Robert Tenzer

National School of Surveying
University of Otago, Dunedin

Fields of interest

  • Physical and satellite geodesy
  • Geophysics, mathematical geodesy

Recent publications

R. Tenzer, K. Hamayun and P. Vajda:
Global maps of the CRUST 2.0 crustal components stripped gravity disturbances,
Journal of Geophysical Research (Solid Earth), 114, B05408, doi:10.1029/2008JB006016 (2009).

K. Hamayun, I. Prutkin and R. Tenzer:
The optimum expression for the gravitational potential of polyhedral bodies having a linearly varying density distribution,
Journal of Geodesy, 83, 1163-1170 (2009).

R. Tenzer, P. Novák, I. Prutkin, A. Ellmann and P. Vajda:
Far-zone contributions to the gravity field quantities by means of Molodensky’s truncation coefficients,
Studia Geophysica et Geodaetica, 53, 157−167 (2009).

R. Klees, X. Liu, T. Wittwer, B. Gunter, E. Revtova, R. Tenzer, P. Ditmar, H.C. Winsemius and H.H. Savenije:
A comparison of global and regional GRACE models for land hydrology,
Surveys in Geophysics, 29, 335-359 (2008).

R. Tenzer and R. Klees:
The choice of the spherical radial basis functions in local gravity field modeling,
Studia Geophysica et Geodaetica, 52, 287−304 (2008).

R. Klees, R. Tenzer, I. Prutkin and T. Wittwer:
A data-driven approach to local gravity field modeling using spherical radial basis functions,
Journal of Geodesy, 82, 457-471 (2007).

P. Vajda, P. Vaníček, P. Novák, R. Tenzer and A. Ellmann:
Secondary indirect effects in gravity anomaly data inversion or interpretation,
Journal of Geophysical Research (Solid Earth), 112, B06411, doi:10.1029/2006JB004470 (2007).

M. Santos, P. Vaníček, A. Ellmann, W.E. Featherstone, R. Kingdon, B.A. Martin, M. Kuhn and R. Tenzer:
The relation between rigorous and Helmert's definitions of orthometric height,
Journal of Geodesy, 80, 691-704 (2006).

R. Tenzer, P. Vaníček, M. Santos, W.E. Featherstone and M. Kuhn:
The rigorous determination of orthometric heights,
Journal of Geodesy, 79, 82–92 (2005).

P. Vaníček, R. Tenzer, L.E. Sjöberg, Z. Martinec and E.W. Featherstone:
New views of the spherical Bouguer gravity anomaly,
Journal of Geophysics International, 159, 460-472 (2004)