Training material

Education and Outreach about GPS

Author: 
Kristine M. Larson, Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences University of Colorado
Publication date: 
July, 2013

The water cycle data products

Author: 
Kristine M. Larson, Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences University of Colorado

"The 2013 EarthScope National Meeting was held in Raleigh, North Carolina at the Raleigh Convention Center. The goal of this meeting was to celebrate EarthScope's successes, share new and exciting EarthScope Science, discuss EarthScope's forward trajectory, and start planning for the Next Big Thing. On Monday May 13th, Kristine Larson gave a talk titled "Using the EarthScope Plate Boundary Observatory to Study the Earth's Water Cycle."

In her talk we can find an explanation of her water cycle products (with some volcano issues and outreach at the end):

Publication date: 
July, 2013

Using the EarthScope Plate Boundary Observatory to Study the Earth's Water Cycle

Author: 
Kristine M. Larson, Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences University of Colorado

 

Using the EarthScope Plate Boundary Observatory to Study the Earth's Water Cycle

  • What is Geodesy?
  • What is EarthScope?
  • How Does GPS Work?
  • GPS & Water Cycle Studies
  • PBO H2O
    • Snow
    • Vegetation
    • Soil Moisture
  • Conclusions & Future Work

 

Water Cycle Studies Using GPS Ground Networks

Publication date: 
April, 2013

Satellite Positioning LECTURES

Author: 
Dr. Jan Johansson, CHALMERS University

LECTURE 1
Aim: To introduce the principles of the operation of GNSS and its limitations and applications. We include information about all currently known GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite Systems):
– Global Positioning System (GPS)
– GLObal NAvigation Satellite System (GLONASS)
– GNSS under development (e.g. GALILEO, BeiDou, etc.)

Generic topics include millimeter accuracy positioning and kinematic GNSS, Atmospheric monitoring, GNSS Reflectometry.

Publication date: 
January, 2013

Seminar: Where are you?

Author: 
Prof. Thomas A Herring, MIT

The use of Global Positioning System (GPS) in a wide variety of ap

Publication date: 
September, 2009

Modern Navigation

Author: 
Thomas Herring, MIT

This course

Publication date: 
September, 2011

Principles of the Global Positioning System

Author: 
Thomas Herring, MIT

The aim of this course is to introduce the principles of the Global Positioning System and to demonstrate its application to various aspects of Earth Sciences. The specific content of the course depends each year on the interests of the students in the class. In some cases, the class interests are towards the geophysical applications of GPS and we concentrate on high precision (millimeter-level) positioning on regional and global scales.

Publication date: 
September, 2011

GPS and GNSS for Geospatial Professionals

Author: 
Jan Van Sickle, Penn State Univ.

GEOG 862 is an elective course for

Publication date: 
July, 2011
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