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GNSS Applications in Geosciences

  1. Sea ice, a significant component in polar regions, plays a crucial role in climate change through its varying conditions. In Global Navigation Satellite System-Reflectometry (GNSS-R) studies, the observed surf...

    Authors: Yunjian Xie and Qingyun Yan
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2024 5:17
  2. As global temperature rises, the frequency of extreme climate events, e.g., severe droughts and floods, has increased significantly and caused severe damage over the past years. To this regard, precipitation e...

    Authors: Hai Zhu, Kejie Chen, Haishan Chai, Yuanbin Ye and Wenjian Liu
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2024 5:1
  3. The Real-Time Kinematic (RTK) positioning method of the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) has been widely used for landslide monitoring. The stability of its reference station is crucial to obtain accu...

    Authors: Duo Wang, Guanwen Huang, Yuan Du, Qin Zhang, Zhengwei Bai and Jing Tian
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2023 4:29
  4. Ice, snow, and liquid water on the surface of the Earth exert downward force onto the solid earth and deform the lithosphere typically in seasonal timescale. Space techniques, such as Global Navigation Satelli...

    Authors: Kosuke Heki and Shuanggen Jin
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2023 4:24
  5. Knowledge of the spatial distribution of interseismic deformations is essential to better understand earthquake cycles. The existing methods for improving the reliability of the obtained deformations often rel...

    Authors: Hongzhi Liu, Lei Xie, Guoqiang Zhao, Eslam Ali and Wenbin Xu
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2023 4:14