Glacial isostatic adjustment and nonstationary signals observed by GRACE

@inproceedings{Tregoning2009GlacialIA,
  title={Glacial isostatic adjustment and nonstationary signals observed by GRACE},
  author={P. Tregoning and G. Ramillien and H. McQueen and Daniel Peter Zwartz},
  year={2009}
}
  • P. Tregoning, G. Ramillien, +1 author Daniel Peter Zwartz
  • Published 2009
  • Geology
  • [1] Changes in hydrologic surface loads, glacier mass balance, and glacial isostatic adjustment (GIA) have been observed using data from the Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) mission. In some cases, the estimates have been made by calculating a combination of the linear rate of change of the time series and periodic seasonal variations of GRACE estimates, yet the geophysical phenomena are often not stationary in nature or are dominated by other nonstationary signals. We… CONTINUE READING

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