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Global Gravity Field Modeling from Satellite-to-Satellite Tracking Data (Lecture Notes in Earth System Sciences)

Editat de Majid Naeimi, Jakob Flury
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This book provides a sound theoretical basis for the the different gravity field recovery methods and the numerics of satellite-to-satellite tracking data. It represents lectures given at the ‘Wilhelm and Else Heraeus Autumn School’ in Bad Honnef, Germany, October 4-9, 2015. The emphasis of the school was on providing a sound theoretical basis for the different gravity field recovery methods and the numerics of data analysis. The approaches covered here are the variational equations (classical approach), the acceleration approach and the energy balance approach, all of which are used for global gravity field recovery on the basis of satellite observations. The theory of parameter estimation in satellite gravimetry and concepts for orbit determination are also included.
 
The book guides readers through a broad range of topics in satellite gravimetry, supplemented by the necessary theoretical background and numerical examples. While it provides a comprehensive overview for those readers who are already familiar with satellite gravity data processing, it also offers an essential reference guide for graduate and undergraduate students interested in this field.

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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9783319499406
ISBN-10: 3319499408
Pagini: 168
Dimensiuni: 155 x 235 x 13 mm
Greutate: 0.45 kg
Ediția: 1st ed. 2017
Editura: Springer
Colecția Springer
Seria Lecture Notes in Earth System Sciences

Locul publicării: Cham, Switzerland

Cuprins

Chapter 1: Parameter Estimation for Satellite Gravity Field Modeling, Jürgen Kusche
Chapter 2: Precise Orbit Determination, Adrian Jäggi
Chapter 3: The Classical Variational Approach, Srinivas Bettadpour
Chapter 4: The Acceleration Approach, Mathias Weigelt
Chapter 5: The Energy Balance Approach, Christopher Jekeli

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This book addresses different approaches for recovering the Earth’s gravity field using satellite-to-satellite tracking data. It gathers lectures given at the ‘Wilhelm and Else Heraeus Autumn School’ in Bad Honnef, Germany, October 4-9, 2015. The emphasis of the school was on providing a sound theoretical basis for the different gravity field recovery methods and the numerics of data analysis. The approaches covered here are the variational equations (classical approach), the acceleration approach and the energy balance approach, all of which are used for global gravity field recovery on the basis of satellite observations. The theory of parameter estimation in satellite gravimetry and concepts for orbit determination are also included.
 
The book guides readers through a broad range of topics in satellite gravimetry, supplemented by the necessary theoretical background and numerical examples. While it provides a comprehensive overview for those readers who are already familiar with satellite gravity data processing, it also offers an essential reference guide for graduate and undergraduate students interested in this field.


Caracteristici

Assists readers in applying different gravity field recovery approaches using real data
Includes several numerical examples that offer readers insights into the numerics of real data analysis
Features appendices that provide more detailed information on the data conventions and time/coordinate conversions needed for satellite techniques