Geodetic Methods & Modeling — GEOS F493-UX1
|77956||2019-08-26 to 2019-12-14||Ronni Grapenthin||3.00||Theory and application of modern geodetic tools to measure Earth's surface deformation with emphasis on GPS and InSAR. Basics of data processing. Evaluation of signals and modeling of their sources. Applications range from magma system characterization and analysis of slip during an earthquake to interseismic strain analysis and evaluation of changes in the hydrosphere such as glacial melt, seasonal precipitation effects and ground water level monitoring.|
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