Gravity changes in mid-west Greenland from GOCE gravity model and gradient data using ground and airborne gravity

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Gravity changes in mid-west Greenland from GOCE gravity model and gradient data using ground and airborne gravity. / Tscherning, Carl Christian; Herceg, Matija; Fredenslund Levinsen, Joanna.

2014. Poster session presented at European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2014, Vienna, Austria.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePoster – Annual report year: 2015Researchpeer-review

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Tscherning, CC, Herceg, M & Fredenslund Levinsen, J 2014, 'Gravity changes in mid-west Greenland from GOCE gravity model and gradient data using ground and airborne gravity' European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2014, Vienna, Austria, 27/04/2014 - 02/05/2014, .

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Tscherning, C. C., Herceg, M., & Fredenslund Levinsen, J. (2014). Gravity changes in mid-west Greenland from GOCE gravity model and gradient data using ground and airborne gravity. Poster session presented at European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2014, Vienna, Austria.

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Tscherning CC, Herceg M, Fredenslund Levinsen J. 2014. Gravity changes in mid-west Greenland from GOCE gravity model and gradient data using ground and airborne gravity. Poster session presented at European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2014, Vienna, Austria.

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Tscherning CC, Herceg M, Fredenslund Levinsen J. Gravity changes in mid-west Greenland from GOCE gravity model and gradient data using ground and airborne gravity. 2014. Poster session presented at European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2014, Vienna, Austria.

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Tscherning, Carl Christian ; Herceg, Matija ; Fredenslund Levinsen, Joanna. / Gravity changes in mid-west Greenland from GOCE gravity model and gradient data using ground and airborne gravity. Poster session presented at European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2014, Vienna, Austria.1 p.

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title = "Gravity changes in mid-west Greenland from GOCE gravity model and gradient data using ground and airborne gravity",
abstract = "GOCE TRF (terrestrial reference frame) vertical anomalous gradients (Tzz) from two periods have been used to determine gravity anomalies changes in mid-west Greenland, where a large mass-loss has been detected using GRACE (Fig. 1). As additional data were used the GOCE DIR-3 model and ground gravity at the coast on solid rock, where no mass loss is expected. The methods of Least-Squares Collocation (LSC) and the Reduced Point Mass (RPM) methods have been used, however only LSC included the ground data.",
author = "Tscherning, {Carl Christian} and Matija Herceg and {Fredenslund Levinsen}, Joanna",
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N2 - GOCE TRF (terrestrial reference frame) vertical anomalous gradients (Tzz) from two periods have been used to determine gravity anomalies changes in mid-west Greenland, where a large mass-loss has been detected using GRACE (Fig. 1). As additional data were used the GOCE DIR-3 model and ground gravity at the coast on solid rock, where no mass loss is expected. The methods of Least-Squares Collocation (LSC) and the Reduced Point Mass (RPM) methods have been used, however only LSC included the ground data.

AB - GOCE TRF (terrestrial reference frame) vertical anomalous gradients (Tzz) from two periods have been used to determine gravity anomalies changes in mid-west Greenland, where a large mass-loss has been detected using GRACE (Fig. 1). As additional data were used the GOCE DIR-3 model and ground gravity at the coast on solid rock, where no mass loss is expected. The methods of Least-Squares Collocation (LSC) and the Reduced Point Mass (RPM) methods have been used, however only LSC included the ground data.

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