Solid Earth, gravity field and environment

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Abstract

Sophisticated geodetic spaceborne positioning and gravity field determination technology can provide very important information about our environment and its change such as the large-scale motion and deformation of tectonic plates, the small-scale deformation of surface structures, the change of the length of day, the change of the direction of the Earth's rotation axis, the structure of the Earth's gravity field, the change of mean sea level, the dynamical sea surface topography, etc. -from Author

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationRemote Sensing of the Earth's Environment
Subtitle of host publicationPapers presented at the Alpbach Summer School, Jul - Aug, 1989
Pages115-123
Number of pages9
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 1990
EventAlpbach Summer School 1989 - Alpbach, Austria
Duration: 26 Jul 19894 Aug 1989

Conference

ConferenceAlpbach Summer School 1989
CountryAustria
CityAlpbach
Period26/07/894/08/89

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solid Earth
gravity field
sea surface topography
tectonic plate
Earth rotation
positioning
sea level

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Environmental Science(all)
  • Earth and Planetary Sciences(all)

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Sünkel, H. (1990). Solid Earth, gravity field and environment. In Remote Sensing of the Earth's Environment: Papers presented at the Alpbach Summer School, Jul - Aug, 1989 (pp. 115-123)

Solid Earth, gravity field and environment. / Sünkel, Hans.

Remote Sensing of the Earth's Environment: Papers presented at the Alpbach Summer School, Jul - Aug, 1989. 1990. p. 115-123.

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Sünkel, H 1990, Solid Earth, gravity field and environment. in Remote Sensing of the Earth's Environment: Papers presented at the Alpbach Summer School, Jul - Aug, 1989. pp. 115-123, Alpbach Summer School 1989, Alpbach, Austria, 26/07/89.
Sünkel H. Solid Earth, gravity field and environment. In Remote Sensing of the Earth's Environment: Papers presented at the Alpbach Summer School, Jul - Aug, 1989. 1990. p. 115-123
Sünkel, Hans. / Solid Earth, gravity field and environment. Remote Sensing of the Earth's Environment: Papers presented at the Alpbach Summer School, Jul - Aug, 1989. 1990. pp. 115-123
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