Ronni Grapenthin

New Mexico Tech
Dept. of Earth &
Environmental Science
801 Leroy Place
Socorro, NM-87801


2019-03-11: How can we use GPS/GNSS satellite observations to get the receiver position? A quick write-up for students based on just the pseudorange observable: Position Estimation With Pseudoranges.
2019-02-28: Quantifying the Value of Real-time Geodetic Constraints for Earthquake Early Warning using a Global Seismic and Geodetic Dataset published in JGR.
2018-12-15: Volcanic Hail Detected With GPS: The 2011 Eruption of Grimsvötn Volcano, Iceland published in GRL.
2018-10-03: Development of a Geodetic Component for the U. S. West Coast Earthquake Early Warning System published in SRL.


Assistant Professor of Geophysics at the Earth & Environmental Science Department of New Mexico Tech.

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Ronni Grapenthin
Dept. of Earth & Environmental Science
New Mexico Tech
801 Leroy Place,
Socorro, NM 87801

office: MSEC 356
phone: +1 (575) 835 5924

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