Impact of a priori zenith hydrostatic delay errors on GPS estimates of station heights and zenith total delays
Corrections to zenith atmospheric delays (including hydrostatic components) are estimated in geodetic analyses using partial derivatives that relate wet delays to the phase observations. At low-elevation angles, partial derivatives of the hydrostatic and
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