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The main aim of the article was to analyse the actual accuracy of determining the vertical movements of the Earth’s crust (VMEC) based on time series made of four measurement techniques: satellite altimetry (SA), tide gauges (TG), fixed GNSS stations and radar interferometry. A relatively new issue is the use of the persistent scatterer InSAR (PSIn...
The simultaneous adaptation of several networks of vertical crustal movements (based on data obtained by various techniques) requires the selection of tie points, which are not affected by additional disturbing factors. These points must be represented in both (or more) networks. They can be the same points or pseudo-nodal points. The selection of...
The crustal movements of the earth can be determined using different data sets. The data sets are characterized by different levels of accuracy, noise, time resolution, and spatial resolution. The goal of the paper is to determine the vertical crustal movements with using the data from satellite altimetry (SA) and tide gauges (TG), permanent GNSS s...