Günter Seeber


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Günter

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Seeber

Publications in SciGraph latest 50 shown

  • 2012-11 Volker Böder (1965–2012) in memoriam in JOURNAL OF GEODESY
  • 2011-04 Mutual validation of GNSS height measurements and high-precision geometric-astronomical leveling in GPS SOLUTIONS
  • 2008-06 Accuracy analysis of vertical deflection data observed with the Hannover Digital Zenith Camera System TZK2-D in JOURNAL OF GEODESY
  • 2007 High-Resolution Local Gravity Field Determination at the Sub-Millimeter Level using a Digital Zenith Camera System in DYNAMIC PLANET
  • 2005-08 World-wide synthetic tide parameters for gravity and vertical and horizontal displacements in JOURNAL OF GEODESY
  • 2001-03 ITRF coordinates and plate velocities from repeated GPS campaigns in Antarctica – an analysis based on different individual solutions in JOURNAL OF GEODESY
  • 1998 The Definition and Realization of the Reference System in the SIRGAS Project in ADVANCES IN POSITIONING AND REFERENCE FRAMES
  • 1998 Precise GPS Positioning Improvements by Reducing Antenna and Site Dependent Effects in ADVANCES IN POSITIONING AND REFERENCE FRAMES
  • 1998 The SCAR GPS Campaigns: Accurate Geodetic Reference in Antarctica in GEODESY ON THE MOVE
  • 1996 Developments in Real-Time Precise DGPS Applications: Concepts and Status in GPS TRENDS IN PRECISE TERRESTRIAL, AIRBORNE, AND SPACEBORNE APPLICATIONS
  • 1996 Precise DGPS Positioning in Marine and Airborne Applications in GPS TRENDS IN PRECISE TERRESTRIAL, AIRBORNE, AND SPACEBORNE APPLICATIONS
  • 1993 Use of GPS in the South of Brazil Under Severe Ionospheric Conditions in RECENT GEODETIC AND GRAVIMETRIC RESEARCH IN LATIN AMERICA
  • 1988 Developments for the operational use of gps in kinematic modes in GPS-TECHNIQUES APPLIED TO GEODESY AND SURVEYING
  • 1987 Precise Marine Positioning for Geodesy and Geophysics in PROCEEDINGS INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON MARINE POSITIONING
  • 1987 Precise GPS-Aided Marine Positioning Developments and Results in PROCEEDINGS INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON MARINE POSITIONING
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