07-08-2006

August 2006

IAG Newsletter August 2006

August 2006

Editor: Gyula Tóth

IAG Communication and Outreach Branch

MTA-BME Research Group for Phys. Geod. and Geodyn.

Department of Geodesy and Surveying

Budapest University of Technology and Economics

H-1521 Budapest, Hungary

Information Service of the International Association of Geodesy

http://www.iag-aig.org newsletter@iag-aig.org

Contents

General Announcements . 2

Assistant/Associate Professor in Geodetic Earth Observation. 2

Call for Proposal – Nominations open for IAG Secretary General 2

Meeting Announcements . 3

3rd International GOCE User Workshop. 3

Symposium on Terrestrial Gravimetry: Static and Mobile Measurements. 4

IAG Sponsored Meetings. 4

“Gravity Field of the Earth” – 1st International Symposium of the IGFS. 4

XIII Assembly of the Wegener project 5

Geodetic Reference Frames GRF2006. 5

International Symposium “Modern Technologies, Education and Professional Practice in Geodesy and Related Fields 5

Symposium on Terrestrial Gravimetry: Static and Mobile Measurements. 5

IAG Related Meetings. 5

IAU Joint Discussion 16 at the XXVIth IAU General Assembly. 5

ION GNSS 2006. 5

Geodetic Week 2006. 5

3rd International GOCE User Workshop. 6

International Symposium on Advances in Geographic Information Systems – ACM-GIS 2006. 6

125th Anniversary of Seismology in Hungary. 6

IAG Sister Societies’ General Assemblies. 6

IAU XXVIth General Assembly. 6

FIG 2006. 6

XIIIth ISM Congress. 6

Fast Bibliography. 7

The IAG Newsletter is under the editorial responsibility of the Communication and Outreach Branch (COB) of the IAG.

It is an open forum and contributors are welcome to send material (preferably in electronic form) to the IAG COB (newsletter@iag-aig.org). These contributions should complement information sent by IAG officials or by IAG symposia organizers (reports and announcements). The IAG Newsletter is published monthly. It is available in different formats from the IAG new internet site: http://www.iag-aig.org

Each IAG Newsletter includes several of the following topics:

I. news from the Bureau Members

II. ; general information

III. reports of IAG symposia

IV. reports by commissions, special commissions or study groups

V. symposia announcements

VI. book reviews

VII. fast bibliography

Books for review are the responsibility of:

C.C Tscherning

University of Copenhagen

Dept. of Geophysics

Copenhagen, Denmark

Fax: +45 35365357

E-mail: cct@gfy.ku.dk


Assistant/Associate Professor in Geodetic Earth Observation

The Department of Geomatics Engineering, in the Schulich School of Engineering at the University of Calgary, invites applications for the position of Assistant or Associate Professor (tenure track) in Geodetic Earth Observation, effective January 1, 2007. Applicants at the Assistant Professor level should have some post-doctoral, industrial, or equivalent experience to be considered. A PhD in science or engineering is required.

Demonstrated expertise in Earth systems monitoring by geodetic techniques is required. Research expertise in one or more of the following areas is desirable: satellite geodesy, satellite altimetry, space borne gravimetry and gradiometry, geodynamics, potential field modeling, geodetic applications of InSAR, and orbit determination methods. Experience with research and applications of dedicated gravity satellite missions, satellite altimetry missions and SAR missions will be an asset. The position is expected to interface with all related disciplines of geomatics engineering and will conduct both teaching and research in geodesy and related areas. The applicant is expected to develop a strong research program and should be capable of attracting external funding for these research activities and graduate student support. The selected candidate must also have the capability and the flexibility to teach undergraduate fundamental engineering courses and is expected to register as a Professional Engineer or Geoscientist in the Province of Alberta.

The Department of Geomatics Engineering is actively involved in all aspects of geomatics engineering and comprises 20 faculty members, some 90 graduate students and 50 students in each year of the undergraduate program. State-of-the-art geomatics engineering equipment and computer facilities are available. Related information can be found at http://www.geomatics.ucalgary.ca/

The University of Calgary is a co-educational, non-denominational, government supported institution with a student population of about 27,000. The City of Calgary itself has a population of over one million and is situated within an hour's drive of Banff National Park, one of the most beautiful parts of the Rocky Mountains.

Applications should include a detailed curriculum vitae and a complete list of publications. Three letters of reference should be mailed directly to:

Head, Department of Geomatics Engineering, Schulich School of Engineering

University of Calgary

2500 University Drive NW, Calgary, Alberta T2N 1N4, Canada

E-mail: minch@ucalgary.ca

Closing date: September 15, 2006

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority.

The University of Calgary respects, appreciates and encourages diversity.

To see all University of Calgary academic positions, please visit www.ucalgary.ca/hr/career

Call for Proposal – Nominations open for IAG Secretary General

The present Secretary General, C.C. Tscherning, has served for 3 periods, and cannot be re-elected. The election of a new Secretary General (SG) will take place in the spring of 2007 together with the election of other officers for the 2007-2011 period.

The commitment associated with this position is heavier than that associated with any of the other IAG executive positions. The IAG executive committee has therefore decided to separate the election of the new Secretary General from the other nominations and elections, because the election is based on a call for proposals, which have to be evaluated by the IAG Executive.

The duties of the SG are described in the by-laws, section 2.5.3, as quoted below. Since the SG will also be the director of the Central Bureau, a nomination automatically implies a commitment to host the Bureau, as well.

According to the by-laws, the SG receives no salary, but the expenses of the SG may be covered by the allocation received from IUGG. However, the funds needed for these expenses have normally exceeded the IUGG allocation, so the organization hosting the SG and thereby the Central Bureau contributes to the travel expenses of the SG and the running of the Central Bureau.

The nominated SG should be prepared to spend at least 1 full day per week on IAG matters, and the Central Bureau hosting organization should provide secretarial assistance equivalent to 2 full days per week. A nomination should therefore include information about the degree to which the hosting organization is prepared to cover, in whole or in part, the expenses of the SG and of the Central Bureau.

The proposal should be submitted to the president of the Nominating Committee, Prof. F. Sansò in electronic form. Proposals may be submitted by the adhering bodies of the member countries, officers, fellows, and members of the Association. Candidates shall be asked to signify their acceptance of nomination and to prepare a resume (maximum 150 words) outlining their position, research interests and activities relating to the Association. The proposal should also state the preparedness to host the Central Bureau, and the financial and secretarial support which may be allocated.

Proposals should be submitted before September, 15, 2006.

Extract from By-Laws:

2.5.3 The SECRETARY GENERAL, shall have the following duties:

a) Serve as secretary of the General Assembly, the Council, the Executive Committee and the Bureau; arrange for meetings of these bodies, distribute promptly the agenda and prepare and distribute the minutes of all their meetings.

b) Director of the Central Bureau.

c) Manage the affairs of the Association, attend to correspondence, and preserve the records.

d) Circulate all appropriate information related to the Association.

e) Prepare the reports of the Association's activities.

f) Perform such other duties as may be assigned to him by the Bureau.

Address of Prof. Sansò:

Prof. Fernando Sansò
Politecnico di Milano - Polo Regionale di Como
via Valleggio, 11 I-22100 Como
Tel.
+39.031.332.7518
Fax +39.031.332.7519, e-mail:
fernando.sanso@polimi.it

3rd International GOCE User Workshop

November 6-8, 2006, ESA-ESRIN, Frascati, Italy.

The European Space Agency's Gravity field and steady-state Ocean Circulation Explorer (GOCE) Mission is planned for launch in 2007. This, the first of ESA’s Core Earth Explorer satellite missions, and promises amongst others scientific applications in Geodesy, Solid-Earth Physics and Oceanography.

This is a preliminary announcement of the ESA's intent to hold the third in a series of International GOCE User Workshops from 6-8 November, 2006 at ESA-ESRIN, in Frascati, near Rome, Italy. This pre-launch workshop is timed to take place prior to the closure of the forthcoming GOCE Data Announcement of Opportunity (see: http://eopi.esa.int). It is intended to provide potential users of GOCE data products with the opportunity to obtain the latest information on satellite performance as well as details regarding ground segment operations, data products and user services. It will allow users the opportunity to learn about product specifications, and the plans for data calibration and validation. This Workshop will also offer the opportunity for users to present their planned scientific studies, prior to consolidating their GOCE Data AO proposals.

Conference proceedings are anticipated to be published as an ESA Special Publication by the ESA Publications Division, and so full scientific papers are encouraged in addition to the Workshop presentation material. The official language of the workshop is English.

Preliminary Calendar of Key Dates

· First Announcement March 2006

· Second Call & Web Announcement May 2006

· Deadline for Abstract Submission 7th July 2006

· Notification of Abstract Acceptance 8 September 2006

· Preliminary Programme 15 September 2006

· Confirmation of Participation 18 September 2006

· Registration 18 September 2006

· Proceedings Paper Submission 13 October 2006

· Presentation Material for Meeting 30 October 2006

· GOCE User Workshop November 6-8, 2006

Further information on Workshop objectives and themes are available on the Workshop web site:

http://earth.esa.int/goce06

We look forward to welcoming you at the Workshop. Please do not hesitate to forward this announcement to colleague you believe may be interested.

The 3rd International GOCE User Workshop 2006 - Organising Committee

M. R. Drinkwater, J. Benveniste (chairs)

R. Floberghagen, R. Haagmans, M. Kern, G. Plank, E. Monjoux, C. Comparetto, C. Morris (members)

Symposium on Terrestrial Gravimetry: Static and Mobile Measurements</a>

St. Petersburg, Russia, 20 - 22 August 2007.

The meeting is being organized by Leonid Vitushkin, Chair of the Study Group 2.1 (Comparison of Absolute Gravimeters) of Commission 2. The symposium is officially sponsored by the IAG, co-sponsored by the Institute of Earth Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow; and the BIPM.

The topics of the conference will include the design and investigations of the measuring instruments for the absolute and relative measurement of the gravity field, their applications for terrestrial, shipboard and airborne platforms, and in the metrology of gravimetry. Traditional free-fall, superconducting, and spring-type gravimeters, gradiometers, and new technologies, such as based on atom interferometry, will be especially welcome, as will results and methodologies of static and mobile campaigns, as well as current and future networks. Geophysical interpretation of results and connection with space-borne systems are of limited interest, since the emphasis is on terrestrial (including airborne) instrumentation and methods to extract gravity field measurements for a variety of applications.

More details about the symposium will soon be available on the website of the meeting. Contact person of the Local Organising Committee is Mrs. Margarita Grishina (mgrishina@eprib.ru).

Christopher Jekeli and

Leonid Vitushkin

IAG Sponsored Meetings

28 August - 1 September 2006, Istanbul, Turkey

The 1st symposium of IGFS as being a continuation of the symposia series of the former International Gravity and Geoid Commission will be held in Istanbul, Turkey. The major objective is to bring together the geoscientists working in general areas of modeling the Earth's gravity field. For more information visit the website: www.igfs2006.org.

4-7 September 2006, Nice, France

The 13th Assembly of WEGENER will provide a forum for discussion, coordination and scientific support for geoscientists interested in unravelling the kinematics and mechanisms of the broad Eurasian/African/Arabian collision zone. Details of the meeting are available: http://wegener.unice.fr/.

9-13 October 2006, Munich, Germany

The Commission 1 „Reference Frames“ of the International Association of Geodesy (IAG) invites scientists and experts from all countries to participate in the Symposium “Geodetic Reference Frames”. The topics of the Symposium include the advanced development and combination of geodetic observation techniques, analysis and processing methods for parameter estimation related to reference frames, definition and integration of regional reference frames, consistent determination of terrestrial and celestial reference frames and Earth orientation parameters. Detailed information is available at the symposium website: http://iag.dgfi.badw.de/?grf2006.

9-10 November 2006, Sofia, Bulgaria

The symposium (with a special session for young specialists and students) will be held at the House of Science and Techniques, 108 Rakovski Str., Sofia, 09-10 November 2006, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. For up-to-date information please, visit the symposium website at: http://www.gis-sofia.bg/sgzb/.

20 - 22 August 2007, St. Petersburg, Russia.

The topics of the conference will include the design and investigations of the measuring instruments for the absolute and relative measurement of the gravity field, their applications for terrestrial, shipboard and airborne platforms, and in the metrology of gravimetry. Traditional free-fall, superconducting, and spring-type gravimeters, gradiometers, and new technologies, such as based on atom interferometry, will be especially welcome, as will results and methodologies of static and mobile campaigns, as well as current and future networks. More details about the symposium will soon be available on the website of the meeting.

IAG Related Meetings

August 22-23, 2006, Prague, Czech Republic

IAU Joint Discussion 16 entitled "Nomenclature, Precession and New Models in Fundamental Astronomy. Applications and scientific contribution to astronomy" will be held during the XXVIth IAU General Assembly, on 22 and 23 August 2006, in Prague. Please see the IAU GA scientific program at: http://www.astronomy2006.com/scientific-program.php and the JD16 web page at http://syrte.obspm.fr/iauJD16/.

September 26-29, 2006, Fort Worth, Texas

The Institute of Navigation (ION), hosts the ION GNSS 2006 technical meeting in September. For details, please visit http://www.ion.org/meetings/#gnss.

10-12 October 2006, Munich, Germany

The Geodetic Week is a forum for university and research institutes working in the fields of geodesy, surveying and neighbouring disciplines. Its goal is to foster information exchange between scientists and users with respect to the major topics listed below. Young scientists are particularly invited to give appropriate contributions. Further information and registration forms are available: http://ifen.bauv.unibw-muenchen.de//gw06/.

November 6-8, 2006, ESA-ESRIN, Frascati, Italy.

ESA's intent is to hold the third in a series of International GOCE User Workshops from 6-8 November, 2006 at ESA-ESRIN, in Frascati, near Rome, Italy. Further information on Workshop objectives and themes, as well as details for abstract and paper/poster submission, are available on the Workshop web site: http://earth.esa.int/goce06.

November 10-11, 2006 Arlington, Virginia, USA

The 2006 International Symposium of ACM GIS will be the fourteenth of a series of symposia/workshops that began in 1993 with the aim of bringing together researchers, developers, users, and practitioners carrying out research and development in novel systems in which geospatial data and knowledge is central. Please visit the website http://www.itc.nl/acmgis06 for details.

November 13-14, 2006 Budapest, Hungary

The Permanent Seismological Commission was organised according to resolution of the Hungarian Geological Society of 9 November 1881. In the activity of the Commission took part the most prominent geologists, geographers and geophysicists of the country. Among them Radó Kövesligethy who made a lot to develop the theoretical backgrounds of seismology, organised the national network of earthquake observatories and was one of the founders of international collaboration in seismology.

To commemorate this anniversary of seismology in Hungary the Hungarian Academy of Sciences organises 13-14 November 2006 a meeting in the main building of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (Budapest, Roosevelt square 9).

For more information contact please Péter Varga (varga@seismology.hu)

IAG Sister Societies’ General Assemblies

August 14-25, 2006, Prague, Czech Republic

The XXVIth General Assembly of the International Astronomical Union (IAU) will be held in Prague, Czech Republic, in a city with a rich astronomical history going back to the middle of XIVth century, when the oldest central European university was established there. The webpage of the Assembly is http://www.astronomy2006.com.

October 8-12, 2006, Munich, Germany

The Organising Committee has the pleasure of cordially inviting you to Munich to attend the XXIII International FIG World Congress from 8 to 13 October 2006. This event will take place concurrently with the INTERGEO 2006, the largest international congress and fair for geodesy, geo-information and land management. For details, please visit http://www.fig2006.de.

September 24-28, 2007, Budapest, Hungary

The XIIIth Congress of International Society for Mine Surveying (ISM) will be held at Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest, Hungary. The preliminary program is available from the ISM website: http://www.ism.rwth-aachen.de.

The fast bibliography consists of a listing of papers relevant to Geodesy, that has been collected by the IAG Bibliographic Service (IBS) since previous issue of the fast bibliography (IAG Newsletter May 2006 and Journal of Geodesy 80/3). The IBS is based on the literary data bank GEOPHOKA, which is maintained by BKG (Budensamt für Kartographie und Geodäsie) at the Branch Office Leipzig, Leipzig Zentrale technisch – wissenschaftliche Angelegenheiten, Bibliothek, Karl-Rothe Strasse 10-14, 0415 Leipzig, Germany. The IBS can be reached at the following Internet address: http://www.leipzig.ifag.de. The bibliographic services are furthermore reachable through the homepage of IAG: http://www.iag-aig.org.

Abd-Elmotaal, Hussein A.: Modelling the long-period temporal variation of the gravity field, Bolletino di Geodesia e Scienze Affini, Firenze 64(2005)2. - pp. 77-91, 2005

Adhya, Sima, Ziebart, Marek, Sibthorpe, Ant, Arrowsmith, Peter, Cross, Paul: Thermal force modeling for precise prediction and determination of spacecraft orbits, Navigation : Journal of The Institute of Navigation, Alexandria, Virginia 52(Herbst 2005)3. - pp. 131-144, 2005

Asch, Kristine, Lahner, Lothar: Moderne Kartographie im Dienst der Geologie in der Bundesanstalt fuer Geowissenschaften und Rohstoffe, Kartographische Nachrichten, Bonn 55(2005)5. - pp. 258-264, 2005

Astronomisches Recheninstitut Heidelberg (Hrsg.), Schwan, H. (Bearb.), Wambsganss, J. (Bearb.): Apparent places of fundamental stars 2006 : for 64 stars selected from the Sixth Catalogue of Fundamental Stars, Geomatica, Karlsruhe : Braun, 2005. - 39 pp., 2005

Banyai, L.: Results in physical geodesy, Acta Geodaetica et Geophysica Hungarica, Budapest 40(2005)3-4. - pp. 307-315, 2005

Berterreche, Jean: User can locate themselves on the ground in real time : Real-time GPS network france enters in roll-out phase, GEOInformatics : Magazine for Surveying, Mapping and GIS Professionals, Emmeloord 8(2005)7. - pp. 46-47, 2005

Beying, Horst: Einsatz von praezisem DGPS bei T-Com, VDV-Magazin : Vermessung und Geoinformation, Wiesbaden 57(2006)1. - pp. 22-24, 2006

Bian, Shaofeng, Jin, Jihang, Fang, Zhaobao: The Beidou satellite positioning system and its positioning accuracy, Navigation : Journal of The Institute of Navigation, Alexandria, Virginia 52(Herbst 2005)3. - pp. 123-129, 2005

Boehm, Johannes: Numerische Wettermodelle fuer die troposphaerische Modellierung bei GPS und VLBI, Oesterreichische Zeitschrift fuer Vermessung und Geoinformation, Wien 93(2005)3. - pp. 139-144, 2005

Bulakh, E.G., Kishman-Lavanova, T.N.: Ob odnom approksimacionnom podkhode pri reshenii obratnojj zadachi gravimetrii v klasse dvumernykh kontaktnykh poverkhnostejj, Geofizicheskijj zhurnal, Kiev 27(2005)3. - pp. 427-443, 2005

Cebecauer, Tomas: Porovnanie vybranych metod tvorby tienovanych vizualizacii arealovych tematichych dat, Geodeticky a kartograficky obzor, Praha 51(2005)6-7. - pp. 150-156, 2005

Cogliano, Daniel del, Introcaso, Antonio: Gravity and GPS for geoid interpolation in Sierras de Tandil, Bolletino di Geodesia e Scienze Affini, Firenze 64(2005)3. - pp. 149-165, 2005

Colombo, Luigi, Marana, Barbara: La georeferenziazione, con tecniche GPS, del sistema Cave nella provincia di Bergamo, Rivista dell agenzia del Territorio, Roma 5(2005)3. - pp. 15-26, 2005

David, Holger: Galileo-Europas Zukunftsprojekt Nr. 1 : wirtschaftliche Aspekte, Vermessungsingenieur, Wiesbaden 56(2005)6. - pp. 527, 2005

Ditmar, P., Kuznetsov, V., van Eck van der Sluijs, A.A., Schrama, E., Klees, R.: 'DEOS_CHAMP-01C_70' : a model of the Earth's gravity field computed from accelerations of the CHAMP satellite, Journal of Geodesy, Berlin Vol. 79, Nr. 10-11, Feb. 2006. - pp. 586-601, 2006

Dong, Pinliang: Development of a GIS/GPS-based emergency response system, Geomatica, Ottawa 59(2005)4. - pp. 427-433, 2005

Droz, Fabien: Onboard Galileo atomic clocks : Current status and performance, GIM International : The Global Magazine for Geomatics, Lemmer 19(2005)11. - pp. 12-13, 2005

Dusek, Radek: Referencni plochy ve stredoskolskych ucebnicich geografie, Geodeticky a kartograficky obzor, Praha 51(2005)6-7. - pp. 124-128, 2005

Fattoruso, Grazia: Hydrography and geographic information systems : Removing inconsistencies in vector river networks extracted from cartography, GEOInformatics : Magazine for Surveying, Mapping and GIS Professionals, Emmeloord 8(2005)8. - pp. 48-49, 2005

Flury, Jakob: Short-wavelength spectral properties of the gravity field from a range of regional data sets, Journal of Geodesy, Berlin Vol. 79, Nr. 10-11, Feb. 2006. - pp. 624-640, 2006

Fotopoulos, G., Sideris, M.G.: Spatial modeling and analysis of adjusted residuals over a network of GPS-levelling benchmarks, Geomatica, Ottawa 59(2005)3. - pp. 251-262, 2005

Freeden, W., Schreiner, M.: Local multiscale modelling of geoid undulations from deflections of the vertical, Journal of Geodesy, Berlin Vol. 79, Nr. 10-11, Feb. 2006. - pp. 641-651, 2006

Friedel, Rene, Schuetzle, Rainer, Stober, Manfred: Entwicklung eines Testmanagements zur Genauigkeitsuntersuchung von SAPOS, Mitteilungen / Deutscher Verein fuer Vermessungswesen Landesverein Baden-Wuerttemberg e.V., Stuttgart 52(2005)2. - pp. 64-87, 2005

Froehlich, Hans, Broeker, Georg: Zum Verstaendnis der multiquadratischen Interpolation, VDV-Magazin : Vermessung und Geoinformation, Wiesbaden 57(2006)1. - pp. 6-8, 2006

Gaylor, David E., Glenn Lightsey E., Key, Kevin W., : Effects of multipath and signal blockage on GPS navigation in the vicinity of the International Space Station (ISS), Navigation : Journal of The Institute of Navigation, Alexandria, Virginia 52(Sommer 2005)2. - pp. 61-70, 2005

Gebre-Egziabher, Demoz, Razavi, Alireza, Enge, Per K., Gautier, Jennifer, Pullen, Sam, Pervan, Boris S., Akos, Dennis M.: Sensitivity and performance analysis of Doppler-aided GPS carrier-tracking loops, Navigation : Journal of The Institute of Navigation, Alexandria, Virginia 52(Sommer 2005)2. - pp. 49-60, 2005

Gerein, Neil, Olynik, Michael, Clayton, Michael, Auld, Jonathan, Murfin, Tony: Early results are in : Testing a prototype Galileo receiver, GPS World, Eugene, Oregon 16(2005)11. - pp. 26-33, 2005

Goerres, Barbara, Sager, Bernd, Campbell, James: Geodaetische Bestimmung von Bodenbewegungen im Bereich des Erftsprungsystems, ZfV : Zeitschrift fuer Geodaesie, Geoinformation und Landmanagement, Augsburg 131(2006)1. - pp. 16-24, 2006

Groves, Paul D.: GPS signal-to-noise measurement in weak signal and high-interference environments, Navigation : Journal of The Institute of Navigation, Alexandria, Virginia 52(Sommer 2005)2. - pp. 83-94, 2005

Haan, Herman de, Bruijn, Sonja de: Europe allots name to Galileo's first satellites : Launch Giove A in December 2005, GEOInformatics : Magazine for Surveying, Mapping and GIS Professionals, Emmeloord 8(2005)8. - pp. 6-7, 2005

Hay, Curtis: Directions 2006, GPS World, Eugene, Oregon 16(2005)12. - pp. 18-49, 2005

Hay, Curtis: Turn, Turn, Turn : Wheel-speed dead reckoning for vehicle navigation, GPS World, Eugene, Oregon 16(2005)10. - pp. 37-42, 2005

He , Xiufeng, Sang, Wengang, Chen, Yongqi, Ding, Xiaoli: Steep-slope monitoring : GPS multi-antenna system at Xiaowan dam, GPS World, Eugene, Oregon 16(2005)11. - pp. 20-25, 2005

Hecimovic, Zeljko, Basic, Tomislav: Sateltska misija Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE), Geodetski list, Zagreb 59(2005)3. - pp. 181-197, 2005

Hegedues, Istvan: The stressed shape of axisymmetric hexagonal nets, Periodica polytechnica : civil engineering, Budapest 49(2005)1. - pp. 3-12, 2005

Heinrichs, Guenter, Winkler, Jon, Drewes, Christian, Maurer, Linus, Springer, Andreas, Stuhlberger, Rainer, Wicpalek, Christian: To Locate a Phone or PDA : GNSS/UMTS Prototype for Mass-Market Applications, GPS World, Eugene, Oregon 17(2006)1. - pp. 20-27, 2006

Hrustincova, Gabriela: Hmatove mapy (tyflomapy), Geodeticky a kartograficky obzor, Praha 51(2005)6-7. - pp. 136-139, 2005

Hurte, Brad, Leisten, Oliver: Getting into pockets and purses : Antenna counters sensitivity loss in consumer devices, GPS World, Eugene, Oregon 16(2005)11. - pp. 34-38, 2005

Huszar, Zsolt, Hegedues, Istvan: Free vibrations of a paraboloid shell, Periodica polytechnica : civil engineering, Budapest 49(2005)1. - pp. 13-26, 2005

Hutton, Joseph, Mostafa, Mohamed M.R.: 10 years of direct georeferencing for airborne photogrammetry, GeoBIT, Heidelberg 10(2005)11, Sonderausgabe GIpp. - pp. 33-41, 2005

Kaminski, Waldemar: Local variance coefficients for defining the admissible interval for random errors, Bolletino di Geodesia e Scienze Affini, Firenze 64(2005)3. - pp. 167-180, 2005

Kay, Simon: Field area checks using GPS (2) : From theory to practice, GIM International : The Global Magazine for Geomatics, Lemmer 20(2006)1. - pp. 43-45, 2006

Kelley, Clifford, Baker, Douglas: OpenSource GPS : a hardware/software platform for learning GPS: Part I, hardware, GPS World, Eugene, Oregon 17(2006)1. - pp. 58-61, 2006

Kelly, John T.: 2006 GPS Receiver Survey, GPS World, Eugene, Oregon 17(2006)1. - pp. 36-57, 2006

Kelly, John T.: PPS versus SPS : Why military applications require military GPS, GPS World, Eugene, Oregon 17(2006)1. - pp. 28-35, 2006

Kern, Friedel, Schwenzer, Susanne Petra: Im Labyrinth der Koordinatensysteme : Probleme bei der Nutzung der amtlichen topographischen Karten, Mitteilungen / Deutscher Verein fuer Vermessungswesen Hessen und Thueringen, Wiesbaden 56(2005)1, 16(2005)1. - pp. 2-16, 2005

Kerr, Adam J., International Federation of Surveyors (Hrsg.): Hydrography and disaster management, Journal of Geodesy, Frederiksberg, 2005. - 7 pp. : Lit., 2005

Kiamehr, R.: A strategy for determining the regional geoid by combining limited ground data with satellite-based global geopotential and topographical models : a case study of Iran, Journal of Geodesy, Berlin Vol. 79, Nr. 10-11, Feb. 2006. - pp. 602-612, 2006

Kingdon, Robert, Vanicek, Petr, Santos, Marcelo, Ellmann, Artu, Tenzer, Robert: Towards an improved orthometric height system for Canada, Geomatica, Ottawa 59(2005)3. - pp. 241-249, 2005

Kosygin, V.Ju., Isaev, V.J.: Anomal'noe gravitacionnoe pole severo-zapada Tikhogo okeana, Geofizicheskijj zhurnal, Kiev 27(2005)3. - pp. 393-411, 2005

Kotsakis, Christopher: Unbiasedness vs. Unboundedness : an alternative perspective on the principle of least-squares estimation, Bolletino di Geodesia e Scienze Affini, Firenze 64(2005)3. - pp. 183-190, 2005

Krause, Reinhard (Hrsg.), Tiede, Joern (Hrsg.): Kontinental-Verschiebungen : Originalnotizen und Literaturauszuege von Alfred Wegener, Berichte zur Polar- und Meeresforschung, Bremerhaven, 2005, Nr. 516. - 420 pp. : Abb., 2005

Krupinski, Hans-Dieter: Stadtumbau als Aufgabe fuer eine integrierte Wohnungs- und Staedtebaupolitik in strukturschwachen Regionen, Flaechenmanagement und Bodenordnung : Zeitschrift fuer Liegenschaftswesen, Planung und Vermessung, Neuwied 67(2005)5. - pp. 197-205, 2005

Kucharski, Daniel: Analysis of polynomial approximation algorithms of compression method for satellite laser ranging measurements, Artificial Satellites : Journal of Planetary Geodesy, Warszawa 40(2005)4. - pp. 261-268, 2005

Kulkarni, Madhav N.: Indian GPS programme for earthquake studies : Permanent, semi-permanent and campaign-mode GPS network, GIM International : The Global Magazine for Geomatics, Lemmer 20(2006)1. - pp. 37-39, 2006

Leibnitz-Institut fuer Laenderkunde (Hrsg.): Jahresbericht 2004/2005, Journal of Geodesy, Leipzig : Selbstverl., 2006. - 148 pp. : Abb., 2006

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