Annamaria Kiss

Annamaria Kiss
Budapest University of Technology and Economics · Department of Geodesy and Surveying

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The GRACE satellites have provided gravity field solutions with approximately monthly resolution since April 2002. The monthly solutions enable investigations of the annual, semiannual and secular mass variations, which mainly occur in a thin layer of the Earth’s surface. By the end of the GRACE science mission in 2017, the time span has increased...
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Seasonal hydrologic variations have been determined in the La Plata basin from GRACE monthly solutions for a time span of less than 6 years. The results have been compared to tide gauge water level data along several rivers of the La Plata basin. Annual and semi-annual curves have been fitted both to the GRACE water storage variation series and to...
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Glacial ice mass balance of Antarctica can be observed by the twin satellites of the gravity recovery and climate experiment (GRACE). The gravity fields with monthly resolution enable efficient detection of annual, long periodic and secular variations. The present study delivers an error estimation of the long-periodic and secular variations by det...
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Glacial ice mass balance of Antarctica can be observed by the GRACE satellites. The gravity model with monthly resolution enables efficient detection of annual, long periodic and secular variations. The present study delivers an estimation of the long-periodic and secular variations by determining the linear trend of the observed surface mass anoma...

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