The paper presents the results of research related to the application of GNSS solutions in short observational periods in geodynamical investigations. Authors used the 3-hour solution appointed from hour-long interval of about 30 chosen stations on mountainous terrains from over 100 which were worked out. The main aim was to check the correctness of such solutions by the comparison with the daily ones. Some outliers in East component could testify, that tropospheric or ionospheric models used in the data adjustment are not sufficient for so short-time solutions. The second principal problem, which was considered in the present work is the ability to detect diurnal and sub-diurnal oscillations in changes of permanent stations’ coordinates. Results show unambiguously, that such oscillations appear in all analysed stations. In the paper there are examples of stations with dominant oscillations in different frequencies. The clear homogeneous in the frequencies was not found among any group of stations. It is therefore difficult to affirm, if their origin comes purely from the geodynamical phenomena.
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Acta Geodynamica et Geomaterialia
strony 295 - 302,
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- Opis bibliograficzny:
- Araszkiewicz A., Bogusz, J., Figurski M., Szafranek K.: Application of short-time GNSS solution geodynamical studies// Acta Geodynamica et Geomaterialia. -Vol. 7, nr. 3 (159) (2010), s.295-302
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