Atmospheric remote sensing using GNSS in the Australasian region: From temperate climates to the tropics

Rizos, C, Lim, S, Musa, T, Ses, S, Sharifuddin, A and Zhang, K 2009, 'Atmospheric remote sensing using GNSS in the Australasian region: From temperate climates to the tropics', in Harold Annegarn (ed.) Proceedings of the 2009 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, Cape Town, South Africa, 12-17 July 2009, pp. 326-329.


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Collection: Conference Papers

Title Atmospheric remote sensing using GNSS in the Australasian region: From temperate climates to the tropics
Author(s) Rizos, C
Lim, S
Musa, T
Ses, S
Sharifuddin, A
Zhang, K
Year 2009
Conference name IGARSS 2009
Conference location Cape Town, South Africa
Conference dates 12-17 July 2009
Proceedings title Proceedings of the 2009 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium
Editor(s) Harold Annegarn
Publisher IEEE
Place of publication United States
Start page 326
End page 329
Total pages 4
Abstract It is known that the zenith path delay (ZPD) is a valuable meteorological parameter. In this paper, ZPD values from Australian and Malaysian Global Positioning System (GPS) reference stations are derived and compared in order to show the climatic contrast between the two regions. Based on the analysis of the two data sets, a higher and shorterterm variability of the estimated ZPD is observed in Malaysia. The quality of the estimated ZPD is examined by benchmarking against International GNSS Service (IGS) troposphere products. The differences range from 4-12mm RMS.
Subjects Geodesy
Keyword(s) GPS
ZPD
IGS
troposphere
meteorology
DOI - identifier 10.1109/IGARSS.2009.5418076
Copyright notice © 2009 IEEE
ISBN 9781424433957
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