Publications citing datasets related to GRACE
|2017||Mass evolution of Mediterranean, Black, Red, and Caspian Seas from GRACE and altimetry: accuracy assessment and solution calibration, Journal of Geodesy,http://doi.org/10.1007/s00190-016-0952-3||GRACE LEVEL 1B JPL RELEASE 3.0|
|2016||Spurious barometric pressure acceleration in Antarctica and propagation into GRACE Antarctic mass change estimates, Geophysical Journal,https://doi.org/10.1093/gji/ggw211||(No Dataset Referenced)|
|2016||GRACE star camera noise, Advances in Space Research,https://doi.org/10.1016/j.asr.2016.04.025||(No Dataset Referenced)|
|2016||Contrasting behavior of the F2 peak and the topside ionosphere in response to the 2 October 2013 geomagnetic storm, Journal of,https://doi.org/10.1002/2016JA022959||(No Dataset Referenced)|
|2016||Generation of GNSS Observables for LEO Satellites Using High-Fidelity Models, researchgate.net||(No Dataset Referenced)|
|2016||Kark Orman Mecerelerinin Ayrtrlmasnda Karar Aac Snflama Ynteminin Kullanlmas, researchgate.net||(No Dataset Referenced)|
|2016||MASCON||(No Dataset Referenced)|
|2016||Comparison of observations and modelling of surface mass balance variations in East Antarctica||(No Dataset Referenced)|
|2016||Oceanographic applications of GRACE gravity data on global and regional scales||(No Dataset Referenced)|
|2016||Comparison of GRACE data and groundwater levels for the assessment of groundwater depletion in JordanComparaison entre les donnes issues de GRACE et les, Hydrogeology Journal||(No Dataset Referenced)|
|2016||A highresolution record of Greenland mass balance, Geophysical,https://doi.org/10.1002/2016GL069666||(No Dataset Referenced)|
|2017||Cheng, M. and J. Ries, 2014, Monthly estimates of C20 from 5 SLR satellites based on GRACE RL05 models, GRACE Technical Note 07, Center for Space Research. [Available at ftp://podaac.jpl.nasa.gov/allData/grace/docs/TN-07_C20_SLR.txt.] Geophysical modelings of co-and postseismic gravity changes from satellite gravimetry,http://doi.org/10.14943/doctoral.k12694||(No Dataset Referenced)|
|2017||Intensified water storage loss by biomass burning in Kalimantan: Detection by GRACE, Journal of Geophysical,https://doi.org/10.1002/2017JB014129||(No Dataset Referenced)|
Launched 17 March 2002, the Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) twin satellites made detailed measurements of Earth's gravity field and improved investigations about Earth's water reservoirs, over land, ice and oceans. GRACE was a collaboration of the US and German space agencies (NASA and DLR). The key partners were the University of Texas Center for Space Research (CSR), the GeoForschungsZentrum (GFZ) Potsdam, and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL).
GRACE measured gravity by relating it to the distance between the twin satellites. When there was an increase in gravity ahead of the pair, the front satellite sped up and the distance between the pair increased. When there was an increase in gravity between the pair their distance decreased. The opposite occurred when there was decreased gravity ahead of, or between the satellite pair. The satellites were separated by 220 km and could detect changes smaller than a micrometer per second in relative velocity. These measurements, in conjunction with other data and models, provided observations of terrestrial water storage changes, ice-mass variations, ocean bottom pressure changes and sea-level variations.
GRACE ended its science mission in 12 October 2017.