De Viron Olivier

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La Rochelle University
Section of Research : CNU 35
Referent institute : INEE…

Keywords : Geodesy, Climate system, data analysis

Research topics
Data precision assesment, source separation in geodetic data, i.e. in a dataset where the impacts of various sources are mixed, retrive the contribution of each source, impact of climate dynamics on geodetic data.

Five publications representatives of the research activity :

  • de Viron O., J.O. Dickey, M. Ghil (2013), Global modes of climate variability, Geophys. Res. Lett., 40, 1832–1837, doi:10.1002/grl.50386.
  • Holme R. and O. de Viron (2013), Characterisation and implications of intradecadal variations in length-of-day, Nature, 499, 202–204, doi:10.1038/nature12282.
  • Valty P., O. de Viron, I. Panet, M. Van Camp, J. Legrand (2013), Assessing the precision in loading estimates by geodetic techniques in Southern Europe, Geophys. J. Int., 194(3), 1441–1454, doi:10.1093/gji/ggt173.
  • Moradi A., L. Métivier, O. de Viron, S. Calmant, C. Merring (2014), Evaluation of MODIS data for improved monitoring of Caspian Sea, International Journal of Remote Sensing, Accepted for publication.
  • de Viron O. and J.O. Dickey (2014), The two types of El-Nino and their impacts on the Length-of-day, Geophys. Res. Let., Accepted for publication.