2006 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
His scientific interests lie mostly in Geodesy, Post-glacial rebound, Very-long-baseline interferometry, Geodetic datum and Seismology. The Geodesy study combines topics in areas such as Tectonics, Elevation, Gravity, Solid earth and Hydrology. His Post-glacial rebound research incorporates elements of Geophysics, Mantle, Crust, Deglaciation and Isostasy.
His research in Very-long-baseline interferometry intersects with topics in Gravitation, Troposphere and Interferometry. His study in Interferometry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Mesosphere, Path length, Atmospheric model, Kalman filter and Remote sensing. He interconnects Refraction and Depth sounding in the investigation of issues within Seismology.
His primary areas of study are Geodesy, Geodetic datum, Glacier, Climatology and Remote sensing. His work on Very-long-baseline interferometry as part of general Geodesy study is frequently connected to Baseline, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His Very-long-baseline interferometry research includes themes of Troposphere, Radiometer and Interferometry.
His Climatology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Hydrology, Sea level and Atmospheric pressure. His work deals with themes such as Atmosphere and Water vapor, which intersect with Remote sensing. In his study, Ice sheet is strongly linked to Geophysics, which falls under the umbrella field of Post-glacial rebound.
James L. Davis focuses on Geodesy, Climatology, Sea level, Geodetic datum and Journal club. His work carried out in the field of Geodesy brings together such families of science as Scale and Ice stream. His studies deal with areas such as Glacier, Hydrology and Atmospheric pressure as well as Climatology.
His studies in Sea level integrate themes in fields like Geodynamics, Isostasy, Geophysics and Earth crust. His research integrates issues of Three dimensional deformation and Post-glacial rebound, Isostatic depression in his study of Geodynamics. His Geodetic datum research includes elements of Deformation, Assisted GPS, Plate tectonics and Very-long-baseline interferometry.
James L. Davis mostly deals with Geodesy, Sea level, Geodetic datum, Geophysics and Climatology. His Geodesy study combines topics in areas such as Glacier ice accumulation, Glacier, Glacier mass balance, Accumulation zone and Mean flow. The concepts of his Sea level study are interwoven with issues in Acceleration, Gravitational field and Barometer.
His Geodetic datum study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Deformation, Plate tectonics and Very-long-baseline interferometry. He focuses mostly in the field of Geophysics, narrowing it down to topics relating to Isostasy and, in certain cases, Three dimensional deformation, Isostatic depression and Post-glacial rebound. His work in the fields of Climatology, such as Ocean current and Ocean dynamics, overlaps with other areas such as Non-equilibrium thermodynamics and Attraction.
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Electromagnetic determination of soil water content: Measurements in coaxial transmission lines
G. C. Topp;J. L. Davis;A. P. Annan.
Water Resources Research (1980)
Geodesy by radio interferometry: Effects of atmospheric modeling errors on estimates of baseline length
J.L Davis;T.A. Herring;I.I. Shapiro;A.E.E. Rogers.
Radio Science (1985)
Recent mass balance of polar ice sheets inferred from patterns of global sea-level change
Jerry X. Mitrovica;Mark E. Tamisiea;James L. Davis;Glenn A. Milne.
Space-Geodetic Constraints on Glacial Isostatic Adjustment in Fennoscandia
Glenn A. Milne;James L. Davis;Jerry X. Mitrovica;Hans-Georg Scherneck.
Geodesy by radio interferometry: The application of Kalman Filtering to the analysis of very long baseline interferometry data
Thomas A. Herring;James L. Davis;Irwin I. Shapiro.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1990)
Electromagnetic Determination of Soil Water Content Using TDR: I. Applications to Wetting Fronts and Steep Gradients1
G. C. Topp;J. L. Davis;A. P. Annan.
Soil Science Society of America Journal (1982)
Contemporary strain rates in the northern Basin and Range province from GPS data
R. A. Bennett;B. P. Wernicke;N. A. Niemi;A. M. Friedrich.
Geodesy by radio interferometry - Water vapor radiometry for estimation of the wet delay
Gunnar Elgered;J.L. Davis;T.A. Herring;I.I. Shapiro.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1991)
Measurement of the Solar Gravitational Deflection of Radio Waves using Geodetic Very-Long-Baseline Interferometry Data, 1979-1999
S. S. Shapiro;S. S. Shapiro;J. L. Davis;D. E. Lebach;J. S. Gregory.
Physical Review Letters (2004)
Impulse radar sounding in permafrost
A. P. Annan;J. L. Davis.
Radio Science (1976)
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