A Library on Geodesy, ggos, and GGOS

Presentations and Slides

Presentations related to GGOS are available here for download as pdf files. In order to get access to the ppt files, please, contact either the corresponding author or the Web Administrator, Hans-Peter Plag.

Also available here is the GGOS Slide Library, which provides annotated slides sorted under certain topics. The GGOS Slide Library can be used to compile customized presentations on GGOS topics. The slides may be downloaded and copied, however, credit should be given to the source (GGOS Slide Library) and the authors of the individual slides.

The following presentations are available for down-load here:

Plag, H.-P., 2010. Theme 3: Sea-level change, variability and forecasting. Presentation given at the GGOS Retreat, Miami, Fl, February 1-3, 2010 (pdf).

Plag, H.-P., 2010. GEO Meetings and IGOS Symposium. Presentation given at the GGOS Retreat, Miami, Fl, February 1-3, 2010 (pdf).

Plag, H.-P., LaBrecque, J., Raicich, F., Willis, P., 2010. Theme 3: Sea-level change, variability and forecasting - Breakout Session Report. Presentation given at the GGOS Retreat, Miami, Fl, February 1-3, 2010 (download pdf).

Plag, H.-P., Pail, R., Watkins, M., Haagmans, R., 2010. A Roadmap for Future Satellite Gravity Missions. Presentation given at the GGOS Retreat, Miami, Fl, February 1-3, 2010 (pdf).

Plag, H.-P., 2009: A Roadmap for Future Satellite Gravity Missions. Presentation given at the 13th Meeting of the GEO User Interface, November 16, 2009, Washington, D.C., USA (download pdf).

Plag, H.-P., 2008. The Global Geodetic Observing System (GGOS): A Key Component in the Global Earth Observation System of Systems. Presentation given at the GGEO 2008 Meeting, Chania, June 26, 2008 (download pdf). This presentation is also available as on-line lecture.

Plag's Slide Library

My Slide Library covers the following topics and presentations:

What is GGOS? This lecture includes slides introducing GGOS as an organization and as an observing system.

What does GGOS? This lecture includes slides introducing the contributions of GGOS to Earth science, Earth observation, and society at large.

Plag, H.-P., 2008: The Global Geodetic Observing System (GGOS): A Key Component in the Global Earth Observation System of Systems. Presentation given on June 26, 2008 at the GGEO 2008 Conference, Chania, Crete. This lecture briefly introduces GGOS and GEO, and it discusses the mutual benefits of these two organizations.

Park, J. U., Shin, Y.-H., Plag, H.-P., 2008: The Contribution to GGOS from Asian Region. Presentation to be given on September 22, 2008 at the APSG 2008 Conference "Space Geodynamics and Modeling of the Global Geodynamic Processes", Novosibirsk, Russian Federation. This lecture briefly introduces GGO, and it discusses the mutual benefits of GGOS and the Asian Region.


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