Chandler wobble: two more large phase jumps revealed

@article{Malkin2010ChandlerWT,
  title={Chandler wobble: two more large phase jumps revealed},
  author={Zinovy Malkin and Natalia Miller},
  journal={Earth, Planets and Space},
  year={2010},
  volume={62},
  pages={943-947}
}
Investigations of the anomalies in the Earth rotation, in particular, the polar motion components, play an important role in our understanding of the processes that drive changes in the Earth’s surface, interior, atmosphere, and ocean. This paper is primarily aimed at investigation of the Chandler wobble (CW) at the whole available 163-year interval to search for the major CW amplitude and phase variations. First, the CW signal was extracted from the IERS (International Earth Rotation and… 

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