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  List of Accepted Contributions - G10 Short and long-term observations in Polar regions (co-listed in CL & CR)

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Watson, C; Coleman, R; Handsworth, R
Tide gauge calibration at Macquarie Island using GPS buoy techniques

Santarelli, L.; Cafarella, L.; Di Mauro, D.; Lepidi, S.; Schott, J.J.
Geomagnetic field observations in Antarctica at the geomagnetic observatories at Terra Nova Bay and DomeC

Berrocoso, M.; Jiménez, Y.; Salamanca, J. M.; Ramírez, M. E.; Sánchez-Alzola, A.; Páez, R.
Determination of a physical reference frame for Deception Island (Antarctica)

Elosegui, P.; Davis, J.L.; Oberlander, D.; Baena, R.; Ekström, G.
GPS accuracy for high-rate geophysical applications

Doi, K.; Shibuya, K.; Ikeda, H.; Fukuda, Y.
Gravity observation with superconducting gravimeter CT(#043) at Syowa Station, Antarctica

Mäkinen, J.; Koivula, H.; Ahola, J.; Poutanen, M.
Continuous GPS observations and absolute gravity network in Dronning Maud Land, Antarctica

Willis, M.; Wilson, T.; Hothem, L.
A Decade of GPS Measurements over the TAMDEF Network, Victoria Land, Antarctica

Khan, S. A.; Wahr, J.; van Dam , T.; Leuliette, E.; Larson, K. M.; Francis, O.
Postglacial rebound in Greenland: Recent GPS results.

Scheinert, M; Dietrich, R
Tidal gravimetry in polar regions: The impact for permanent and remote observatories during the IPY

Rülke, A.; Dietrich, R.
On the analysis of campaign-type long term GPS observations in the polar regions

Alvey, A.; Kusznir, N.J.
Crustal thickness and OCT mapping of the Arctic region using gravity inversion incorporating a lithosphere thermal correction

Kozlovskaya, E.; Poutanen, M.
LAPNET- a multidisciplinary geophysical experiment in northern Fennoscandia during IPY 2007-2008

Capra (1), A.; Dubbini (1), M.; Mancini (2), F.; Negusini (3), M.; Montaguti (4), S.; Sarti (3), P.; Vittuari (4), L.; Zanutta(4), A.
GPS multi-year campaigns for the deformation control in Northern Victoria Land (Antarctica)

Cisak, J.; Milinevsky, G.; Olijnyk, A.; Wielgosz, P.; Zanimonskiy, Y.
Ionosphere modeling in Antarctic region using the dual-frequency phase GNSS-data

Capra, A.; Gandolfi, S.; Gusella, L.; Mancini, F.; Montaguti, S.; Negusini, M.; Vittuari, L.; Zanutta, A.
GPS data processing approaches for movements evaluation: application to VLNDEF network, Antarctica

Danesi, S.; Morelli, A.; Bannister, S.
Peculiar seismicity in Antarctica: swarms of glacial earthquakes with a recurrent magnitude under David Glacier, Victoria Land

Sarti, P.; Vittuari, L.
Classical geodesy methods applied to active fault monitoring in Ny Aalesund (Western Svalbard)

Blanco, J.J.; Ramos, M. ; Hauck, C.; Gruber, S.; Vieira, G.
Using shallow ground temperature measurements for the detection and monitoring of climatic trends and signals in the maritime Antarctic - examples from Livingston Island.

Capra, A.; Casula, G.; Dubbini, M.
VLNDEF: comparison of GPS data processed using GAMIT/GLOBK and Bernese 4.2

Ivins (1) , E.R.; James (2), T.S.
GIA and ice sheet altimetry in Antarctica: How well can we quantify the associated error and its spatial dependence

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