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Title: Final Report of the IUGG/IAG Special Study Group 5-143, Rapid Earth Orientation Variations
Authors: Dickey, Jean O.
Issue Date: Jul-1995
Citation: Boulder, Colorado, USA
Abstract: This report highlights the goals, program of activities and accomplishments for IUGG/IAG SSG 5-143. Progress has been made on all fronts; main accomplishments include: (1) three major campaigns to measure rapid Earth orientation variations; (2) improvements in measurements including the increase in the frequency of the archived atmospheric angular momentum and the calculations of atmospheric torque; and (3) the encouragement of cooperative multi-disciplinary studies and organization of several scientific meetings.
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