This special issue invites submissions that show recent gravity data processing and geoid modeling works in the Asia Pacific region. In particular, we welcome papers presented in the first Asia Pacific geoid workshop (http://space.cv.nctu.edu.tw/The-First-Asia-Pacific-geoid-workshop-4e).
This special issue welcomes papers that (1) show numerical methods for geoid modeling and the societal impact of a high-quality geoid model, (2) use latest global gravity models as reference fields in the remove-compute-restore procedure, (3) model the terrain effects on geoid, (4) use transnational gravity data for geoidal modeling and accuracy improvement, (5) report results of regional airborne and shipborne gravity surveys, (6) show the benefit of high-resolution, high-accuracy altimeter-derived gravity to geoid modeling, (7) use GNSS, deflection and leveling data to assess geoidal accuracy, and (8) reports potential use of new gravity data for geophysical studies, particularly in plate tectonics, volcanism, and seismology.
Department of Civil Engineering, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
School of Geodesy and Geomatics, Wuhan University, China
National Geodetic Survey, NOAA, USA
Ami Hassan bin Md Din
Department of Geoinformation, Faculty of Built Environment and Surveying, University of Technology, Malaysia
Manuscript submission deadline: March 31, 2021
Revision in final form: August 31, 2021
Submit to the TAO office: December, 2021
Tentative publication: February, 2022
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Please select the title of “Gravity and geoid in the Asia Pacific” in the Section/Category of Special Issue.
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