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Title: Ground-Based GPS Sensing of Azimuthal Variations in Precipitable Water Vapor
Authors: Kroger, P. M.
Bar-Sever, Y. E.
Issue Date: 2-Jul-1997
Citation: Melbourne, Australia
Abstract: Current models for troposphere delay employed by GPS software packages map the total zenith delay to the line-of-sight delay of the individual satellite-receiver link under the assumption of azimuthal homogeneity. This could be a poor approximation for many sites, in particular, those located at an ocean front or next to a mountain range. We have modified the GIPSY-OASIS II software package to include a simple non-symmetric mapping function (MacMillan, 1995) which introduces two new parameters.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/22013
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