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  List of Accepted Contributions - GD15 Potential Fields in Geostatics and Geodynamics

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Romanyuk, T.V.; Mooney, W.D.
Gravity inversion constrained by seismic velocities: two long-range whole crustal-mantle profiles for the Southern California

Saleem, M.; Ben Suleiman, A.
Gravity Investigations Of Cyrenaica Platform And Adjacent Areas, Northeastern Libya

Liu, X.; Ditmar, P.
A least-squares technique for smoothing a satellite orbit in the context of gravity field modeling

Mitterbauer, U.; Brückl, E.; Behm, M.; CELEBRATION 2000 & ALP 2002 Working Group, .
Constraints on lithospheric structures of the Eastern Alps from gravimetry

Ebbing, J.; Skilbrei, J.R.; Olesen, O.; Lundin, E.
Combined forward and inverse modelling reveals the source of the Permian volcanism in the Oslo Graben

Ferraccioli, F.; Vaughan, A.P.M; Leat, P.T; Jones, P.
Contrasting segments of a magmatic arc terrane over the Antarctic Peninsula, as identified from aerogeophysical data

Galybin, K. A.; Boschetti, F; Dentith, M
A New Approach To Potential Field Data Collection

Snopek, K.
Inversion of gravity data: new techniques, new possibilities.

Webers, W.
On different physical Contents of Models of the internal magnetic Field for the Earth´s Surface and for Satellite Altitudes

Wolf, D.
Mantle viscosity, glacial changes and global sea-level rise

Jacoby, W.R.; Hartmann, O.; Wallner, H.
Gravity and Height Changes near Vatnajökull, SE Iceland

Tumalski, T.
Series of earthquakes 1811-2004 confirm the west drift of "Tectonical Death Zone"

Holota, P.
Boundary problems in combining terrestrial, airborne and spatial gravity field information: An optimized solution

Dvulit, P D
Calculation of the cogeoid heights and gravimetrical deflections of components of the vertical lines on data of clear anomalies of the gravity

Panet, I.; Chambodut, A.; Amsel, L.; Holschneider, M.; Diament, M.; Mandea, M.; Jamet, O.
Wavelet frame descriptions of Earth's potential fields : applications to magnetic and gravity fields

Møller, M.; Olsen, H.; Ploug, C.; Strykowski, G.; Hjorth, H.
New Interpretation of Old Geophysical Data for Planning and Interpretation of New Ground Water Investigations in Lolland, Denmark

Strykowski, G.
Towards ‘Memorable’ and Highly Accurate Forward Potential Field Modelling in Space-domain

Carbone, D.; Budetta, G.; Greco, F.; Zuccarello, L.
A data sequence acquired at Mt. Etna during the 2003-03 eruption highlights the potential of continuous gravity observations as a tool to monitor active volcanoes

Andersen, O. B.; Knudsen, P.; Berry, P. ; Mathers, L.; Freeman, J. ; Kenyon, S.; Trimmer, R.
High resolution Global gravity field from retracked 2-Hz ERS-1 altimetry

Abt, T.; Howe, E.; Tscherning, C. C.
Determination of a Gravity Field Model from one Month of CHAMP Satellite Data using Accelerations

Everaerts, M.; Ducarme, B; Demoulin, A
Joint analysis of GPS and Gravity seasonal variations in eastern Belgium

Everaerts, M; Dimitrov, D ; Camelbeeck, Th
Gravity campaign in the Shirpan Plovdiv area south of Bulgaria

Niehuus, K.
Temporal Geoid Variations as Constraint in Global Geodynamics

Meyer, U.
Combining satellite, airborne and near surface data: Problems in overlaps and chances in reduction (withdrawn)

Finn, G.; Grafarend, E. W.
A Comparison of the New Finnish Geoid FINN2004 With Existing Models

Omang, O.C.D; Solheim, D.
Geoid and mean sea surface topography determination with stochastically optimal techniques

Ardalan, A.; Jazaeri, S.
A new methodology for the computations of the mean gravity within the Earth’s topography for precise orthometric height determination

Ellmann, A.; Vanicek, P.
UNB Application of Stokes-Helmert's Approach to Geoid Computation

Papp, G.; Benedek, J.
Application of Gravity Inversion for the Investigation of Geoid Definitions

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