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Dr Nigel Penna
Land uplift linked to managed aquifer recharge in the Perth Basin, Australia2021
Dr Nigel Penna
Professor Peter Clarke
Asthenospheric anelasticity effects on ocean tide loading around the East China Sea observed with GPS2020
Majid Abbaszadeh
Professor Peter Clarke
Dr Nigel Penna
Benefits of combining GPS and GLONASS for measuring ocean tide loading displacement2020
Chen Yu
Dr Nigel Penna
Professor Zhenhong Li
Ocean tide loading effects on InSAR observations over wide regions2020
Chen Yu
Dr Nigel Penna
Professor Zhenhong Li
Optimizing Global Navigation Satellite Systems network real-time kinematic infrastructure for homogeneous positioning performance from the perspective of tropospheric effects2020
Chen Yu
Professor Zhenhong Li
Dr Nigel Penna
Triggered afterslip on the southern Hikurangi subduction interface following the 2016 KaikĊura earthquake from InSAR time series with atmospheric corrections2020
Chen Yu
Professor Zhenhong Li
Dr Nigel Penna
Dr Paola Crippa
Generic atmospheric correction model for Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar observations2018
Ben Grayson
Dr Nigel Penna
Professor Jon Mills
Dr Darion Grant
GPS precise point positioning for UAV photogrammetry2018
Chen Yu
Professor Zhenhong Li
Dr Nigel Penna
Interferometric synthetic aperture radar atmospheric correction using a GPS-based iterative tropospheric decomposition model2018
Dr Nigel Penna
Dr Miguel Morales Maqueda
Dr Ian Martin
Dr Jing Guo
Sea Surface Height Measurement Using a GNSS Wave Glider2018
Chen Yu
Dr Nigel Penna
Professor Zhenhong Li
Generation of real-time mode high-resolution water vapor fields from GPS observations2017
Dr Nigel Penna
Practical Considerations before Installing Ground-Based Geodetic Infrastructure for Integrated InSAR and cGNSS Monitoring of Vertical Land Motion2017
Samuel Webb
Dr Nigel Penna
Professor Peter Clarke
Dr Ian Martin
Kinematic GNSS estimation of zenith wet delay over a range of altitudes2016
Dr Miguel Morales Maqueda
Dr Nigel Penna
Dr Ian Martin
Water surface height determination with a GPS Wave Glider: A demonstration in Loch Ness, Scotland2016
Dr Ciprian Spatar
Dr Nigel Penna
Dr Henny Mills
Dr Vedrana Kutija
Dr Martin Cooke
et al.
A robust approach for mapping group marks to individual marks using peer assessment2015
Dr Nigel Penna
Nonlinear subsidence at Fremantle, a long-recording tide gauge in the Southern Hemisphere2015
Dr Nigel Penna
Professor Peter Clarke
Ocean tide loading displacements in western Europe: 1. Validation of kinematic GPS estimates2015
Dr Nigel Penna
Professor Peter Clarke
Ocean tide loading displacements in western Europe: 2. GPS-observed anelastic dispersion in the asthenosphere2015
Samuel Webb
Dr Nigel Penna
Professor Peter Clarke
Snowdon Mountain Railway Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS): Repeatable Kinematic Dataset Collection from Snowdonia2015
Dr Nigel Penna
Julien Gazeaux
Dr Rory Bingham
The apparent British sea slope is caused by systematic errors in the levelling-based vertical datum2013
Dr Nigel Penna
Anthropogenic land subsidence in the Perth Basin: challenges for its retrospective geodetic detection2012
Nadim Dayoub
Professor Philip Moore
Dr Nigel Penna
Professor Stuart Edwards
Evaluation of EGM2008 Within Geopotential Space from GPS, Tide Gauges and Altimetry2012
Dr Nigel Penna
Non-tidal ocean loading effects on geodetic GPS heights2011
Dr Ian Thomas
Professor Matt King
Professor Peter Clarke
Dr Nigel Penna
Precipitable water vapor estimates from homogeneously reprocessed GPS data: An intertechnique comparison in Antarctica2011
Dr Ian Thomas
Professor Matt King
Dr Nigel Penna
Dr David Lavallee
Professor Peter Clarke
et al.
Widespread low rates of Antarctic glacial isostatic adjustment revealed by GPS observations2011
Professor Stuart Edwards
Professor Peter Clarke
Dr Nigel Penna
Dr Sibylle Goebell
An examination of network RTK GPS services in Great Britain2010
Professor Matt King
Dr David Lavallee
Dr Nigel Penna
Improved Constraints on Models of Glacial Isostatic Adjustment: A Review of the Contribution of Ground-Based Geodetic Observations2010
Professor Peter Clarke
Dr Nigel Penna
Ocean tide loading and relative GNSS in the British Isles2010
Dr Nigel Penna
Assessing the accuracy of predicted ocean tide loading displacement values2008
Professor Matt King
Dr Christopher Watson
Dr Nigel Penna
Professor Peter Clarke
Subdaily signals in GPS observations and their effect at semiannual and annual periods2008
Dr Nigel Penna
Professor Matt King
GPS height time series: Short-period origins of spurious long-period signals2007
Dr Nigel Penna
Measuring road running courses - digital photogrammetry versus the traditional calibrated bicycle2007
Dr Nigel Penna
Validation of GPS-based estimates of integrated water vapour for the Australian region and identification of diurnal variability2006
Dr Nigel Penna
Investigating the propagation mechanism of unmodelled systematic errors on coordinate time series estimated using least squares2005
Professor Matt King
Dr Nigel Penna
Professor Peter Clarke
Professor Edmund King
Validation of ocean tide models around Antarctica using onshore GPS and gravity data2005
Dr Nigel Penna
GPS-geodetic deformation monitoring of the south-west seismic zone of Western Australia: Review, description of methodology and results from epoch one2004
Dr Nigel Penna
Aliased tidal signatures in continuous GPS height time series2003
Dr Nigel Penna
Ocean tide loading considerations for GPS processing around Australia2002
Dr Nigel Penna
Single receiver heighting using the active stations of the national GPS network of Great Britain2002
Dr Nigel Penna
Using a GPS / MSL geoid to test geoid models in the UK2002
Dr Nigel Penna
Assessment of EGNOS tropospheric correction model2001
Dr Nigel Penna
GPS estimation of atmospheric water vapour from a moving platform2001
Dr Nigel Penna
Ground-based GPS water vapour estimation: Potential for meteorological forecasting2001
Dr Nigel Penna
Thomas Baker
Monitoring the vertical land movement component of changes in mean sea level using GPS: Results from tide gauges in the UK2001