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Temporal variation of tidal parameters in superconducting gravimeter time-series
Pálinkáš, Vojtěch

Source: Geophysical Journal International : 205(1) ISSN: 0956-540X

Publication type: anotace
Extent17 stran

RIV: RIV/00025615:_____/16:#0002202; Autorů celkem: 4

Analysing independent 1-yr data sets of 10 European superconducting gravimeters (SG) reveals statistically significant temporal variations of M2 tidal parameters. Both common short-term (<2 yr) and long-term (>2 yr) features are identified in all SG time-series but one. The averaged variations of the amplitude factor are about 0.02%. The path of load vector variations equivalent to the temporal changes of tidal parameters suggests the presence of an 8.85 yr modulation (lunar perigee). Whatever the variations are caused by, they provide the upper accuracy limit for earth model validation and permit estimating the temporal stability of SG scale factors and assessing the quality of gravity time-series.
Keywords: tides ; time variable gravity

Citation: PÁLINKÁŠ, Vojtěch. Temporal variation of tidal parameters in superconducting gravimeter time-series. Geophysical Journal International [online]. Spojené království Velké Británie a Severního Irska: Oxford University Press, 2016, 205(1), 284-300 [cit. 2019-05-30]. DOI: 10.1093/gji/ggw017. ISSN 0956-540X. Dostupné z:
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