Using global positioning system-derived crustal velocities to estimate rates of absolute sea level change from North American tide gauge records

@inproceedings{Snay2007UsingGP,
  title={Using global positioning system-derived crustal velocities to estimate rates of absolute sea level change from North American tide gauge records},
  author={Richard Snay and Michael Cline and William Dillinger and Richard Foote and Stephen Hilla and William Kass and J. Robert Ray and J. A. L. Rohde and Giovanni F. Sella and T. Soler},
  year={2007}
}
[1] We identified 37 tide gauges; each located within 40 km of a geodetic station whose International Terrestrial Reference Frame of 2000 (ITRF2000) crustal velocity had been rigorously derived from continuous global positioning system (GPS) observations, spanning from 3 to 11 years. The tide gauges are located along the coasts of North America, Bermuda, Hawaii, and Kwajalein (in the Marshall Islands). We obtained the ITRF2000 crustal velocities by averaging values from six solutions; each… CONTINUE READING

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