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  Poster Programme - G4 Interactions between the three pillars of space geodesy: surface geometry, Earth rotation and the gravity field

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Convener: Rothacher, M.
Co-Convener: Drewes, H.

Author in Attendance:

Friday, 7 April 2006 13:30 - 15:00
Display Time: Friday, 7 April 2006 08:00 -
Friday, 7 April 2006 19:30
Poster Area: Halls X/Y

Chairperson: ROTHACHER, M.

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EGU06-A-01085;  G4-1FR3P-0441
Wresnik, J.; Boehm, J.; Schuh, H.
Vienna VLBI Simulations Software (VV-Sim)

EGU06-A-01228;  G4-1FR3P-0442
Schuh, H.; Kosek, W.; Kalarus, M. ; Akyilmaz, O.; Bizouard, C.; Gambis, D.; Gross, R.; Kumakshev, S.; Kutterer, H.; Zotov, L.
First Results of the Earth Orientation Parameters Prediction Comparison Campaign

EGU06-A-01474;  G4-1FR3P-0443
Snajdrova, K.; Englich, S.; Weber, R.; Boehm, J. ; Schuh, H.
Estimation of nutation time series from GPS and VLBI for the CONT05 campaign

EGU06-A-01940;  G4-1FR3P-0444
Krasinsky, G.
Numerical theory of rotation of the deformable Earth with the two-layer fluid core. Fitting to VLBI data. (cancelled)

EGU06-A-02297;  G4-1FR3P-0445
Barkin, Yu. V
Core polar motions and variations of the Earth figure

EGU06-A-04688;  G4-1FR3P-0446
Barkin, Yu.V.
Core polar motion and inversion gravity variations of the Earth

EGU06-A-06680;  G4-1FR3P-0447
Nastula, J. ; Kolaczek, B.
Hydrological excitation of polar motion

Author in Attendance:

Friday, 7 April 2006 15:30 - 17:00
Display Time: Friday, 7 April 2006 08:00 -
Friday, 7 April 2006 19:30
Poster Area: Halls X/Y

Chairperson: ROTHACHER, M.

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EGU06-A-09420;  G4-1FR4P-0448
Kiryan, D.G.; Kiryan, G.V.
Movement of the Core of the Earth

EGU06-A-07768;  G4-1FR4P-0449
Global combination of a terrestrial frame and Earth Orientation Parameters at the observation level

EGU06-A-08571;  G4-1FR4P-0450
Chen, J.L.; Wilson, C.R.; Kang, Z.G.
Low Degree Gravitational Changes from Earth Rotation, Geophysical Models, and Satellite Gravimetry (cancelled)

EGU06-A-08922;  G4-1FR4P-0451
Appleby, G.; Wilkinson, M.
Local surface deformation from SLR and GPS analyses

EGU06-A-02853;  G4-1FR4P-0452
de Linage, C.; Hinderer, J.; Boy, J.-P.
A search on the gravity / height ratio induced by hydrological, atmospheric and ocean tidal loading processes; theoretical investigation and numerical applications.

EGU06-A-02566;  G4-1FR4P-0453
Breili, K.; Kj°rsvik, N.; Pettersen, B. R.
Time series analysis of GPS and absolute gravimetry in a land uplift area.

EGU06-A-09781;  G4-1FR4P-0454
Bosch, W.; Shum, C.K.; Woodworth, P.; Mitchum, G
The International Altimetry Service (IAS) - Servicing Interdisciplinary Earth Science and Applications

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