for High-Resolution Global and Regional Digital Elevation Models; Numerical Techniques and Approximation Methods -- Geometry and Beyond - Global Navigation Satellite Systems: Probing the Atmosphere with GNSS; Low Earth Orbiter Satellite Missions; Engineering Geodesy; Probalistic and Non-Probalistic Assessment in Data Analysis; Biases in GNSS Positioning -- Modeling Earth Processes and Global Change: Variations in Earth Orientations; Sea-Level Changes; Plate Motions and Deformations; Satellite Altimetry for Oceanography and Geodesy.
- This volume contains 102 papers from the IAG Scientific Assembly, held on the premises of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in Budapest from 2nd to 7th September, 2001. These assemblies are designed to give an integrated view of geodetic activities to a broad spectrum of researchers and practitioners in geodesy and geophysics. At this meeting, which emphasized new vistas, a total of 380 papers were presented in four symposia and three special sessions. The topics embraced: - Fine-tuning Reference Frame Implementation - From Eötvös to Satellite Gradiometry - New Vistas in Measuring and Modeling the Earth's Gravity Field - Geometry and Beyond - Using Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNNS) in New Ways - Modeling Earth's Processes and Global Change Of the 380 papers presented, about 100 were selected for review and publication in this volume. They are representative of this meeting in that they present current research areas in geodesy to the interested geophysicist and new research challenges to the geodetic specialist.
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