RECENT PUBLICATIONS

  • [New in Press] Quantification of Ocean Mass Change Using GRACE Gravity, Satellite Altimeter and Argo Floats Observations November 13, 2018 Quantification of Ocean Mass Change Using GRACE Gravity, Satellite Altimeter and Argo Floats Observations, November 13, 2018, Dr. Jianli Chen and a group of scientists at the Center for Space Research are the authors of a study published in the Journal of Geophysical Research -Solid Earth. Combining satellite gravity measurements from the Gravity Recovery and ...
  • Mapping Arctic Tundra October 24, 2018 This summer, Sophy Wu, a second-year Ph.D. student studying aerospace engineering, along with Michael O’Connor and Stephen Ferencz, two graduate students from Jackson School of Geosciences, conducted fieldwork at the University of Alaska Fairbanks’ Toolik Field Station, a premier research laboratory established in 1976 for studying the Arctic and its relationship to the global environment. For two ...
  • GRACE data is used to assess modern river sediment discharge September 5, 2018 CSR Research Scientist Dr. Himanshu Save is an author on a study published in Nature Communications, for the first time using GRACE data to gain insights into sediment discharge from major rivers. Continental erosion can be enhanced by human activities like large-scale agriculture, deforestation, sand extraction etc. Erosion produces sediment that is mostly evacuated by rivers ...