2020 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
2011 - Member of the National Academy of Sciences
2008 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
1997 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
David T. Sandwell spends much of his time researching Geodesy, Seismology, Interferometric synthetic aperture radar, Altimeter and Lithosphere. David T. Sandwell conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Geodesy and Vertical deflection through his works. His work on Subduction, Tectonics and Lineation is typically connected to Trench as part of general Seismology study, connecting several disciplines of science.
His Altimeter research focuses on Bathymetry and how it relates to Depth sounding. His research integrates issues of Abyssal hill and Meteorology in his study of Lithosphere. His studies deal with areas such as Ridge and Geophysics as well as Gravity anomaly.
His primary scientific interests are in Geodesy, Seismology, Altimeter, Interferometric synthetic aperture radar and Bathymetry. His Geodesy research incorporates elements of Gravity, Gravity anomaly, Geoid, Seafloor spreading and Remote sensing. His Altimeter research includes themes of Oceanic basin, Satellite and Seamount.
His Interferometric synthetic aperture radar study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Earthquake rupture, Deformation and Subsidence. His research in Bathymetric chart and General Bathymetric Chart of the Oceans are components of Bathymetry. He works mostly in the field of Lithosphere, limiting it down to topics relating to Geophysics and, in certain cases, Plate tectonics.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Geodesy, Seismology, Geodetic datum, Interferometric synthetic aperture radar and Bathymetry. His Geodesy research focuses on Altimeter in particular. David T. Sandwell combines subjects such as Ocean surface topography and Geoid with his study of Altimeter.
His work on San andreas fault, Tectonics and Seismic moment as part of general Seismology research is frequently linked to Pacific basin, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. David T. Sandwell has researched Interferometric synthetic aperture radar in several fields, including Series and Basin and range topography. His study on Bathymetry also encompasses disciplines like
His primary areas of study are Geodesy, Seismology, Interferometric synthetic aperture radar, Surface and Geodetic datum. David T. Sandwell works on Geodesy which deals in particular with Altimeter. His study in Altimeter is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Arc, Waves and shallow water, Bathymetry and Digital elevation model.
His Seismology study incorporates themes from Vector field and Deformation. His Geodetic datum research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Navigational instrument and Spatial reference system. His Remote sensing research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Resampling and Gravity anomaly.
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Global Sea Floor Topography from Satellite Altimetry and Ship Depth Soundings
Walter H. F. Smith;David T. Sandwell;David T. Sandwell.
Marine gravity anomaly from Geosat and ERS 1 satellite altimetry
David T. Sandwell;Walter H. F. Smith.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1997)
Global Bathymetry and Elevation Data at 30 Arc Seconds Resolution: SRTM30_PLUS
J. J. Becker;D. T. Sandwell;W. H. F. Smith;J. Braud.
Marine Geodesy (2009)
New global marine gravity model from CryoSat-2 and Jason-1 reveals buried tectonic structure
David T. Sandwell;R. Dietmar Müller;Walter H. F. Smith;Emmanuel Garcia.
Global marine gravity from retracked Geosat and ERS‐1 altimetry: Ridge segmentation versus spreading rate
David T. Sandwell;Walter H. F. Smith.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2009)
BIHARMONIC SPLINE INTERPOLATION OF GEOS-3 AND SEASAT ALTIMETER DATA
David T. Sandwell.
Geophysical Research Letters (1987)
Bathymetric prediction from dense satellite altimetry and sparse shipboard bathymetry
Walter H. F. Smith;David T. Sandwell.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1994)
Three-dimensional deformation caused by the Bam, Iran, earthquake and the origin of shallow slip deficit
Yuri Fialko;David Sandwell;Mark Simons;Paul Rosen.
Evolution of the eastern Indian Ocean since the Late Cretaceous: Constraints from Geosat altimetry
Jean-Yves Royer;David T. Sandwell.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1989)
Toward 1-mGal accuracy in global marine gravity from CryoSat-2, Envisat, and Jason-1
David Sandwell;Emmanuel Garcia;Khalid Soofi;Paul Wessel.
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