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ISSN: 1674-9847
CN: 42-1806/P
e-ISSN: 2589-0573

Tidal modeling based on satellite altimetry observations of TOPEX/Poseidon, Jason1, Jason2, and Jason3 with high prediction capability: A case study of the Baltic Sea

This research aims to optimize the utilization of long-term sea level data from the TOPEX/Poseidon, Jason1, Jason2, and Jason3 altimetry missions for tidal modeling. We generate a time series of along-track...

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An improved typhoon monitoring model based on precipitable water vapor and pressure

The potential of monitoring the movement of typhoons using the precipitable water vapor (PWV) has been confirmed. However, monitoring the movement of typhoon is focused on PWV, making it difficult to...

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Assessment of the performance of the TOPGNSS and ANN-MB antennas for ionospheric measurements using low-cost u-blox GNSS receivers

Low-cost GNSS receivers have recently been gaining reliability as good candidates for ionospheric studies. In line with these gains are genuine concerns about improving the performance of these receivers....

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Determining the effective elastic thickness through cross-correlation between isostatic disturbances

The elastic thickness parameter was estimated using the mobile correlation technique between the observed isostatic disturbance and the gravity disturbance calculated through direct gravimetric modeling....

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Representation of three-dimensional mass distribution of the Earth's interior by biorthogonal series and its use for studying internal structure of the planet

This paper utilizes the mathematical concept of approximation within an ellipsoid from a single viewpoint to present the spatial mass distribution function of the Earth's interior and its internal potential....

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Co-seismic surface displacement of the June 21, 2022 MW6 Khōst, Afghanistan earthquake from InSAR observations

A robust estimation of the earthquake location, seismic moment, and fault geometry is essential for objective seismic hazard assessment. Seismic events in a remote location, specifically in the absence...

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Lithospheric strength of the Anatolian plateau and implications for strong earthquake activity in Turkey

On February 6, 2023, the doublet earthquake including two main shocks with magnitudes MW7.8 and MW7.5, occurred near the western side of the East Anatolian Fault at the southeast boundary of the Anatolian...

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Impacts of artificial dams on terrestrial water storage changes and the Earth's elastic load response during 1950–2016: A case study of medium and large reservoirs in Chinese mainland

The construction of dams for intercepting and storing water has altered surface water distributions, land-sea water exchanges, and the load response of the solid Earth. The lack of accurate estimation...

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The GNSS PWV retrieval using non-observation meteorological parameters based on ERA5 and its relation with precipitation

The pressure and temperature significantly influence precipitable water vapor (PWV) retrieval. Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) PWV retrieval is limited because the GNSS stations lack meteorological...

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Probing signals of atmospheric gravity waves excited by the July 29, 2021 MW8.2 Alaska earthquake

It is commonly believed that the atmosphere is decoupled from the solid Earth. Thus, it is difficult for the seismic wave energy inside the Earth to propagate into the atmosphere, and atmospheric pressure...

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Kinematic deformation and intensity assessment of the 2021 Maduo MS7.4 earthquake in Qinghai revealed by high-frequency GNSS

Rapid acquisition of the kinematic deformation field and seismic intensity distribution of large earthquakes is crucial for postseismic emergency rescue, disaster assessment, and future seismic risk...

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The earth's rotation-dominated seismicity preceding the 2023 MW7.8 Gaziantep, Türkiye, earthquake

For earthquakes (M ≥ 4.0) occurring along and around the East Anatolian fault zone and the Dead Sea fault zone within ten years immediately before the MW7.8 Gaziantep earthquake, Türkiye, of February...

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Singular spectrum analysis for the time-variable seasonal signals from GPS in Yunnan Province

Studying the seasonal deformation in GPS time series is important to interpreting geophysical contributors and identifying unmodeled and mismodeled seasonal signals. Traditional seasonal signal extraction...

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Study on the vertical deformations induced by terrestrial water storage changes in Huang-Huai-Hai river basin

Terrestrial water storage (TWS) variations are associated with water mass movements, which may cause the deformation displacements of the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) stations. This study...

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Comparative analysis of recent hydrological models and an attempt to generate new combined products for monitoring terrestrial water storage change

Hydrological models are crucial for characterizing large-scale water quantity variations and correcting GNSS reference station vertical displacements. We evaluated the robustness of multiple models,...

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Statistical analysis of regional STEC gradient trends for midlatitude ionosphere

In this study, the gradients of Total Electron Content (TEC) for a midlatitude region are estimated and grouped with respect to the distance between neighboring stations, time periods within a day,...

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Strain accumulation in the Mentawai Forearc Sliver, Indonesia, inferred from continuous GNSS-derived strain rate

The Mentawai Forearc Sliver (MFS) is characterized by oblique deformation formed as slip partitioned between normal and parallel trench plate convergence. The surge of great earthquakes from 2004 to...

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Possible effects of selecting different station distributions in the optimal sequence estimation method

Since the inception of the optimal sequence estimation (OSE) method, various research teams have substantiated its efficacy as the optimal stacking technique for handling array data, leading to its...

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Unifying the Nepal height system and China height system based on gravity frequency shift approach

Highly accurate international height reference frames with long-term stability, global consistency, and homogeneity are crucial for monitoring sea level variations, understanding climate change, managing...

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The present-day kinematics of the Tianshan orogenic belt constrained by GPS velocities

Since the late Cenozoic, the reactivated Tianshan orogenic belt has accommodated crustal shortening exceeding 200 km, primarily due to the far-field effects of the India-Eurasia plate collision. However,...

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On calculating glacial isostatic adjustment

Modeling the earth's fluid and elastic response to the melting of the glaciers of the last ice age is the most direct way to infer the earth's radial viscosity profile. Here, we compare two methods...

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An alternative 2D ICEEMDAN-based denoising method and its application in processing magnetic anomaly data

Due to environmental noise and human factors, magnetic data collected in the field often contain various noises and interferences that significantly affect the subsequent data processing and interpretation....

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A data-adaptive network design for the regional gravity field modelling using spherical radial basis functions

A high-precision regional gravity field model is significant in various geodesy applications. In the field of modelling regional gravity fields, the spherical radial basis functions (SRBFs) approach...

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Effects of errors-in-variables on the internal and external reliability measures

The reliability theory has been an important element of the classical geodetic adjustment theory and methods in the linear Gauss-Markov model. Although errors-in-variables (EIV) models have been intensively...

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Quantifying the 2022 drought and spatiotemporal evolution of TWSA in the Dongting Lake Basin over the past two decades

Extreme hydrological events such as droughts and floods have been increasingly influenced by abnormal atmospheric disturbances caused by human activity and global warming. The Dongting Lake Basin (DLB)...

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