Jürgen Kusche mainly focuses on Geodesy, Gravitational field, Satellite, Climatology and Global Positioning System. By researching both Geodesy and Amplitude, Jürgen Kusche produces research that crosses academic boundaries. His studies deal with areas such as Function, Regularization, Tikhonov regularization and Noise as well as Gravitational field.
His Satellite research integrates issues from Image resolution, Payload, Mode, European Combined Geodetic Network and Meteorology. His Climatology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Ice sheet, Glacier, Sea level, Water cycle and Altimeter. The various areas that Jürgen Kusche examines in his Global Positioning System study include Matrix, Linear system and Geophysics.
His main research concerns Geodesy, Gravitational field, Climatology, Remote sensing and Satellite. His studies in Geodesy integrate themes in fields like Inversion, European Combined Geodetic Network, Global Positioning System and Spherical harmonics. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Gravitational field, Range is strongly linked to Meteorology.
His Climatology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Structural basin, Drainage basin, Precipitation, Sea level and Water cycle. His study looks at the intersection of Sea level and topics like Ice sheet with Glacier. Satellite connects with themes related to Wavelet in his study.
Jürgen Kusche mainly investigates Geodesy, Global Positioning System, Satellite, Climatology and Remote sensing. His studies in Geodesy integrate themes in fields like Swarm behaviour, Surface, Gravitational field and Ionosphere. His research integrates issues of Geopotential, Empirical orthogonal functions and Satellite laser ranging in his study of Gravitational field.
His work carried out in the field of Satellite brings together such families of science as Radiation pressure and Scale. His Climatology research includes elements of Term, Sea level and Water cycle. His work on Altimeter and Synthetic aperture radar as part of general Remote sensing research is frequently linked to Benchmarking, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Geodesy, Global Positioning System, Climatology, Tide gauge and Satellite. His Geodesy research incorporates elements of Gravitational field and Noise. His Gravitational field study deals with Spherical harmonics intersecting with Orbit.
As a part of the same scientific study, Jürgen Kusche usually deals with the Global Positioning System, concentrating on Tectonics and frequently concerns with Volcano, Deformation and Nonlinear system. His Tide gauge research incorporates themes from Altimeter, Flood myth, Soil science and Sediment compaction. As part of one scientific family, Jürgen Kusche deals mainly with the area of Satellite, narrowing it down to issues related to the Radiation pressure, and often Orbit determination.
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Regularization of geopotential determination from satellite data by variance components
K.-R. Koch;J. Kusche.
Journal of Geodesy (2002)
Approximate decorrelation and non-isotropic smoothing of time-variable GRACE-type gravity field models
Journal of Geodesy (2007)
Decorrelated GRACE time-variable gravity solutions by GFZ, and their validation using a hydrological model
J. Kusche;R. Schmidt;S. Petrovic;R. Rietbroek.
Journal of Geodesy (2009)
Combined satellite gravity field model GOCO01S derived from GOCE and GRACE
Roland Pail;Helmut Goiginger;Wolf-Dieter Schuh;Eduard Höck.
Geophysical Research Letters (2010)
Global sea-level budget 1993 - present
Anny Cazenave;Benoit Meyssignac;Michael Ablain.
Earth System Science Data (2018)
The new combined satellite only model GOCO03s
Torsten Mayer-Gürr;Daniel Rieser;Eduard Hoeck;Jan Martin Brockmann.
International Symposium on Gravity, Geoid and Height Systems GGHS 2012 (2012)
EIGEN-GL05C - A new global combined high-resolution GRACE-based gravity field model of the GFZ-GRGS cooperation
Christoph Förste;Frank Flechtner;R. Schmidt;R. Stubenvoll.
General Assembly European Geosciences Union (Vienna, Austria 2008) (2008)
Surface mass redistribution inversion from global GPS deformation and Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) gravity data
J. Kusche;E. J. O. Schrama.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2005)
Regional gravity modeling in terms of spherical base functions
Michael Schmidt;Martin Fengler;Torsten Mayer-Gürr;Annette Eicker.
Journal of Geodesy (2006)
Hydrological Signals Observed by the GRACE Satellites
R. Schmidt;F. Flechtner;U. Meyer;K.-H. Neumayer.
Surveys in Geophysics (2008)
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