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Analyse des mouvements transitoires dans les séries temporelles du RENAG : signal environnemental ou méthodologique ?

Abstract : Long-term transient signals (not corresponding to seasonal signals) are visible in the time series of RENAG stations over a long acquisition period (10 to 20 years of measurement). Four different GNSS solutions identify them and show that they are of environmental and not methodological origin. Correlation / anti correlation between the hydrological loading models carried out by the EOST and the annual displacements of the stations identify two responses: the elastic response of the Earth to the hydrological loading and the poroelasticity. Long-term transient signals can be explained in some cases by correlation with long series of observations of environmental parameters (piezometers, rain gauges, temperature ...).
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Cyril Teyssèdre. Analyse des mouvements transitoires dans les séries temporelles du RENAG : signal environnemental ou méthodologique ?. Sciences de l'ingénieur [physics]. 2019. ⟨dumas-02959740⟩

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