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  1. The scalar anomaly field determined from available Ørsted data is compared with the upward continued scalar anomaly field derived from Magsat data. Two techniques were used to remove the core field from the Ør...

    Authors: D. J. Ivers, R. J. Stening, J. Turner and D. E. Winch

    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 52:BF03352354

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  2. On this occasion the selection of the IGRF for 2000 was left to a small Task Force. Before it was accepted by the Task Force as IGRF 2000, the final candidate model (a truncated version of Ørsted(10c/99)) was ...

    Authors: F. J. Lowes, T. Bondar, V. P. Golovkov, B. Langlais, S. Macmillan and M. Mandea

    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 52:BF03352350

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  3. The IGRF 2000 has been estimated from magnetic measurements taken by the Ørsted sattelite in summer 1999. For this purpose, three models have been derived: The first two models were estimated using a few geoma...

    Authors: Nils Olsen, Terence J. Sabaka and Lars Tøffner-Clausen

    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 52:BF03352349

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  4. At its meeting in July 1999, the IAGA Working Group for Analysis of the Global and Regional Geomagnetic Field and Secular Variation (WG V-8) felt unable to decide on a main-field model to use for IGRF 2000. It...

    Authors: F. J. Lowes

    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 52:BF03352348

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  5. A new generation of the IZMST series (STM—space-time models based on data from observatories, POGS and Ørsted) was developed as a model of the main geomagnetic field from 1980.0 up to 2000.0. A set of the natu...

    Authors: V. P. Golovkov, T. N. Bondar and I. A. Burdelnaya

    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 52:BF03352343

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  6. GPS observables taken from light-weight GPS buoys more than 80 km from the GPS reference stations have been analysed using different noise models in the parameter estimation process. The time series solution o...

    Authors: Estel Cardellach, Dirk Behrend, Giulio Ruffini and Antonio Rius

    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 52:BF03352340

    Content type: Letter

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  7. The applicability of a new inversion method to the Japanese Islands is examined. This method can compute a self-equilibrating stress increment from a strain increment, and the validity of the method is verifie...

    Authors: Muneo Hori, Toshio Kameda and Teruyuki Kato

    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 52:BF03352338

    Content type: Letter

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  8. We developed a new technology for global detection of ionospheric disturbances, on the basis of phase measurements of the total electron content (TEC) along the line-of-sight (LOS) between the receiver on the ...

    Authors: Edward L. Afraimovich, Eugene A. Kosogorov and Ludmila A. Leonovich

    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 52:BF03352334

    Content type: Letter

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  9. Mt. Iwate (2,038 m) is an active volcano located in northeastern Japan. Unrest of the volcano started in September, 1995 with intermediate-depth tremors. The shallow seismicity gradually became active in Febru...

    Authors: Satoshi Miura, Sadato Ueki, Toshiya Sato, Kenji Tachibana and Hiroyuki Hamaguchi

    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 52:BF03352321

    Content type: Letter

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  10. This paper deals with the optimal design of GPS geodynamic geodetic networks. A simple strike-slip fault-model is used to investigate the design of networks and to decide where to place geodetic stations in or...

    Authors: M. D. Gerasimenko, N. V. Shestakov and Teruyuki Kato

    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 52:BF03352317

    Content type: Letter

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  11. Although the Kozu Island Volcano, one of the Izu Islands Volcanoes in the south part Central Japan, is an active volcano, there is no record of the eruption for about 1100 years since the last eruption in 833 ...

    Authors: Fumiaki Kimata, Shin-ichi Kariya, Masayuki Fujita, Kunio Matsumoto, Takao Tabei, Jiro Segawa and Akiko Yamada

    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 52:BF03352315

    Content type: Letter

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  12. Global Positioning System (GPS) measurements were made to estimate the crustal deformation strain rate for the Deccan trap region, western India. Estimated horizontal velocity vectors in ITRF96 are in the rang...

    Authors: C. D. Reddy, Gamal El-Fiky, Teruyuki Kato, Seiichi Shimada and K. Vijay Kumar

    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 52:BF03352313

    Content type: Letter

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  13. Tropospheric tomography using data from local networks of Global Positioning System (GPS) receivers is producing encouraging spatio-temporal representations of the wet refractivity field. In this work we prese...

    Authors: A. Flores, L. P. Gradinarsky, P. Elósegui, G. Elgered, J. L. Davis and A. Rius

    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 52:BF03352309

    Content type: Letter

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  14. Three-dimensional distributions of water vapor in a mesoscale precipitation system, which developed on 7 July 1996 in the Baiu front, were estimated directly from the GPS data of ‘GPS Earth Observation Network...

    Authors: Hiromu Seko, Seiichi Shimada, Hajime Nakamura and Teruyuki Kato

    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 52:BF03352307

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  15. We report the delineation of the onset of the Asian Monsoon based on GPS sensing of water vapor in Thailand. We conducted GPS observations at five sites in Thailand since March 1998 under the hydrological proj...

    Authors: Hiroshi Takiguchi, Teruyuki Kato, Hiromichi Kobayashi and Toshiyuki Nakaegawa

    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 52:BF03352305

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  16. Real-time national Global Positioning System (GPS) networks are being established in a number of countries for atmospheric sensing. UCAR, in collaboration with participating universities, is developing one of ...

    Authors: Randolph H. Ware, David W. Fulker, Seth A. Stein, David N. Anderson, Susan K. Avery, Richard D. Clark, Kelvin K. Droegemeier, Joachim P. Kuettner, J. Minster and Soroosh Sorooshian

    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 52:BF03352303

    Content type: Letter

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    The Correction to this article has been published in Earth, Planets and Space 2019 71:46

  17. We present results of combining occultation refractivity profiles from GPS/MET with ECMWF global analyses in a 1DVar framework in order to separate the wet and dry contributions to refractivity and assess thei...

    Authors: E. Robert Kursinski, Sean B. Healy and Larry J. Romans

    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 52:BF03352301

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  18. Based on orbital calculations of Keplerian planetesimals incident on a planet with various initial orbital elements, we develop a numerical model which describes the accretional and dynamical evolution of plan...

    Authors: Ryuji Morishima and Sei-ichiro Watanabe

    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 53:BF03352378

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  19. The Global Positioning System/Meteorology (GPS/MET) mission has been the first experiment to use a low Earth orbiting (LEO) satellite (the MicroLab-1) to receive multi-channel Global Positioning System (GPS) c...

    Authors: L. -C. Tsai, W. H. Tsai, W. S. Schreiner, F. T. Berkey and J. Y. Liu

    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 53:BF03352376

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  20. The processes of acquisition of viscous remanence and its decay in zero magnetic field are studied for three sets of palaeosol and loess samples. A linear behaviour of VRM vs. log t minus is obtained for 10–104 m...

    Authors: Diana Jordanova, Gergana Yancheva and Valentin Gigov

    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 53:BF03352374

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  21. The unique network of geomagnetic observatories along 145°E geomagnetic longitude extending from the magnetic equator to the north pole has enabled to study the latitudinal profiles of Storm Sudden Commencemen...

    Authors: R. G. Rastogi, B. M. Pathan, D. R. K. Rao, T. S. Sastry and J. H. Sastri

    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 53:BF03352369

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  22. In order to reconsider the mechanism of the self-reversal of TRM (SRTRM) of hemoilmenite in dacite pumice, magnetic properties of newly collected Haruna dacite pumice near the historical sampling site (more th...

    Authors: Mituko Ozima and Minoru Funaki

    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 53:BF03352368

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  23. In 1992, acomprehensive three-component ocean bottom seismic survey was performed in the central and northern area of the Vøring Basin, offshore mid-Norway, NE Atlantic. An important part of the data acquisiti...

    Authors: Eivind Berg, Lasse Amundsen, Andrew Morton, Rolf Mjelde, Hideki Shimamura, Hajime Shiobara, Toshihiko Kanazawa, Shuichi Kodaira and Jan Petter Fjellanger

    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 53:BF03352365

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  24. A spatial-temporal model of the daily mean values of the geomagnetic total force field was constructed for Japan for the time interval from 1997 to 1999. The daily mean data of six geomagnetic observatories an...

    Authors: Satoshi Fujiwara, Teruaki Nishiki, Hiroki Shirai, Hideo Hamazaki and Vadim P. Golovkov

    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 53:BF03352364

    Content type: Letter

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  25. We estimated the seismic moment tensor for the initial phase of explosion earthquakes associated with Vulcanian explosions at the andesitic volcano Sakurajima. We applied a waveform inversion method to 24 even...

    Authors: Takeshi Tameguri, Masato Iguchi and Kazuhiro Ishihara

    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 53:BF03352363

    Content type: Letter

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  26. We report on our observation of pulse-like electromagnetic signals in the frequency range 1∼10 kHz that we associate with earthquakes. The severest difficulty in separating earthquake-associated VLF signals fr...

    Authors: Toshi Asada, Hisatoshi Baba, Mamoru Kawazoe and Masahisa Sugiura

    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 53:BF03352362

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  27. Zircon fission-track (F.T.) ages and paleomagnetic directions were measured on the Neogene series of the Oki-Dogo Island. The results of F.T. dating on the the Tokibariyama Formation show ages of 23.7 ± 1.3 an...

    Authors: Takeshi Kojima, Makoto Okada, Hiroto Ohira, Katsuyasu Tokieda, Hiroaki Komuro and Kazuo Amano

    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 53:BF03352361

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  28. Phase maps for GSI/GEONET (Geographical Survey Institute/GPS Earth Observation NETwork) monuments and antennas obtained in Hatanaka et al. (2001) are evaluated by applying them to the analysis of GEONET. We used ...

    Authors: Yuki Hatanaka, Masanori Sawada, Akiko Horita, Masaaki Kusaka, James M. Johnson and Christian Rocken

    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 53:BF03352359

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  29. Severe, 10-cm level, elevation angle cutoff dependence of the height solution is detected in the analysis of sample baselines from GSI/GEONET (Geographical Survey Institute/GPS Earth Observation NETwork). It i...

    Authors: Yuki Hatanaka, Masanori Sawada, Akiko Horita and Masaaki Kusaka

    Citation: Earth, Planets and Space 2014 53:BF03352358

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