Plan for the Course "Geodetic Coordinate-systems and observation methods",

Satellitegeodesy, 2000.

Teachers: C.C.Tscherning (cct@gfy.ku.dk), K.Keller (krk@kms.dk).

Textbooks: Kaula: Theory of satellite geodesy, 1966.

Seeber: Satellite Geodesy, de Gruyter, 1993.

Notes on SAR, papers.

Note: Changes very probable !

Feb. 3: Introduction - basic geodetic concepts. Seeber 3.1

Satellite orbits: Keplerorbits. Kaula 1.0 - 3.2

Feb. 4: Exercise 1. (Computation of keplerelements)

Feb. 10: Pertubed keplermovement, resonnanse. Kaula 3.3, Se 3.2

Feb. 11: Exercise 2. (Theory + orbit computation)

Feb. 17: Time and coordinatesystems. Seeber 2.1, 2.2

Feb. 18: Exercise 3. Coordinat system transformations.

Feb. 24: Signal propagation, refraction. Seeber 2.3,

Feb. 25: Exercise 4. Refraction.

Mar. 2: Use of refraction for the determination of atmospheric parameters.

Orbit pertubations (sun, moon, drag, relativ.) Seeber 3.2.3

Mar. 3: Exercise 5. Computation of solarpressure, drag etc.

Mar. 9. Synthetic Aparture Radar. Notes.

Mar. 10. Exercise 6. INSAR - identification of usable satellites.

Mar. 16. Orbit determination, orbit representation. Seeber 3.3

Mar. 17: Exercise 7. Data collection with GPS

Mar. 23: Basic Statistical concepts. Least squares. Seeber 4.1

Mar. 24: Exercise 8: Examples on least-squares.



Mar. 30 : Observation methods. Geodetic satellittes. Seeber 4.2,3. 6.

Mar. 31: Exercise 9: Computation of dopplereffect.

Apr. 6: GPS. (KrK). Seeber 7.1, 7.2.

Apr. 7: Exercise 10: GPS point-determination, 1 obs.set.

Apr. 13: GPS. Data-processing. KrK. Seeber 7.3, 7.4

Apr. 14: Exercise 11: Point-determination from several obs. sets.

EASTER

Apr. 27: GPS. Differential and kinematic. KrK Seeber 11, noter.

Apr. 28: Exercise 12: Processering of data from Exercise 7.

May. 4: Radaraltimetry (Guest) Seeber 9.

May. 5: Exercise 13: getting alt. data, stacking, cross-over adjustment.

May. 11: Radaraltimetry, applications (tides, cirkulation, gravity,

bottom-topography) Artikler.

May. 12: Exercise 14: Computation of empircal covariances, gridding,

gravity anomaly determination.

May. 18: Gradiometry, SST. Seeber 10.





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