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Space Geodesy Research Past Topics

  • The 26th General Assembly of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG2015) (Jun.-Jul. 2015)
    • Real-time Earthquake Magnitude Estimation by the GEONET real-time analysis system: REGARD [Abstract (PDF)]
    • Abrupt changes in drift trend of the earth’s geocenter and rotational pole in 2012-2014 [Abstract (PDF)]
  • Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2015 (May 2015)
    • Real-time Earthquake Magnitude Estimation by the GEONET real-time processing system: REGARD [Abstract (PDF)]
    • Making of Japanese domestic gravity data which consistent to Japan gravity standardization net 2013 [Abstract (PDF)]
    • Gravity variations and vertical displacements over the Japanese islands [Abstract (PDF)]
    • Abrupt changes in drift trend of the earth’s geocenter and rotational pole in 2012-2014 [Abstract (PDF)]
  • American Geophysical Union fall meeting 2014 (AGU 2014) (Dec 2014)
    • Kinematic GPS analysis gives new insights on the origin of the very-long-period seismic signals at Miyake-jima volcano during the caldera formation [Abstract (PDF)][Poster (PDF)]
    • How GNSS Earth Observation Network System (GEONET) in Japan Contributes to Geohazards Mitigation [Abstract (PDF)]
  • International Symposium on Geodesy for Earthquake and Natural Hazards (GENAH 2014) (Jul 2014)
    • The Very-Long-Period Seismic Signals at Miyake-Jima Volcano during the Caldera Formation Revisited: Insights from GPS Observations [Abstract (PDF)]
    • Development and Reliability of Real-Time Fault Model Estimation Routines in the GEONET Real-Time Processing System [Abstract (PDF)]
  • Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2014 (Apr-May 2014)
    • Research on the characteristics of ionospheric disturbance around Japan by GPS-TEC for ionospheric correction to InSAR [Abstract (PDF)]
  • Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2013 (May 2013)
    • On ionospheric correction of ALOS/PALSAR interferograms using GEONET data (preliminary report) [Abstract (PDF)]
    • Evaluation of domestic VLBI observation using simulation
    • Diagnosis system of troposphere-induced positioning errors for GEONET [Abstract (PDF)]
  • Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2012 (May 2012)
    • Co-and post-seismic slips of the 2011 Tohoku-oki Earthquake sequence from EOF analysis of GPS kinematic time series [Abstract (PDF)]
    • Diagnosis of troposphere-induced positioning errors using high-resolution numerical weather model[Abstract (PDF)]
    • Development of the space-time information justification verification system of the GNSS satellite using VLBI correlation [Abstract (PDF)]
  • Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2011 (May 2011)
    • Numerical simulation of positioning errors using high-resolution numerical weather prediction model [Abstract (PDF)]
    • The development of space-time information certification system using VLBI correlation technique [Abstract (PDF)]
  • IAG Commission 1 Symposium 2010 Reference Frames for Applications in Geosciences (REFAG2010)(Oct 2010)
    • Effects of astronomic tides and ocean tidal loading on leveling over long distance: test study for Japan
    • Comparison of latest global and local gravimetric geoid models with GPS/leveling geoidal undulations over Japan
  • Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2010 (May 2010)
    • Apparent stability of GPS monumentations on the premise of GSI, Japan from vertical coordinate time series [Abstract (PDF)]
    • Evaluation of numerical simulation of positioning errors using numerical weather prediction models [Abstract (PDF)]
    • On vertical deformations and long-term changes of mean sea level from GPS/tidal record - Preliminary report [Abstract (PDF)]
  • The 8th International e-VLBI Workshop (Jun 2009)
    • Fundamental research about the space-time information certification using VLBI correlation technique [Poster (PDF)]
  • European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2009 (Apr 2009)
    • Impact of mapping functions and a priori hydrostatic delays on GPS-derived vertical coordinates and wet zenith delays over Japan [Poster (PDF)]


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