Bibliografie VÚGTK
Advanced Global Navigation Satellite Systems Tropospheric Products for Monitoring Severe Weather Events and Climate
Douša, Jan.



Typ publikace: ostatní výsledky

Anotace:
This book presents the state of the art of atmospheric remote sensing using GNSS signal delays in Europe, conducted within COST Action ES1206 ‘Advanced Global Navigation Satellite Systems Tropospheric Products for Monitoring Severe Weather Events and Climate’ (GNSS4SWEC, 2013–2017). It is well-suited for graduate students in the fields of geodesy and meteorology but also for a broader audience concerned with environmental remote sensing. The Action was initially suggested in mid-2011 during informal discussions at the third International Colloquium on Scientific and Fundamental Aspects of the Galileo Program, Copenhagen, and formally began at the kick-off meeting in Brussels, May 2013. As stated in the GNSS4SWEC Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), the main objective of the Action is to ‘enhance existing and develop new, ground-based multi-Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) tropospheric products, assess their usefulness in severe weather forecasting and climate monitoring, and improve GNSS accuracy through enhanced atmospheric modelling’. A previous COST Action (716) established and to some degree matured GNSS meteorology in Western Europe, but its establishment across the whole of Europe was only achieved by GNSS4SWEC. Over 160 participants from 32 COST countries, 1 near-neighbour country and 4 international partner countries contributed to the work of the three Action working groups. GNSS4SWEC helped introduce GNSS meteorology to 11 European countries and in the establishment of 7 new GNSS Analysis Centres in previously data sparse regions, e.g. south-east Europe and the Baltic region. Production and exploitation of next-generation GNSS tropospheric products with high spatio-temporal resolution for use in operational numerical weather prediction (e.g. within E-GVAP) are a major step forward (Chap. 3). The GNSS potential in nowcasting severe weather has been demonstrated using case studies, and its implementation in pre-operational tools is evolving at European National Meteorological Services (Chap. 4). The new field of GNSS climatology was established as a result of GNSS4SWEC (Chap. 5). Chapters 6 and 7 present the national status reports and the outcomes of COST-funded short-term scientific missions (STSMs).

Záznam se nachází v těchto sbírkách:
Výsledky VÚGTK > Podle útvarů / oddělení > 24: Geodézie a geodynamika
Výsledky VÚGTK > Vědečtí pracovníci VÚGTK > Ing. Jan Douša, Ph.D.
Dokumentační centrum VÚGTK > Články VÚGTK
Výsledky VÚGTK > Výsledky RIV

 Záznam vytvořen 2020-07-20, poslední editace 2020-07-20



Hodnotit tento dokument:

Rate this document:
1
2
3
 
(Ještě nerecenzováno)