Felix W. Landerer mostly deals with Climatology, Spherical harmonics, Ice sheet, Climate change and Sea level. His work in the fields of La Niña overlaps with other areas such as Fell. The concepts of his Ice sheet study are interwoven with issues in Gravity, Sea level rise and Antarctic ice sheet.
His Climate change study incorporates themes from Water resources, Hydrology and Water cycle. Sea level is the subject of his research, which falls under Oceanography. His Altimeter research integrates issues from Glacier and Global warming.
Felix W. Landerer spends much of his time researching Climatology, Sea level, Oceanography, Geodesy and Gravity. As a part of the same scientific family, Felix W. Landerer mostly works in the field of Climatology, focusing on Sea level rise and, on occasion, Greenland ice sheet. The Sea level study combines topics in areas such as Glacier, Altimeter and Climate change.
In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Climate change, Ice sheet is strongly linked to Glacier mass balance. Many of his research projects under Oceanography are closely connected to Ocean bottom with Ocean bottom, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Post-glacial rebound and GNSS applications.
His main research concerns Sea level rise, Climatology, Greenland ice sheet, Geodesy and Interferometry. Oceanography covers Felix W. Landerer research in Sea level rise. When carried out as part of a general Oceanography research project, his work on Tide gauge is frequently linked to work in Data rescue, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
He has included themes like Glacier, Structural basin and Sea level in his Climatology study. Felix W. Landerer interconnects Gravity, Climate model, Atmospheric sciences and Satellite data in the investigation of issues within Greenland ice sheet. His research in Geodesy intersects with topics in Ice melt and Satellite gravimetry.
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Accuracy of scaled GRACE terrestrial water storage estimates
F. W. Landerer;S. C. Swenson.
Water Resources Research (2012)
Emerging trends in global freshwater availability.
M. Rodell;J. S. Famiglietti;J. S. Famiglietti;D. N. Wiese;J. T. Reager.
Improved methods for observing Earth's time variable mass distribution with GRACE using spherical cap mascons
Michael M. Watkins;David N. Wiese;Dah-Ning Yuan;Carmen Boening.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2015)
The 2011 La Niña: So strong, the oceans fell
Carmen Boening;Josh K. Willis;Felix W. Landerer;R. Steven Nerem.
Geophysical Research Letters (2012)
Quantifying and reducing leakage errors in the JPL RL05M GRACE mascon solution
David N. Wiese;Felix W. Landerer;Michael M. Watkins.
Water Resources Research (2016)
Contributions of GRACE to understanding climate change.
Byron D. Tapley;Michael M. Watkins;Frank Flechtner;Christoph Reigber.
Nature Climate Change (2019)
Global Evaluation of New GRACE Mascon Products for Hydrologic Applications
Bridget R. Scanlon;Zizhan Zhang;Himanshu Save;David N. Wiese.
Water Resources Research (2016)
Global sea-level budget 1993 - present
Anny Cazenave;Benoit Meyssignac;Michael Ablain.
Earth System Science Data (2018)
Return to rapid ice loss in Greenland and record loss in 2019 detected by the GRACE-FO satellites
Ingo Sasgen;Bert Wouters;Bert Wouters;Alex S. Gardner;Michalea D. King.
Nature Communications (2020)
Antarctic contribution to sea level rise observed by GRACE with improved GIA correction
Erik R. Ivins;Thomas S. James;Thomas S. James;John Wahr;Ernst J. O. Schrama.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2013)
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