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Keywords: Superconducting gravimeter Absolute gravimeter Gravity rate of change Slow tectonic deformations Environmental effects Least squares fitting a b s t r a c t This paper evaluates different data-processing methods to determine the gravity rate of change, using repeated absolute gravimeter (AG) measurements and continuous monitoring by a(More)
For more than three years, the GRACE pair of satellites have been orbiting the Earth, monitoring the time variable mass distribution for scales ranging from regional to global. The GRACE data have been released for a broad scientific community and sets of gravity fields are available. This paper shows that there are evidences at interrannual 5 time scales(More)
We estimate the signature of the climate-induced mass transfers in repeated absolute gravity measurements based on satellite gravimetric measurements from the Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) mission. We show results at the globe scale and compare them with repeated absolute gravity (AG) time behavior in three zones where AG surveys have been(More)
[1] Short period variations in the Earth's rotation rate, length‐of‐day (LOD), are driven mainly by the atmosphere with smaller contributions by the oceans. Previous studies have noted a lag of atmospheric angular momentum (AAM) with LOD that would imply another source. We examine AAM from the European Centre for Medium‐Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) and(More)
The Section " Time, Earth Rotation and Space Geodesy " of the Royal Observatory of Belgium (ROB) contributes to the elaboration of reference systems (terrestrial and celestial) and time scales through both theoretical developments and observations. These scientific objectives result in three main research activities in geodesy: geodetic and geophysical(More)
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