VARIATIONS OF ANNUAL OSCILLATION PARAMETERS, EL NIÑO AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON POLAR MOTION PREDICTION ERRORS

@inproceedings{Kosek2003VARIATIONSOA,
  title={VARIATIONS OF ANNUAL OSCILLATION PARAMETERS, EL NIÑO AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON POLAR MOTION PREDICTION ERRORS},
  author={Wieslaw Kosek and Dennis D. Mccarthy and Brian J. Luzum},
  year={2003}
}
The error of short-term prediction of the pole coordinate data determined from space techniques is several times greater than their determination error, which is now of the order of 0.1 mas. The causes of such prediction errors are mainly due to irregular amplitudes and phases of the semiannual (Kosek and Kolaczek 1997) and shorter period oscillations (Kosek et al. 1995, 1998; Kosek 1997, 2000; Schuh and Schmitz-Hubsch 2000). Poor accuracy of short-term polar motion prediction can be also… CONTINUE READING

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