Monday, 26 May 2014

Using GPS to measure changes in sea level

Measuring sea level is not only an invaluable tool for pilotage, navigation, aeronautics, cartography, sea charting, and geology, it’s also a fundamentally important metric for measuring possible evidence of climate change, and for measuring the direction, extent and rate of such change. Johan Löfgren and Rüdiger Haas of Chalmers University in Sweden have developed a new way of measuring sea level that uses satnav signals for constant, real-time monitoring that promises new insights into many fields, including climate change. .. Continue Reading Using GPS to measure changes in sea level

Section: Marine

Tags: Chalmers University, Climate Change, GPS, Monitoring, Navigation, Satellite Navigation

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