Remote GPS Networks: Rationale. Carol A. Raymond, Erik R. Ivins JPL/Caltech. Rationale for Antarctic Continuous GPS stations and Constraints on Station Architecture.
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Carol A. Raymond, Erik R. Ivins
Rationale for Antarctic Continuous GPS stations and Constraints on Station Architecture
Continuous GPS measurements contribute to understanding the interaction between ice sheet history and dynamics, and earth rheology. Support time-varying gravity measurements of ice mass change.
Current results favor recent ice mass change - indicating smaller scale gradients are expected
Donnellan and Luyendyk (1997-2001)
Raymond et al. (1996-2001)
AirForce Seismic Stations (new)
Proposed TAM CGPS Network continues decadal-length times series at 4 sites
Network proposed in 2004 (Raymond et al.) is designed to measure glacioisostatic deformation in region most sensitive to testing models