The US/German GRACE Follow-on (GRACE-FO) mission, successfully launched on 22 May 2018, prolongs the observations of the Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE). Satellite gravimetry missions such as GRACE, GRACE-FO and the Gravity field and steady-state Ocean Circulation Explorer (GOCE) have showed their fundamental impact for climate research studies and other geophysical or geodetic applications. The gravity field solutions can be complemented by data from other non-dedicated satellite missions like SWARM.
The great success of these missions clearly shows that global gravity variations can be at best monitored from space. Therefore, various initiatives are ongoing to prepare for future gravity missions: simulation studies have been performed, user and mission requirements have been defined and potential measurement equipment and orbit scenarios have been investigated.

This session solicits contributions about
(1) results from satellite gravimetry missions as well as from non-dedicated missions in terms of
- data analyses
- combination synergies
- Earth science applications
(2) status and study results for future gravity field missions.

Convener: Torsten Mayer-Guerr | Co-conveners: Richard Biancale (deceased), Christoph Dahle, Philipp Zingerle
| Thu, 11 Apr, 08:30–12:30
Room D2
| Attendance Fri, 12 Apr, 10:45–12:30
Hall X3

Attendance time: Friday, 12 April 2019, 10:45–12:30 | Hall X3

Chairperson: Phillip Zingerle
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Christoph Dahle, Henryk Dobslaw, Ingo Sasgen, Andreas Groh, Volker Klemann, Michael Murböck, Rolf König, Liangjing Zhang, Robert Dill, Sven Reißland, and Frank Flechtner
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Himanshu Save, Srinivas Bettadpur, Peter Nagel, Nadege Pie, Steve Poole, and Zhigui Kang
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Adrian Jäggi, Barbara Jenny, Ulrich Meyer, Frank Flechtner, Himanshu Save, Carmen Boening, Torsten Mayer-Gürr, and Jean-Michel Lemoine
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Investigation on the performance of temporal gravity retrieval based on GRACE Follow-On and Chinese GRACE-like missions.
Changqing Wang, Wei Feng, Min Zhong, and Houtze Hsu
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Igor Koch, Akbar Shabanloui, and Jakob Flury
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Saniya Behzadpour and Torsten Mayer-Gürr
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Simon Deggim and Annette Eicker
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Data mining of spherical harmonic (SH) coefficients using artificial neural networks (ANN)
Muhammad Athar Javaid and Wolfgang Keller
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X3.10 |
Philipp Zingerle, Roland Pail, and Thomas Gruber
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X3.11 |
Maja Richter, Michael G. Sideris, Elena Rangelova, Jürgen Kusche, and Christina Lück
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X3.12 |
Christina Lück, Bernd Uebbing, Roelof Rietbroek, and Jürgen Kusche
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X3.15 |
Spatiotemporal Variability of GRACE-based Terrestrial Water Storage over Xinjiang during 2003-2013 by Means of Multichannel Singular Spectrum Analysis
wudong li and weiping jiang
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X3.17 |
Shahab Asaadi and Gholamreza Joodaki
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X3.18 |
Le Chang, He Tang, Shuang Yi, and Wenke Sun