Tuesday, September 24, 2013 - 3:10pm - 4:00pm
C.K. Shum (The Ohio State University)
The complicated dynamic processes of the Earth system manifest
themselves in the form of mass transports, for example resulting from
interactions and feedbacks between the solid Earth and its fluid
layers, including ocean, atmosphere, cryosphere and hydrosphere. These
mass transport signals, covering a wide range of temporal and spatial
signals and could originate from natural and anthropogenic climate
change processes are observable via contemporary space geodetic
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