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UC Santa Cruz Third Year Earth Science/ Environmental Studies Major Sierra Institute in fall
Interests in School Earth Sciences Meteorology Ocean Sciences
Plans for after Graduation
Summer Internship Scripps Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics
Provides high precision geodetic and geophysical measurements using Global Positioning System (GPS) satellites, particularly for the study of earthquake hazards, tectonic plate motion, plate boundary deformation, and meteorological purposes.
GPS Difference in Position Mm accuracy
Where I Work
Where I Fit In Real Time Data Processing (RTD) System Precise second by second positioning. Gamit Solutions vs. RTD Solutions. Work out any bias in solutions.
RTD XYZ Solutions Tropospheric Delay from atmosphere conditions Ionospheric Delay Statistical Analysis Ionospheric Delay Troposheric Delay
Application in the Future Commercial Use of RTD Cargo Ships Plans Cars Personal Use
Application for Surveyors Highway Design Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Monitoring Bridges and Structures
Application for Science Crustal Deformation Calculate strain build up on tectonic plates Capture seismic event
Success of Project Strong horizontal accuracy (1-2mm) Recognized vertical discrepancy ( 20mm)
Next Step Continue running a long term test Find results for months worth of data Make results conclusive
DGF – Santiago, Chile – Geodesy and Geodynamics By Christophe Vigny National Center for scientific Research (CNRS) & Ecole Normale Supérieure (ENS)
Deformation Analysis in the North American Plate’s Interior Calais E, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, Han JY,
10 more reasons* why an atmospheric science student should be a part of the Geodesy group… Contact: If you missed it, be sure to see:
12/12/01Fall AGU Vertical Reference Frames for Sea Level Monitoring Thomas Herring Department of Earth, Atmosphere and Planetary Sciences
DORIS - DAYS Toulouse May 2-3, 2000 DORIS Doppler Orbitography and Radiopositioning Integrated by Satellite Basic system concept Main missions Schedules.
A changing approach to geodetic networks and standards MATT AMOS and DON GRANT.
GPS: “Where goeth thou” Thomas Herring With results from Jen Alltop: Geosystems Thesis Katy Quinn: Almost graduated Ph.D
Effect of Surface Loading on Regional Reference Frame Realization Hans-Peter Plag Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology and Seismological Laboratory University.
How Does GPS Work ?. Objectives To Describe: The 3 components of the Global Positioning System How position is obtaining from a radio timing signal Obtaining.
Positioning America for the Future NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION National Ocean Service National Geodetic Survey Real-Time Mantra Pass.
How Does GPS Work ?. The Global Positioning System 24+ satellites 20,200 km altitude 55 degrees inclination 12 hour orbital period 5 ground control stations.
INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR GEO-INFORMATION SCIENCE AND EARTH OBSERVATION Global Positioning Systems (GPS) Jeroen Verplanke Department of Urban and Regional.
July 17, 2002Zambia GNSS Earth Science Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) for Earth Sciences Prof. Thomas Herring, Massachusetts Institute.
SOPAC's Instantaneous Global Plate Motion Model: Yehuda Bock, Linette Prawirodirdjo, Peng Fang, Paul Jamason, Shimon Wdowinski (TAU, UMiami) Scripps Orbit.
Role of Space Geodesy In GEOSS Timothy H. Dixon University of Miami/RSMAS and Center for Southeastern Advanced Remote Sensing (CSTARS)
Generalization of Farrell's loading theory for applications to mass flux measurement using geodetic techniques J. Y. Guo (1,2), C.K. Shum (1) (1) Laboratory.
GTECH 201 Session 08 GPS. Global Positioning Systems.
SU 4100 GEODETIC POSITIONING Instructor: Indra Wijayratne.
REAL TIME POSITIONING “ IT DEPENDS” REAL TIME POSITIONING PDOP MULTIPATH SATELLITES BASE ACCURACY BASE SECURITY REDUNDANCY, REDUNDANCY, REDUNDANCY PPM.
RegCM3 Lisa C. Sloan and Mark A. Snyder Climate Change and Impacts Laboratory Dept. of Earth and Planetary Sciences University of California, Santa Cruz.
NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF GEOPHYSICS, GEODESY AND GEOGRAPHY BULGARIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
Positioning America for the Future NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION National Ocean Service National Geodetic Survey Exploring the Relationship.
Justin R. Brown, NSF Postdoctoral Scholar Have you ever considered being a seismologist?
StarFire: A Global High Accuracy Differential GPS System Ron Hatch, Tenny Sharpe, Paul Galyean NavCom Technology Inc. Presented by Jose Romero-Mariona.
A quick GPS Primer (assumed knowledge on the course!) Observables Error sources Analysis approaches Ambiguities If only it were this easy…
HTDP: A tool to correct survey data for tectonic motion Chris Pearson, National Geodetic Survey Richard Snay, National Geodetic Survey Rob McCaffrey, Troy.
Positioning America for the Future NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION National Ocean Service National Geodetic Survey GPS Products & Services.
Ch – Forces Within Earth Essential Questions How are stress and strain defined as they apply to rocks? What are the three types of movement of faults?
Research Progress on Joint Inversion of Dynamic Geodetic and Geophysical Data School of Geodesy and Geomatics, Wuhan University Xu Caijun.
2002/05/07ACES Workshop Spatio-temporal slip distribution around the Japanese Islands deduced from Geodetic Data Takeshi Sagiya Geographical Survey Institute.
Geodetic and Geophysical Observatories and Global Change Monitoring.
Using Geodetic Rates in Seismic Hazard Mapping March 30, Geodetic and Geologic slip rate estimates for earthquake hazard assessment in Southern California.
Wells, Nevada Earthquake February 21, 2008 A 6.0 magnitude earthquake strikes the northeastern edge of the Basin and Range.
Chapter 2 GPS Crop Science 6 Fall 2004 October 22, 2004.
What do you observe in the pictures? What can you infer from the picture?
EARTH SCIENCE – Discuss earth science and its relation to the environment.
Standing Science Group on Geosciences ~72 members and participants 25 projects Place names Plate tectonics Chief Officer: Philip OBrien - Australia Deputy.
Reference Frames for GPS Applications and Research Steve Hilla National Geodetic Survey National Ocean Service, NOAA NOAA GNSS Workshop Boulder, Colorado.
Slide 1EGU 2005, Vienna, Austria, April 2005Tuesday, 26 April 2005 M. Troller (1), E. Brockmann (2), D. Ineichen (2), S. Lutz (1), A. Geiger (1),
Eric Buri Port Moresby Geophysical Observatory Geohazards Division Department of Mineral Policy & Geohazards Management.
Active and Neotectonic Structures 1) What's the difference? 2) Methods in active tectonics 3) Methods in neotectonics 4) Implications for structural geology.
New Satellite Capabilities and Existing Opportunities Bill Kuo 1 and Chris Velden 2 1 National Center for Atmospheric Research 2 University of Wisconsin.
Mr.Samniang Suttara B.Eng. (Civil), M.Eng. (Survey) Topcon Instruments (Thailand) Co.,Ltd. Tel Satellite Surveying.
Space Geodesy (1/3) Geodesy provides a foundation for all Earth observations Space geodesy is the use of precise measurements between space objects (e.g.,
Global Positioning System Presented by: Prateek Rastogi (05IT6013)
Geodetic Reference Frames In Presence of Crustal Deformations Martin Lidberg 1,2, Maaria Nordman 3, Jan M. Johansson 1,4, Glenn A Milne5, Hans-Georg Scherneck.
Water vapour estimates over Antarctica from 12 years of globally reprocessed GPS solutions Ian Thomas, Matt King, Peter Clarke Newcastle University, UK.
Global Navigation Satellite System Methodology for Groundwater Resource Assessment, Gateway Wellfield, Hermanus Andiswa Mlisa, Chris Hartnady and Sheila.
Slide 1Fig 2-2a, p.33. Slide 2 Fig 2-14, p.42 Slide 3Fig 2-7, p.36.
GLOBAL HAZARDS An introduction to hazards & disasters.
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