Humans – through decades of land-use change
and intensified water use and management –
have caused persistent modifications in the coupled water and energy cycles of land and atmosphere.
From 11 to 20 July, scientists from DETECT will present their research at the 28th International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG) General Assembly 2023 at the CityCube Berlin in Berlin, Germany.
This General Assembly is a special opportunity for participants from all around the world to come together and discuss the full range of geodetic and geophysical themes and further enhance the important interdisciplinary collaboration for a better understanding of how our Earth system works.
GNSS-IR is a method for estimating environmental parameters using data from geodetic-quality GNSS sites. 4 sessions (each 2hrs) that will be offered on consecutive days. Depending on your background/interests, you might only want to attend one of the sessions; it's entirely up to you.These zoom sessions will be supplemented by youtube videos.
Audience: Graduate students, and postdocs from the Earth Science, Geodesists, hydrologists, oceanographers, and cryosphere scientists, no restrictions
Deadline: Registration closes April 16th @ 11:59pm US Eastern