Did you know that you can use GNSS to monitor a volcano? or the rise and fall of an acquirer? this episode made me realize that GNSS is more than simply a means of locating something on earth, it's a way of understanding how the earth's crust is moving!
Other topics that you might find interesting in this episode:
- Using Earth Observation to map the underlying geology
- Lidar as a teaching tool
- Using GNSS multipath error to monitor snow depth and vegetation growth
- The importance of science communication
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Introduction to Synthetic Aperture Radar ( SAR )
Navigating The Past, Present And Future Of GNSS
Satellite-based Augmentation System – A base station in the sky
Open Topography – Infrastructure for Topographic Data