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  List of Accepted Contributions - G1 Marine gravity field modeling

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Tourian, M.J; Allahtavakoli, Y.
A new approach for estimation of sea surface topography (SST) from combined altimetry and gravimetry data, by applying generalized Tikhonov method in Geoid computation

Ardalan, A.A.; Joodaki, G.; Nafisi, V.
On the marine geoid computations using MSL

Cunderlik, R.; Faskova, Z.; Mikula, K.
Determination of gravity potential at oceans using efficient numerical methods

Lequentrec-lalancette, L; Louis, L; Maia, M; Rouxel, R; Geli, G; Royer, R
Modeling the marine gravity field: constraints and limitations

Ardalan, A.A.; Karimi, R.; Sneeuw, N.
Application of satellite altimetry derived Mean Sea Level as a boundary data for an iterative gravimetric boundary value problem approach to the Sea Surface Topography and the marine geoid computations

Niedzielski, T.; Kosek, W.
Prediction accuracy of sea level anomalies data in the east-equatorial Pacific region in time of El Niņo, La Niņo and normal conditions

A. Ardalan, A.; Hashemi-Farahami, H.
A new empirical global ocean tide and Mean Sea Level model based on Jason-1 satellite altimetry observations

Andersen, O. B.; Knudsen, P.; Berry, P. ; Freeman, J. ; Pavlis, N. ; Kenyon, S.
TI: The DNSC07 ocean-wide altimetry-derived gravity anomaly field

Thomas, M.; Dobslaw, H.
Opportunities and current limitations of marine gravity field modeling from space: An oceanographic perspective

Otten, M.; Schoenemann, E.; Fenoglio-Marc, L.; Zandbergen, R.; Dow, J.; Becker, M.
Improved POD for Envisat at ESOC by latest reference frame and new mean and time-variable gravity field models

Kusznir, N.J.; Lebedeva-Ivanova, N.; Alvey, A.; Gee, D.; Gaina, C.; Torsvik, T.H.
Mapping Arctic Crustal Thickness and Ocean-Continent Transition using Gravity Inversion with a Lithosphere Thermal Correction

A. Ardalan, A.; Grafarend, E. W.; Karimi, R.; Poutanen, M.
A new Geodetic Boundary Value Problem approach to high-resolution geoid computations based on relative gravity, geopotential numbers, and Mean Sea Level as the boundary data \\Case study: Southwest Finland geoid

NASHED, Z.; Wang, Y.
Regularized kernel-based methods for model inversion for surface parameter retrieval and geodesy problems

Tziavos, I.N. ; Vergos, G.S. ; Grigoriadis, V.N.
Marine gravity field modeling using spectral methods

Hashemi, H.; A. Ardalan, A.
A study over indirect ocean tide effect on the GRACE observables

Jafari, M.; A. Ardalan, A.
Frequency domain versus time domain smoothing of physical observations

A. Ardalan, A.; Karimi, R.
A minimum distance approach to marine geoid computation

A. Ardalan, A.; Grafarend, E. W.; Hashemi, H.; Sneeuw, N.; Poutanen, M.
On the latest improvements in the geoid's potential value computations: Procedure and accuracy

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