Georges G. Balmino

 

Fields of interest:

  • Space and Planetary Geodesy
  • Gravity field and topographic modeling
  • Satellite Geodesy

 

Recent publications:

G. Balmino:
Efficient propagation of error covariance matrices of gravitational models: application to GRACE and GOCE,
Journal of Geodesy, 83, 989-995 (2009).

G. Moreaux and G. Balmino:
Impact of some land hydrological phenomena on GOCE mission,
Geophysical Research Letter, 29, doi:10.1029/2001GL013568 (2002).

C. Reigber, G. Balmino et. al:
 A high-quality global gravity field model from CHAMP GPS tracking data and accelerometry (EIGEN-1S), 
Geophysical Research Letter, 29,doi:10.1029/2002GL015064(2002).

G. Tyler, G. Balmino et. al:
Radio science observations with Mars Global Surveyor: Orbit insertion through one Mars year in mapping orbit, 
Journal of Geophysical Research, 106, E10, doi:10.1029/2000JE001348 (2001).

R. Biancale, G. Balminoet. al:
A new global Earth's gravity field model from satellite orbit perturbations: GRIM5‐S1,
Geophysical Research Letter, 27, doi:10.1029/2000GL011721(2000).

T. Gruber, A. Bode, C. Reigber, P. Schwintzer, G. Balmino, R. Biancale and J.M. Lemoine:
GRIM5‐C1: Combination solution of the global gravity field to degree and order 120, 
Geophysical Research Letter, 27, doi:10.1029/2000GL011589 (2000).

J.P. Barriot, N. Valès, G. Balmino and P. Rosenblatt:
A 180th degree and order model of the Venus gravity field from Magellan line of sight residual Doppler data,
Geophysical Research Letter, 25,doi:10.1029/98GL02600(1998).

F. Perosanz, J. C. Marty and G. Balmino:
Dynamic orbit determination and gravity field model improvement from GPS, DORIS and Laser measurements on TOPEX/POSEIDON satellite,
Journal of Geodesy,71, 160-170 (1996).

G. Balmino, E. Schrama and N. Sneeuw:
Compatibility of first-order circular orbit perturbations theories; consequences for cross-track inclination functions,
Journal of Geodesy,70, 554-561 (1995).

A. Olgiati, G. Balmino, M. Sarrailh and C. M. Green:
Gravity anomalies from satellite altimetry: comparison between computation via geoid heights and via deflections of the vertical,
Journal of Geodesy,69, 252-260 (1994).