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Precise GPS data processing for the GPS/MET radio occultation mission at UCAR
Comparison of snow data assimilation system with GPS reflectometry snow depth in the Western United States
Comparisons of line-of-sight water vapor observations using the Global Positioning System and a pointing microwave radiometer
Comparison between GPS radio occultation electron densities and in situ satellite observations
Comparison of precipitable water derived from ground-based GPS measurements with radiosonde observations over the Korean Peninsula
Quality assessment of COSMIC/FORMOSAT-3 GPS radio occultation data derived from single- and double-difference atmospheric excess phase processing
Is the long-term variation of the estimated GPS differential code biases associated with ionospheric variability?
Estimation and analysis of GPS satellite DCB based on LEO observations
Vertical profiling of atmospheric refractivity from ground-based GPS
Assimilation of global positioning system radio occultation observations into NCEP's Global Data Assimilation System
Impact of FORMOSAT-3/COSMIC radio occultation data on the prediction of super cyclone Gonu (2007): A case study
Using geodetic GPS receivers to measure vegetation water content
Evaluation of the IRI-2016 and NeQuick electron content specification by COSMIC GPS radio occultation, ground-based GPS and Jason-2 joint altimeter/GPS observations
Atmospheric water vapor and geoid measurements in the open ocean with GPS
Precise orbit determination for the FORMOSAT-3/COSMIC satellite mission using GPS
Use of GPS for estimation of bending angles of radio waves at low elevations
A global morphology of gravity wave activity in the stratosphere revealed by the GPS occultation data (GPS/MET)
Sensing vegetation growth with reflected GPS signals
Precipitable water from GPS over the continental United States: Diurnal cycle, intercomparisons with NARR, and link with convective initiation
Features of high-latitude ionospheric irregularities development as revealed by ground-based GPS observations, satellite-borne GPS observations and satellite in situ measurements over the territory of Russia during the geomagnetic storm on March 17-18, 20

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