Precise Positioning of BDS, BDS/GPS: Implications for Tsunami Early Warning in South China Sea

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Global Positioning System (GPS) has been proved to be a powerful tool for measuring co-seismic ground displacements with an application to seismic source inversion. Whereas most of the tsunamis are triggered by large earthquakes, GPS can contribute to the tsunami early warning system (TEWS) by helping to obtain tsunami source parameters in near real-time… (More)
DOI: 10.3390/rs71215814

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@article{Chen2015PrecisePO, title={Precise Positioning of BDS, BDS/GPS: Implications for Tsunami Early Warning in South China Sea}, author={Kejie Chen and Natalia Zamora and Andrey Y. Babeyko and Xingxing Li and Maorong Ge}, journal={Remote Sensing}, year={2015}, volume={7}, pages={15955-15968} }