DTRF2014: DGFI-TUM’s ITRS realization 2014

  title={DTRF2014: DGFI-TUM’s ITRS realization 2014},
  author={Manuela Seitz and Mathis Blo{\ss}feld and Detlef Angermann and Florian Seitz},
  journal={Advances in Space Research},
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Comparison of non-tidal loading data for application in a secular terrestrial reference frame
The Deutsches Geodätisches Forschungsinstitut der Technischen Universität München (DGFI-TUM) is one of the three Combination Centres of the International Earth Rotation and Reference Systems Service


Benefits of non-tidal loading applied at distinct levels in VLBI analysis
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A warning against over-interpretation of seasonal signals measured by the Global Navigation Satellite System
Some reasons why the claim that seasonal strain across the Himalaya indicates seasonal slow slip on the Main Himalayan Thrust (MHT) fault driven by hydrological loading related to the monsoon and driving seasonal variations of seismicity should be considered with caution.
Correcting GPS measurements for non-tidal loading
Non-tidal loading (NTL) deforms the earth’s surface, adding variability to the coordinates of geodetic sites. Yet, according to the IERS Conventions, there are no recommended surface-mass change
Systematic errors in SLR data and their impact on the ILRS products
The ASC is devoting efforts on an investigation of an alternative approach whereby a simultaneous estimation of site coordinates and range biases provides station positions that are in principle free of systematic errors, which has shown a significant impact on the realization of the TRF.
Upgraded modelling for the determination of centre of mass corrections of geodetic SLR satellites: impact on key parameters of the terrestrial reference frame
We present improved modelling to compute centre of mass (CoM) offsets for spherical geodetic satellites and derive new values for the spacecraft LAGEOS, LAGEOS-2, Etalon-1/2, Starlette, Stella,
Correcting surface loading at the observation level: impact on global GNSS and VLBI station networks
Time-dependent mass variations of the near-surface geophysical fluids in atmosphere, oceans and the continental hydrosphere lead to systematic and significant load-induced deformations of the Earth’s
The International GNSS Service
The International global navigation satellite system (GNSS ) Service (IGS ) is an organization devoted to the generation of high-precision GNSS data and products; a service that benefits science and
Systematic Error Mitigation in DORIS‐Derived Geocenter Motion
Geocenter motion observation is one of the most demanding applications of high‐precision geodetic techniques. Here a quantitative framework is derived that shows how dominant sources of correlations
Effects of unmodelled tidal displacements in GPS and GLONASS coordinate time-series
This study demonstrates the effect of unmodelled (sub-)daily tidal displacement on GLONASS (GLObalnaya NAvigatsionnaya Sputnikovaya Sistema) coordinate time series in comparison with GPS (Global