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Dr Achraf Koulali Idrissi
Professor Peter Clarke
Grace Nield
Professor Matt King
GPS-Observed Elastic Deformation Due to Surface Mass Balance Variability in the Southern Antarctic Peninsula2022
Dr Joelle Nicolas
Professor Peter Clarke
Improved hydrological loading models in South America: analysis of GPS displacements using M-SSA2021
Dr Achraf Koulali Idrissi
Professor Peter Clarke
Modelling quasi-periodic signals in geodetic time series using Gaussian Processes2021
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
Dr Achraf Koulali Idrissi
Professor Peter Clarke
Effect of antenna snow intrusion on vertical GPS position time series in Antarctica2020
Marine Roger
Professor Zhenhong Li
Professor Peter Clarke
Chuang Song
Joint inversion of geodetic observations and relative weighting-the 1999 Mω 7.6 chi-chi earthquake revisited2020
Dr Liz Petrie
Professor Peter Clarke
Altimetry, gravimetry, GPS and viscoelastic modeling data for the joint inversion for glacial isostatic adjustment in Antarctica (ESA STSE Project REGINA)2018
Yasir Al-Husseinawi
Professor Zhenhong Li
Professor Peter Clarke
Professor Stuart Edwards
Evaluation of the Stability of the Darbandikhan Dam after the 12 November 2017 Mw 7.3 Sarpol-e Zahab (Iran–Iraq Border) Earthquake2018
Professor Peter Clarke
Seasonal Surface Loading Helps Constrain Short‐Term Viscosity of the Asthenosphere2018
Dr Liz Petrie
Professor Peter Clarke
Joint inversion estimate of glacial isostatic adjustment in Antarctica considering a lateral varying Earth structure (ESA STSE project REGINA)2017
Reza Amouzgar
Professor Qiuhua Liang
Professor Peter Clarke
Computationally efficient tsunami modelling on Graphics Processing Units (GPUs)2016
Grace Nield
Professor Matt King
Professor Peter Clarke
Glacial isostatic adjustment in response to changing Late Holocene behaviour of ice streams on the Siple Coast, West Antarctica2016
Samuel Webb
Dr Nigel Penna
Professor Peter Clarke
Dr Ian Martin
Kinematic GNSS estimation of zenith wet delay over a range of altitudes2016
Professor Peter Clarke
Professor Matt King
Dr Liz Petrie
Spatial and temporal Antarctic ice sheet mass trends, glacio-isostatic adjustment and surface processes from a joint inversion of satellite altimeter, gravity and GPS data2016
Dr Ciprian Spatar
Professor Philip Moore
Professor Peter Clarke
Collinearity assessment of geocentre coordinates derived from multi-satellite SLR data2015
Dr Kirill Palamartchouk
Professor Peter Clarke
Dr Rajesh Tiwari
Dual-polarisation GNSS Observations for Multipath Mitigation and Better High-precision Positioning2015
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
Professor Stuart Edwards
Professor Peter Clarke
Enhancement of the accuracy of single-epoch GPS positioning for long baselines by local ionospheric modelling2014
Dr Kirill Palamartchouk
Professor Peter Clarke
Stephen Edwards
Mitigation of GNSS multipath by the use of dual-polarisation observations2014
Grace Nield
Professor Matt King
Professor Peter Clarke
Rapid bedrock uplift in the Antarctic Peninsula explained by viscoelastic response to recent ice unloading2014
David Booker
Professor Peter Clarke
Dr David Lavallee
Secular changes in Earth's shape and surface mass loading derived from combinations of reprocessed global GPS networks2014
Grace Nield
Professor Matt King
Professor Peter Clarke
Increased ice loading in the Antarctic Peninsula since the 1850s and its effect on glacial isostatic adjustment2012
Professor Matt King
Professor Peter Clarke
Ocean tides in the Weddell Sea: new observations on the Filchner-Ronne and Larsen C ice shelves and model validation2011
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
Dr David Lavallee
Professor Philip Moore
Professor Peter Clarke
Dr Liz Petrie
Professor Matt King
et al.
J2: An evaluation of new estimates from GPS, GRACE, and load models compared to SLR2010
Professor Peter Clarke
Dr Nigel Penna
Ocean tide loading and relative GNSS in the British Isles2010
Ahmed Ragheb
Professor Stuart Edwards
Professor Peter Clarke
Using Filtered and Semicontinuous High Rate GPS for Monitoring Deformations2010
Dr Ian Thomas
Professor Matt King
Professor Peter Clarke
A Validation of Ocean Tide Models Around Antarctica Using GPS Measurements2008
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 Ian Thomas
Professor Matt King
Professor Peter Clarke
A comparison of GPS, VLBI and model estimates of ocean tide loading displacements2007
Professor Peter Clarke
Dr David Lavallee
Professor Geoffrey Blewitt
Basis functions for the consistent and accurate representation of surface mass loading2007
Ahmed Ragheb
Professor Peter Clarke
Professor Stuart Edwards
Coordinate-space and observation-space filtering methods for sidereally repeating errors in GPS: Performance and filter lifetime2007
Ahmed Ragheb
Professor Peter Clarke
Professor Stuart Edwards
GPS sidereal filtering: coordinate- and carrier-phase-level strategies2007
Professor Matt King
Professor Philip Moore
Professor Peter Clarke
Dr David Lavallee
Choice of optimal averaging radii for temporal GRACE gravity solutions, a comparison with GPS and satellite altimetry2006
Professor Jon Mills
Davina White
Professor Peter Clarke
Professor Stuart Edwards
Coastal morphological change detection from satellite synthetic aperture radar interferometry2006
Dr David Lavallee
Professor Geoffrey Blewitt
Professor Peter Clarke
Geocenter motions from GPS: A unified observation model2006
Professor Jon Mills
Professor Peter Clarke
Professor Stuart Edwards
A geomatics data integration technique for coastal change monitoring2005
Professor Geoffrey Blewitt
Professor Peter Clarke
Dr David Lavallee
Application of Clebsch-Gordan Coefficients and isomorphic frame transformations to invert Earth's changing geometrical shape for continental hydrological loading and sea level's passive response2005
Professor Peter Clarke
Dr David Lavallee
Professor Geoffrey Blewitt
Effect of gravitational consistency and mass conservation on seasonal surface mass loading models2005
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
Professor Geoffrey Blewitt
Professor Peter Clarke
Dr David Lavallee
Degree-2 harmonics of the Earth's mass load estimated from GPS and Earth rotation data2004
Craig Allinson
Professor Peter Clarke
Professor Stuart Edwards
Professor Matt King
Stability of direct GPS estimates of ocean tide loading2004
Professor Peter Clarke
Professor Philip Moore
Combination of terrestrial reference frames and ERP at University of Newcastle2003
Professor Peter Clarke
Geodetic strain in peninsular Italy between 1875 and 20012003
Professor Geoffrey Blewitt
Professor Peter Clarke
Inversion of Earth's changing shape to weigh sea level in static equilibrium with surface mass redistribution2003
Professor Stuart Edwards
Professor Peter Clarke
Atmospheric models, GPS and InSAR measurements of the tropospheric water vapour field over Mount Etna2002
Professor Philip Moore
Professor Peter Clarke
Combination of ERP Solutions at University of Newcastle2002
John Rainbow
Professor Peter Clarke
Optimising navigational precision from potential GNSS constellations2002
Professor Jon Mills
Professor Peter Clarke
Professor Stuart Edwards
Professor John Pethick
Synergy of GPS, photogrammetry and InSAR for coastal zone monitoring2002
Professor Jon Mills
Professor Peter Clarke
Professor Stuart Edwards
Professor John Pethick
Synergy of GPS, photogrammetry and InSAR in coastal environments2002
Professor Geoffrey Blewitt
Dr David Lavallee
Professor Peter Clarke
A new global mode of Earth deformation: Seasonal cycle detected2001
Professor Philip Moore
Professor Peter Clarke
Combination of ILRS Pilot Project SSC at University of Newcastle2001
Dr David Lavallee
Professor Geoffrey Blewitt
Professor Peter Clarke
GPSVEL project: towards a dense global GPS velocity field2001
Professor Geoffrey Blewitt
Dr David Lavallee
Professor Peter Clarke
GPSVEL project: towards a dense global GPS velocity field2000
Professor Peter Clarke
An interdisciplinary approach to studying seismic hazard throughout Greece1999
Professor Peter Clarke
An interdisciplinary approach to studying seismic hazard throughout Greece1999
Professor Peter Clarke
Source parameters of the 1 October 1995 Dinar (Turkey) earthquake from SAR interferometry and seismic bodywave modelling1999
Professor Peter Clarke
Dr Paul Denys
Crustal strain in central Greece from repeated GPS measurements in the interval 1989-19971998
Professor Peter Clarke
Dr Paul Denys
Geodetic estimate of seismic hazard in the Gulf of Korinthos1997
Professor Peter Clarke
Geodetic investigation of the 13 May 1995 Kozani-Grevena (Greece) earthquake1997
Professor Peter Clarke
Geodetic studies of aspects of strain accumulation and release during the seismic cycle: results from the Gulfs of Korinthos and Argos1995
Dr Paul Denys
Professor Peter Clarke
GPS networks for determining the accumulation of current crustal strain in Central Greece1995