2020 - Member of the National Academy of Sciences
2011 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
Kristine M. Larson mainly focuses on Global Positioning System, Geodesy, Seismology, Multipath propagation and Remote sensing. Her Global Positioning System research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Geodetic datum, Climatology and Groenlandia. Her Geodetic datum research incorporates elements of Geodynamics and Very-long-baseline interferometry.
Her research in Geodesy intersects with topics in Eurasian Plate, Ground track, Plate tectonics and Deformation. The various areas that Kristine M. Larson examines in her Multipath propagation study include GPS signals, Assisted GPS and Water content. Kristine M. Larson has researched Assisted GPS in several fields, including Snow, Winter storm and Flood myth.
Kristine M. Larson spends much of her time researching Global Positioning System, Remote sensing, Geodesy, Seismology and Geodetic datum. Her study in Global Positioning System is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Snow, Meteorology, Multipath propagation and Water content. Her research integrates issues of GPS signals, Assisted GPS and GNSS applications in her study of Remote sensing.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Eurasian Plate, Plate tectonics and Deformation in addition to Geodesy. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Tide gauge and Sea level. Her study in the field of Episodic tremor and slip is also linked to topics like Trench.
Kristine M. Larson mainly focuses on Remote sensing, Global Positioning System, GNSS applications, Reflectometry and GPS signals. Her work deals with themes such as Geodetic datum, Snow, Meteorology, Signal and Assisted GPS, which intersect with Remote sensing. Her Snow research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Sea ice and Ice sheet.
Her work carried out in the field of Global Positioning System brings together such families of science as Volcano, Cryosphere, Geodesy and Water content. Her Geodesy research focuses on Altimeter in particular. Her GNSS applications study incorporates themes from Seismology, Sea level, Volcanic ash and Volcanology.
Her primary areas of study are Global Positioning System, Remote sensing, Reflectometry, GNSS applications and Water content. Particularly relevant to GPS signals is her body of work in Global Positioning System. Her Remote sensing course of study focuses on Geodetic datum and Tide gauge and Sea level.
Her GNSS applications study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Altimeter and Geodesy. Many of her research projects under Geodesy are closely connected to Bistatic radar with Bistatic radar, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. Kristine M. Larson combines subjects such as Algorithm, Instrumentation and Assisted GPS with her study of Water content.
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Present-Day Crustal Deformation in China Constrained by Global Positioning System Measurements
Qi Wang;Pei-Zhen Zhang;Jeffrey T. Freymueller;Roger Bilham.
Surface melt-induced acceleration of Greenland ice-sheet flow
H. Jay Zwally;Waleed Abdalati;Tom Herring;Kristine Larson.
GPS measurements of present-day convergence across the Nepal Himalaya
Roger Bilham;Kristine Larson;Jeffrey Freymueller.
Kinematics of the India-Eurasia collision zone from GPS measurements
Kristine M. Larson;Roland Bürgmann;Roger Bilham;Jeffrey T. Freymueller.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1999)
Crustal displacements due to continental water loading
T. van Dam;J. Wahr;P. C. D. Milly;P. C. D. Milly;A. B. Shmakin.
Geophysical Research Letters (2001)
Use of GPS receivers as a soil moisture network for water cycle studies
Kristine M. Larson;Eric E. Small;Ethan D. Gutmann;Andria L. Bilich.
Geophysical Research Letters (2008)
Global Plate Velocities from the Global Positioning System
Kristine M. Larson;Jeffrey T. Freymueller;Steven Philipsen.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1997)
Using 1-Hz GPS data to measure deformations caused by the denali fault earthquake
Kristine M. Larson;Kristine M. Larson;Kristine M. Larson;Paul Bodin;Paul Bodin;Paul Bodin;Joan Gomberg;Joan Gomberg;Joan Gomberg.
Space geodetic measurement of crustal deformation in central and southern California, 1984–1992
Kurt L. Feigl;Duncan C. Agnew;Yehuda Bock;Danan Dong.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1993)
State of the Art in Large‐Scale Soil Moisture Monitoring
Tyson E. Ochsner;Michael Harold Cosh;Richard H. Cuenca;Wouter Dorigo.
Soil Science Society of America Journal (2013)
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