This session intends to showcase climate related studies which have made use of geodetic observations and or techniques.
Modern geodetic observing systems are sensitive to a wide range of changes in the Earth’s solid and fluid layers at very diverging spatial and temporal scales related to processes as, e.g., glacial isostatic adjustment, the terrestrial water cycle, ocean dynamics, sea-level and ice-mass balance. Geodetic observables are often compared with geophysical models, which helps to explain observations, evaluate simulations, and may potentially be used to improve simulations through techniques such as data assimilation.
We invite contributions utilizing geodetic data from e.g. altimetry, gravimetry (CHAMP, GRACE, GOCE and GRACE-FO), navigation satellite systems (GNSS and DORIS) or remote sensing techniques that are based on both passive (e.g. optical and multi/hyperspectral) and active (i.e., SAR) instruments. New approaches helping to separate and interpret the variety of geophysical signals present in observations are equally appreciated.
The session closely adheres to the ideas of the recently established Inter-Commission Committee on "Geodesy for Climate Research" (ICCC) of the International Association of Geodesy (IAG), which aims to encourage collaborations between the climate and geodetic community and promote the use of geodetic observations and principles while at the same time benefiting from climate expertise in the interpretation and correction of geodetic observations. We encourage authors to tailor their presentations to include non-geodetic scientists as their audience, and, with the author’s consent, highlights from this session will be tweeted in order to increase visibility.
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