IAG Workshop: Satellite Geodesy for Climate Studies

19-21 September 2017, Bonn, Germany.

The International Association of Geodesy (IAG) Workshop "Satellite Geodesy for Climate Studies" will be held on 19th-21st September at the Institute of Geodesy and Geoinformation (IGG) in Bonn, Germany.

The increasing space-gravimetric and -geodetic data record (GRACE, GNSS, radar altimetry, InSAR, VLBI, etc) offers new insights and improves our understanding on a variety of climate variables, including sea level (both steric and eustatic), water storage and ice volume. The workshop will address several topics about these datasets, their analysis and synthesis, as well as on climate variability and change, global and regional climate modelling and future missions. 

Our Principal Investigators Prof. Dr. Jürgen Kusche (Uni-Bonn) and Prof. Dr. Detlef Stammer (UHH) are among the scientific organizing committee.

Further information can be found here.