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Dr. Georgios Vergos (Greece)

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Publications

 
Date Publication
22.08.2011 Article: Ascending and Descending Passes for the Determination of the Altimeter Bias of Jason Satellites using the Gavdos facility
Mertikas SP, Daskalakis A, Tziavos IN, Vergos GS, Frantzis X, Tripolitsiotis A, Partsinevelos P, Andrikopoulos D, Zervakis V
Marine Geodesy, 34(S3-S4), 261-276
DOI: 10.1080/01490419.2011.584837
2011 Conference Proceedings: Investigation of topographic reductions for marine geoid determination in the presence of an ultra-high resolution reference geopotential model
Tocho C, Vergos GS, Sideris MG
ISBN: 978-3-642-20337-4
GS Vergos' Publications
2011 Article: The recent gravity-field dedicated satellite missions and applications to geosciences
G. Vergos
CHOROgrafies, 2(1), 1-11
2011 Conference Proceedings: Adjustment of collocated GPS, geoid and orthometric height observations in Greece. Geoid or orthometric height improvement?
Tziavos IN, Vergos GS, Grigoriadis VN, Andritsanos VD
ISBN: 978-3-642-20337-4
GS Vergos' Publications
2011 Conference Proceedings: On the determination of sea level changes by combining altimetric, tide gauge, satellite gravity and atmospheric observations
Vergos GS, Tziavos IN, Sideris MG
ISBN: 978-3-642-20337-4
GS Vergos' Publications
2010 Article: Statistical Models and Latest Results in the Determination of the Absolute Bias for the Radar Altimeters of Jason Satellites using the Gavdos facility
Mertikas SP, Ioannides RT, Tziavos IN, Vergos GS, Hausleitner W, Frantzis X, Tripolitsiotis A, Partsinevelos P, Andrikopoulos D
Marine Geodesy, 33(S1), 114-149
DOI: 10.1080/01490419.2010.488973
2010 Article: Investigation of topographic reductions and aliasing effects to gravity and the geoid over Greece based on various digital terrain models
Tziavos IN, Vergos GS, Grigoriadis VN
Surveys in Geophysics, 31(3), 23-67
DOI: 10.1007/s10712-009-9085-z

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