Arctic Research Directory

ID-240 :   GPS and gravity measurements in southeastern Alaska



Research/Observation Title

GPS and gravity measurements in southeastern Alaska

Science Summary (common)

[purpose] Modeling of the rapid uplifting in the study area using vertical displacements by GPS and gravity and estimation of rheological structure [outline] Temporal variations in displacements and gravity
- Individual Project Information 1/1 Research/Observation Period 2007-06-01 〜 2007-06-30

Funding Information Other Funding Details

Study on the rheological structure beneath southeastern Alaska based on integrated geodetic observations of the rapid uplifting caused by deglaciation


Geological Sciences


RollContact PersonNameSatoshi MIURAAffiliationGraduate School of Science, Tohoku University
RollContact PersonNameTadahiro SatoAffiliationTohoku Univ.
RollContact PersonNameWenke SunAffiliationUniv. of Tokyo
RollContact PersonNameHiromi FujimotoAffiliationTohoku Univ.
RollContact PersonNameTakayuki SuganoAffiliationUniv. of Tokyo

Research/Observation Methods

GPS receivers, Absolute gravimeter, Relative gravimeter

Research/Observation Period

2007-06-01 〜 2007-06-30

Research/Observation Point (Detail)

Field Site: Southeastern Alaska, USA

Research/Observation Area

N: 61.758170, S: 58.863100, W: -137.158110 E: -142.398400,
Data Registration
01:40 on Thu December 13, 2018
Last Update
01:40 on Thu December 13, 2018