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Atmospheric Structure and Dynamics Publications

Selected List of publications:
  • Davis, J.L., T.A. Herring, I.I. Shapiro, A.E.E. Rogers, and G. Elgered, Geodesy by radio interferometry: Effects of atmospheric errors on estimates of baseline length, Radio Science, 20, 1593-1607, 1985.
  • Herring, T.A., J.L. Davis, and I.I. Shapiro, Geodesy by radio interferometry: The application of Kalman filtering to the analysis of very long baseline interferometry data, J. Geophys. Res., 95, 12,561-12,581, 1990.
  • Davis, J.L., T.A. Herring, and I.I. Shapiro, Effects of atmospheric modeling errors on determinations of baseline vectors from very long baseline interferometry, J. Geophys. Res., 96, 643-650, 1991.
  • Elgered, G., J.L. Davis, T.A. Herring, and I.I. Shapiro, Geodesy by radio interferometry: Water-vapor radiometry for estimation of the wet delay, J. Geophys. Res. , 96, 6541-6555, 1991.
  • Davis, J.L., The effect of turbulence on atmospheric gradient parameters determined from ground-based radiometric and space geodetic measurements, Geophys. Res. Lett. , 19, 2183-2186, 1992.
  • Davis, J.L., G. Elgered, A.E. Niell, C.E. Kuehn, Ground-based measurements of gradients in the ``wet'' radio refractivity of air, Radio Science, 28, 1003-1018, 1993.
  • Elgered, G., J.M. Johansson, B.O. Ronnang, and J.L. Davis, Measuring regional atmospheric water vapor using GPS, Geophys. Res. Lett., 24, 2663-2666, 1997.
  • Elosegui, P., A. Rius, J.L. Davis, G. Ruffini, S.J. Keihm, B. Burki, and L.P. Kruse, An experiment for estimation of the spatial and temporal variations of water vapor using GPS data, Phys. Chem. Earth, 23, 125-130, 1998.
  • Davis, J.L., and G. Elgered, The spatio-temporal structure of GPS water-vapor determinations, Phys. Chem. Earth, 23, 91-96, 1998.
  • Elosegui, P., J.L. Davis, L.P. Gradinarsky, G. Elgered, J.M. Johansson, D.A. Tamoush, and A. Rius, Sensing atmospheric structure using small-scale geodetic networks, Geophys. Res. Lett. , 26, 2445-2448, 1999.
  • Flores, A., L.P. Gradinarksy, P. Elosegui, G. Ruffini, G. Elgered, J.L. Davis, A. Rius, Sensing atmospheric structure: Tropospheric tomographic results of the small-scale GPS campaign at Onsala Space Observatory, Earth, Planets, Space, 52, 941-945, 2000.
  • Cucurull, L., B. Navascues, G. Ruffini, P. Elosegui, A. Rius, J. Vila, The use of GPS to validate NWP systems: The HIRLAM model, J. Atmos. Oceanic Tech., 17(6), 773-787, 2000.
  • Davis, J.L., Atmospheric water-vapor signals in GPS data: Synergies, correlations, signals, and errors, Phys. Chem. Earth, 26, 513-522, 2001.
  • Elosegui, P. and J.L. Davis, Sensing atmospheric structure: GPS water-vapor tomography to improve severe weather forecasts, Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory IR&D Project Report, 2001.
  • Davis, J.L. and P. Elosegui, A new method for measuring turbulence in a local airspace using a ground-based Global Positioning System receiver, Space Geodesy Group Internal Report, Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, August 2001.
  • Elosegui, P. and J.L. Davis, Feasibility of directly measuring single line-of-sight GPS signal delays, Internal Report, Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, January 2003.
  • Elosegui, P. and J.L. Davis, Accuracy assessment of GPS slant-path determinations, "GPS Meteorology: Ground-Based and Space-Borne Applications" Workshop, Tsukuba, January 14-17, 2003.
  • Kleijer, F., P. Elosegui, and J.L. Davis, Characterizing atmospheric turbulence with GPS, presented at the 16th Symposium on Boundary Layers and Turbulence of the American Meteorological Society, 13-19 August, Portland, Maine, 2004.
  • Kleijer, F., P. Elosegui, J.L. Davis, Characterizing atmospheric turbulence with GPS, extended abstract of presentation at the 16th Symposium on Boundary Layers and Turbulence, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (BAMS), September 2004, 1261-1262.
For further information contact:

Dr. Pedro Elosegui
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