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2004-12-22

December 2004

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Gyula Tóth
IAG Newsletter

December 2004

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. 1

IAG Membership Application Form 2005. 1

Latest developments on the IAG website. 2

New GPS Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) Policy. 3

Meeting Announcements. 4

IAG Sponsored Meetings. 4

The 2004 International Symposium on GPS/GNSS (GNSS 2004) 4

IAG-IASPEI Joint Capacity Building Workshop. 4

International IGeS Geoid School 5

International Symposium on Geodetic Deformation Monitoring - From Geophysical to Engineering Roles. 5

International Workshop on “Deformation and Gravity Change: Indicators of Isostasy, Tectonics, Volcanism and Climate Change”  5

Dynamic Planet 2005. 5

7th conference on Optical 3-D Measurement Techniques. 5

IAG Related Meetings. 5

12th International Symposium on Deformation Measurement 5

The 2nd International Specialized Forum GeoForm+. 5

IAG Sister Societies’ General Assemblies. 6

FIG Working Week and GSDI-8 – “From Pharaohs to Geoinformatics”. 6

ICC2005 Conference. 6

Meeting Proceedings. 6

INGEO 2004 and FIG Regional Central and Eastern European Conference on Engineering Surveying. 6

Fast Bibliography. 6

 

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

IAG Membership Application Form 2005

 

The Membership Application Form 2005 in PDF can be downloaded from the IAG website: http://www.iag-aig.org. Those members, whose membership expires by the end of 2004 may consider renewing their membership for 2005 or longer period (2005-2008). The IAG Communication and Outreach Branch is continuing to improve the service, especially for the IAG individual members

 

 

Latest developments on the IAG website

 

During the last few months, some new developments have been made on the IAG website (http://www.iag-aig.org). First of all the contact database of the IAG members has been stored in a MySQL database, which can be queried by the members. The contact database contains all the personal information of the members which are listed on the IAG Membership Application Form excluding the payment details.

Since the e-mail address of each member is stored in the database, the possibility to log in to a restricted area of the website has been established. The username is always the e-mail address, and the first password is issued by the system automatically. Both the e-mail address (username) and the password can be modified by the user after logging in. If any of these login data is modified, the Member receives an automatic e-mail notification from the system.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

After logging in to the IAG Member Area, one can use the following functions:

  • Check own personal details
  • Change own personal details
  • Change password
  • Find a Colleague (by Membership ID, by Name, by Institute, by Country)
  • Access the Members’ Area on the IAG website

 

Using the IAG website, each member may update her/his personal data. Hence the members are responsible for keeping the contact database always up-to-date. The members may choose which personal information should be public and which should be kept private. In the queries only those details will be displayed, which are set to be public. However the full name, title and the home country is always displayed.

 

Each member may define her/his fields of interest. In the future the queries will include a query using field of interest, too. With this option one can easily find people with the same field of interest even in other countries easily.

The system is totally flexible, new fields can be added easily by the IAG COB. If You have any suggestions, please do not hesitate to contact us at the following e-mail address:

 

iagcob@iag-aig.org

 

Using the “Find a Colleague” option on the side menus, one can run various queries. One may query the database using Member ID, Name, Institution, Country. The option of selecting people using their field of interest is coming up soon.

The matching persons are listed in the popup window on the left hand side of the screen. The personal details can be displayed in the window on the middle of the screen by clicking on the names.

 

There’s also a restricted area in the IAG website, which can be visited by the members only. After loggin in, one can visit these pages.

Any written materials are welcome to this part of the IAG website.

 

Future plans

 

Currently the database contains some 200 records, we also plan to upload the personal details found in the IAG Directory, too. To avoid redundancy, all of the personal details of the members and other people will be stored in the same database. All of the people who are in the database will be allowed to maintain her/his own personal information, however only IAG members will be able to use the query functions and visit the restricted pages of the IAG website.

 

IAG Forum

 

We would also like to draw Your attention to the IAG Forum, which is available in the menu system. Currently only a few topics have been opened on the Forum. However this function could provide a good background for open scientific or other discussions, too. Anyone, who visits the IAG website may register herself/himself and open new discussion topics on the Forum.

 

Please note that any comments and suggestions are welcomed, as we would like to enhance the service provided by the IAG COB.

 

 

Szabolcs Rózsa

IAG Webmaster

New GPS Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) Policy

 

United StatesGPS Industry Council Welcomes New White House GPS Policy

 

WASHINGTON, Dec. 15, 2004 -- The United States GPS Industry Council (USGIC) welcomes the announcement of the new Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) Policy signed by President Bush. The policy sets forth a forward-looking framework for the management of GPS and its augmentations. As the second Presidential statement in less than a decade, the PNT policy demonstrates U.S. foresight in shaping the global environment to meet the dynamic needs of GPS users worldwide.

 

The new policy updates the foundation laid by the 1996 Presidential Decision Directive (PDD) on GPS. It maintains an unambiguous U.S. commitment to the essential principles of open access, free of direct user fees, for civilian users worldwide. The PNT policy recognizes the importance of protecting the radio spectrum from interference, in which GPS and other satellite navigation services operate. This U.S. policy addresses interaction with other countries’ PNT services, including Russia’s Glonass and Europe’s Galileo systems. In addition, the U.S. Government commits to continued technological improvements, such as GPS Modernization.

 

“Today information technologies arrive at a rapid rate. Sustaining growth long-term is the real challenge. This directive demonstrates that a stable policy-making process exists and is one that can handle future challenges,” said Charles R. Trimble, USGIC Chairman. “GPS continues to be a model success story as a result of careful policy decisions such as this announcement by the President today. The real significance is that users worldwide can be confident that GPS will continue to grow and evolve to meet their needs as a global information utility.”

 

“This is an exciting period for the GPS industry,” said Mike Swiek, USGIC Executive Director. “PNT applications are becoming incorporated into the fabric of our daily lives. With the addition of new GPS capabilities, and the eventual emergence of new PNT systems from Europe and Japan, it is clear that manufacturers and users will have a staggering choice of positioning solutions. It is reassuring that the U.S. Government is taking clear steps to stay ahead of the curve in managing this vital resource.” 

 

Established in 1991, the United States GPS Industry Council (USGIC) is the leading organization worldwide representing the interests of the satellite navigation industry. The USGIC is a collaborative model of industry, government, and users working together to make GPS and satellite navigation a global technology success, and a key component in the global information technology infrastructure. Council members include GPS satellite manufacturers, military and commercial GPS receiver manufacturers, GPS user associations, and educational institutions. Through its strong relations with similar GPS councils overseas, USGIC serves as a technical information resource to US policy makers, as well as government agencies and legislative offices worldwide.

 

 

The following are comments from Mike Swiek, Executive Director, USGPS Industry Council

 

Subject: Media Reaction to PNT Policy Statement

 

We have been receiving some media inquiries concerning the PNT policy statement, which, unfortunately, seem to be focusing on the issue of under which conditions the President would disrupt GPS service, particularly over the US homeland.  We feel that this misses the larger and more beneficial points of the policy statement, and have been responding along the following lines:

 

Concerning the portions of the Presidential policy statement dealing with circumstances under which GPS could be denied to users:

 

1)       This is really “old news” as the US Government has always, and prudently so, reserved the right to deny GPS in areas of conflict to protect US and allied forces in theaters of conflict.  This is usually accomplished through localized jamming, is not a system-wide denial, and is accomplished with a consideration to producing minimal disruption to legitimate users in adjacent areas.

 

2)       The US has also, always reserved the right to deny GPS during times of national emergency, but any decision to do so is only possible at the highest levels of government, and can be taken only by the national command authorities.  The US authorities fully realize how essential GPS is to national and global infrastructures, and any such decision would not be made lightly.  To show how serious and unusual an action this may be, GPS has never been “turned off”, and even continued to operate during the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.

 

Instead, we view the real significance of the new policy statement to be that it is a forward looking document that demonstrates that the US authorities who own and manage GPS are taking steps to ensure that GPS remains a reliable global utility for legitimate civilian users even as the global environment for satellite navigation continues to evolve.  It is a very constructive step.  I have attached a copy of our news release on this event.

 

F. Michael Swiek

Executive Director

United States GPS Industry Council

*******************

 

Contrary to erroneous reporting by some parts of the media, there is no plan or provision in the policy to shutdown the GPS network <http://www.fcw.com/fcw/articles/2004/1213/web-gps-12-16-04.asp>.

Hopefully, the information provided above will be helpful in getting the facts straight on important provisions of the new policy while dispelling the misinformation or misinterpretations.

Larry Hothem

 

IAG Sponsored Meetings

6-8 December 2004, Sydney, Australia

Internet: www.gnss2004.org.

IAG-IASPEI Joint Capacity Building Workshop

17-23 January 2005, Miramare-Trieste, Italy

The Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), will organize a Workshop on Deformation Measurements and Understanding Natural Hazards in Developing Countries. The Workshop will be co-sponsored by IAG, IASPEI and IUGG. Please visit http://agenda.ictp.trieste.it/smr.php?1642 for more information.

International IGeS Geoid School

31 January- 5 February 2005, Budapest, Hungary

The next International IGeS School on "The Determination and Use of the Geoid" will be at Budapest, Hungary. The preliminary program and related information is available at http://www.iag-aig.org.

17-19 March, 2005, Jaén (Spain)

The International Symposium on Geodetic Deformation Monitoring: From Geophysical to Geodetic Roles will be held at the University of Jaén (Spain) from 17th to 19th March 2005. The Symposium will be hosted by the Geodesy Research Group of the University of Jaén. For more information please visit the workshop web site at  http://www.ujaen.es/huesped/gdeforma/.

1-4 March  2005, Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain

The International Workshop on “Deformation and Gravity Change: Indicators of Isostasy, Tectonics, Volcanism and Climate Change” will be held at Casa de los Volcanes (a scientific and cultural meeting place) on Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain. Organizers are José Fernández (jose_fernandez@mat.ucm.es) and Detlef Wolf (dasca@gfz-potsdam.de).

"Monitoring and Understanding a Dynamic Planet with Geodetic and Oceanographic Tools"

A Joint Assembly of the IAG, IAPSO and IABO

22 - 26 August 2005, Cairns , Australia

Scientists from all countries are invited to participate in this unique conference – a joint assembly of the International Association of Geodesy (IAG), International Association for Physical Sciences of the Oceans (IAPSO), and the International Association for Biological Oceanography (IBO). For further information, please visit the Dynamic Planet website http://www.dynamicplanet2005.com.

3-5 October 2005, Vienna , Austria

The 7th conference on "Optical 3-D Measurement Techniques" will be held from October 3-5, 2005 in Vienna, Austria and is co-sponsored by the ISPRS Commission V, the FIG Commission 5 and 6, and the IAG Sub-commission 4.2. The conference website is: http://info.tuwien.ac.at/ingeo/optical3d/o3d.htm. The first announcement in pdf format can be downloaded from the conference website at: http://info.tuwien.ac.at/ingeo/optical3d/o3d1st.pdf.

 

IAG Related Meetings

12-15 September 2005, Qingdao , China

You are cordially invited to the 12th International Symposium on Deformation Measurements organized by Commission 6 of the International Federation of Surveyors (FIG) to be held in Qingdao, China, 12-15 September 2005. Please visit the conference website for further information: http://www.fig.net/isdm12.

14-17 March 2005, Moscow, Russia

The major Geo event on Russian market. The forum unites four exhibitions: GeoMap - Geodesy, cartography, geoinformation and control systems, navigation; GeoTech -  Technologies and equipment for exploring natural resources; GeoTunnel - Technologies and equipment for tunnel construction; GeoMineral - Industrial Minerals - mining, extracting, preparation, recycling. The conference website can be reached at the following address: http://www.geoexpo.ru/defaulteng.stm.

 

IAG Sister Societies’ General Assemblies

 16-21 April 2005, Cairo , Egypt

Read more about technical and social programme, pre-conference workshops etc. at http://www.fig.net/cairo. The event is organized together with GSDI-8. Please visit the web site also for pre-conference workshops like the "Virtual Academy and the Surveying/Geoinformatics Community" to be held April 16, 2005.

9-16 July 2005, A Coruña, Spain

The XXII International Cartographic Conference (ICC) is the most important event in the International Cartographic Association (ICA) calendar. Please visit http://www.icc2005.org for details.

 

Meeting Proceedings

Bratislava, Slovakia, November 11-13, 2004

Proceedings of the conference are available online at: http://www.fig.net/pub/bratislava/programme.htm.

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 September 2004 and Journal of Geodesy 78/4-5). 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.

 

Ahrens, Burckhardt: Ein Algorithmus zur Restklaffenverteilung mit der Natural Neighbour Interpolation, Vermessungsingenieur, Wiesbaden 55(2004)4. - pp. 286-290, 2004

Bogusz, Janusz: Investigation of tidal gravity changes in Astrogeodetic Observatory in Jozefoslaw, Artif. satell. : j. planet. geod., Warszawa 39(2004)2. - pp. 195-203, 2004

Bohle, Hans-Georg: Geographien von Gewalt - Kulturgeographische Interpretationen des Buergerkrieges auf Sri Lanka, Petermanns geogr. Mitt., Gotha 148(2004)2. - pp. 22-29, 2004

Born, Andreas;Borowy, Carsten;Venzke, Joerg-Friedhelm: Nordseekueste: Untere Ems, Dollart und Borkum, Petermanns geogr. Mitt., Gotha 148(2004)2. - pp. 38-43, 2004

Carlson, Christopher R.;Gerdes, J. Christian;Powell, J. David: Error sources when land vehicle dead reckoning with differential wheelspeeds, Navigation : j. Inst. Navig., Alexandria, Virginia 51(Fruehjahr 2004)1. - pp. 13-27, 2004

Dahl Omang, Ove Christian: Nye globale satellittbaserte tyngdemodeller, Kart plan, Oslo 96(2003)4. - pp. 199-203, 2003

Dahlke, Christine;Bork, Hans-Rudolf: Der 'Grosse Sprung nach Vorne' - Chinas verschwiegene Gesellschafts- und Umweltkrise, Petermanns geogr. Mitt., Gotha 148(2004)2. - pp. 54-63, 2004

Dailidiene, Inga;Stankevicius, Algirdas;Tilickis, Benediktas: Kursiu mariu ir pietrytines Baltijos juros dalies vandens lygio daugiamecius syvravimu analizes metodologiniai ypatumai, Geod. kartogr., Vilnius 30(2004)2. - pp. 58-64, 2004

Delsole, Timothy: Stochastic models of quasigeostrophic turbulence, Surveys geophys., Dordrecht 25(2004)2. - pp. 107-149, 2004

Demhardt, Imre J.: Inseln: In den 'bruellenden Vierzigern' des Suedens, Petermanns geogr. Mitt., Gotha 148(2004)2. - pp. 72-73, 2004

Dittmann, Andreas: Das 'New Great Game' der Aufbauhilfe in Afghanistan, Petermanns geogr. Mitt., Gotha 148(2004)2. - pp. 66-71, 2004

Doi, Koichiro;Imae, Naoya;Iwanta, Naoyosi;Seo, Noritsune: GPS observations on the Antarctic ice sheet conducted during JARE-41, Antarctic rec., Tokio 48(2004)1. - pp. 7-18, 2004

Dost, Kurt: Corporate profiles 2004, GPS World, Eugene, Oregon 15(2004)6. - pp. 39-56, 2004

Dost, Kurt: Going the distance : a GPS solution for TSD ralllies, GPS World, Eugene, Oregon 15(2004)6. - pp. 30-38, 2004

El-Gelil, Mahmoud Abd;El-Rabbany, Ahmed: Where's my bus? Radio signposts, dead reckoning, and GPS, GPS World, Eugene, Oregon 15(2004)6. - pp. 68-72, 2004

Engen, Oevind: Fast fjell - et flytende grunnlag, Kart plan, Oslo 97(2004)1. - pp. 6-9, 2004

Forcher-Mayr, Matthias;Pranger, Ingrid: Ethnische Heterogenitaet und Konflikte in Kenia, Petermanns geogr. Mitt., Gotha 148(2004)2. - pp. 82-87, 2004

Forman, Oldrich: Optimilaziace navrhu mereni GPS, Geod. kartogr. obzor, Praha 50(2004)6. - pp. 126-129, 2004

Forman, Oldrich;Skorepa, Zdenek: Pouziti genetickych algoritmu pri vyrovani, Geod. kartogr. obzor, Praha 49(2003)9. - pp. 183-187, 2003

Gabor, Michael J.;Nerem, R. Steven: Characteristics of satellite-satellite single-difference widelane fractional carrier-phase biases, Navigation : j. Inst. Navig., Alexandria, Virginia 51(Fruehjahr 2004)1. - pp. 77-92, 2004

Gredel, Roland: OPTICON : Ein europaeisches Netzwerk fuer die astronomische Forschung, Sterne Weltraum, Muenchen 43(2004)6. - pp. 19-20, 2004

Harsson, Bjoern Geirr: Om den nye standarden Koordinatbasert referansesystem (KRS), Kart plan, Oslo 97(2004)1. - pp. 57-60, 2004

Hoepfner, Joachim: Low-frequency variations, Chandler and annual wobbles of polar motion as observed over one century, Surveys geophys., Dordrecht 25(2004)1. - pp. 1-54, 2004

Huber, Georg: Der Geoinformationsdienst der Bundeswehr, Petermanns geogr. Mitt., Gotha 148(2004)2. - pp. 20-21, 2004

Ifadis, Ivannis M.;Mavrichis, Abraham P.: Beginn einer neuen Aera in der Vermessung : Interview mit Johannes Schwarz, Heerbrugg, Vermessungsingenieur, Wiesbaden 55(2004)4. - pp. 264-266, 2004

Ifadis, Ivannis M.;Mavrichis, Abraham P.: Organic agriculture : a GIS approach, Geod., kartogr., zemeustrojjstvo, Sofija 44(2004)3-4. - pp. 21-25, 2004

Kaczorowski, Marek: Water-tube tiltmeter in Low Silesian Geophysical Observatory : preliminary results of observations, Artif. satell. : j. planet. geod., Warszawa 39(2004)2. - pp. 147-154, 2004

Kager, Helmut: Simultaneous Georeferencing of Aerial Laser Scanner Strips, Oesterr. Z. Vermess. Geoinf., Wien 91(2003)4. - pp. 235-242, 2003

Kalarus, Maciej;Kosek, Wieslaw: Prediction of polar motion by artificial neural networks, Artif. satell. : j. planet. geod., Warszawa 39(2004)2. - pp. 175-184, 2004

Kobayashi, Akio;Yoshida, Akio: Crustal defomation in an extended area after the 1946 Nankai earthquake deduced from tide gauge records, J. Geod. Soc. Japan, Tsukuba 50(2004)1. - pp. 39-42, 2004

Kobayashi, Yuki;Iwano, Sachiko;Fukuda, Yoichi: Detailed coastline data around Syowa Station, Antarctica, and calculation of the oceanic tidal loading effects, J. Geod. Soc. Japan, Tsukuba 50(2004)1. - pp. 17-26, 2004

Kolaczek, Barbara: Landmark of the history of investigations of polar motion, nutation and time, Artif. satell. : j. planet. geod., Warszawa 39(2004)1. - pp. 7-38, 2004

Kontny, Bernard;Bosy, Jaroslaw;Borkowski, Andrzej: Correlation between EPN station velocities and the tectonics of Europe, Artif. satell. : j. planet. geod., Warszawa 39(2004)2. - pp. 165-173, 2004

Kopp, Horst: Geographische Gesellschaften - Vermittler von geographischem Wissen, Petermanns geogr. Mitt., Gotha148(2004)2. - pp. 91-93, 2004

Kosek, Wieslaw: Possible excitation of the Chandler wobble by variable geophysical annual cycle, Artif. satell. : j. planet. geod., Warszawa 39(2004)2. - pp. 135-145, 2004

Kostelecky, Jan;Tochackova, Vlasta: Software pro primou transformaci mezi ETRS89 a S-JTSK - testovani presnosti, Geod. kartogr. obzor, Praha 50(2004)1. - pp. 3-8, 2004

Kraas, Frauke: Globales Konfliktpanorama 2003, Petermanns geogr. Mitt., Gotha 148(2004)2. - pp. 52-53, 2004

Kraas, Frauke: Konfliktpotentiale und Konfliktbewaeltigung in der ASEAN : Hernn Prof. Dr. Hermann Hambloch zum 75. Geburtstag, Petermanns geogr. Mitt., Gotha 148(2004)2. - pp. 44-51, 2004

Krankowski, Andrzej: Variability of Total Electron Content at European latitudes, Artif. satell. : j. planet. geod., Warszawa 39(2004)2. - pp. 205-213, 2004

Kraszewska, K.;Rutkowska, M.: Estimation of shift of station position from the SLR data, Artif. satell. : j. planet. geod., Warszawa 39(2004)2. - pp. 185-193, 2004

Kreft, Heinrich: Die USA - Stabilitaetsanker fuer Asien?, Petermanns geogr. Mitt., Gotha 148(2004)2. - pp. 32-37, 2004

Lachapelle, G.;Kuusniemi, H.;Dao, D.T.H.;MacGougan, G.;Cannon, M.E.: HSGPS signal analysis and performance under various indoor conditions, Navigation : j. Inst. Navig., Alexandria, Virginia 51(Fruehjahr 2004)1. - pp. 29-43, 2004

Lastovicka, Jan;Bremer, Juergen: An overview of long-term trends in the lower ionosphere below 120 km, Surveys geophys., Dordrecht 25(2004)1. - pp. 69-99, 2004

Marincic, Dalibor;Bilopavlovic, Vinko: Geoinformacijski sustav bunarskih busotina, Geod. list, Zagreb 58(2004)2. - pp. 143-151, 2004

Marti, Urs: Aufbau der neuen Landesvermessung der Schweiz 'LV95'. Teil 10. Das Geoid der Schweiz 1998 'CHGEO98', swisstopo-Doku, Wabern, 2002, Nr. 16. - 69 pp. : Abb., Tab., Lit., 2002

Matsuoka, Masayoshi;Rock, Stephen M.;Bualat, Maria G.: Rover, go your own way : self-calibrating pseudolite array, GPS World, Eugene, Oregon 15(2004)6. - pp. 14-16, 18-20, 22, 2004

Mioc, Vasile;Stavinschi, Magda: Stability of satellite orbits around nonspherical planets, Artif. satell. : j. planet. geod., Warszawa 39(2004)2. - pp. 129-133, 2004

Mischuk, Georg: Piraterie in Suedostasien, Petermanns geogr. Mitt., Gotha148(2004)2. - pp. 74-79, 2004

Moritz, Helmut: Relativity and geodesy, Artif. satell. : j. planet. geod., Warszawa 39(2004)2. - pp. 113-119, 2004

Nahavandchi, Hossein: The quest for a precise geoidal height model, Kart plan, Oslo 97(2004)1. - pp. 46-56, 2004

Nastula, Jolanta;Kolaczek, Barbara: Analysis of seasonal and subseasonal variations of polar motion in the Earth's Rotation Division of the Space Research Center, Artif. satell. : j. planet. geod., Warszawa 39(2004)1. - pp. 75-108, 2004

Niel, Kimberly van;Laffan, Shawn W.: Berlin's changing geography, Erde, Berlin 134(2003)3. - pp. 219-342, 2003

Niel, Kimberly van;Laffan, Shawn W.: Gambling with randomness: the use of pseudo-random number generators in GIS, Int. j. geogr. inf. sci., London 17(2003)1. - pp. 49-68, 2003

Nogales Galan, Jose Manuel;Polo Garcia, Maria Eugenia;Cortes Ruiz, Tomas: Estimacion del error en la determinacion de la superficie de una parcela, Topogr. cartogr., Madrid Vol. 21, 2004, Nr. 121. - pp. 3-4, 6-8, 2004

O'Keefe, Kyle;Lachapelle, Gerard;Skone, Susan: GPS goes Martian : Nav/Com for a red planet, GPS World, Eugene, Oregon 15(2004)6. - pp. 24-28, 2004

Oevstedal, Ola;Ofstad, Arne Edmund: Desimeter noeyaktighet ved kinematisk punktbestemmelse med en GPS-mottaker, Kart plan, Oslo 97(2004)1. - pp. 10-19, 2004

Panza, G.F. (Hrsg.);Varga, P. (Hrsg.): First International Conference 'Science and Technology for Safe Development of Lifeline Systems' Sofia, 4-5 November 2003, Bulgaria, Acta geod. geophys. Hung., Budapest39(2004)2-3. - pp. 135-337, 2004

Pedersen, Laust B.;Oskooi, Behrooz: Airborne VLF measurements and variations of ground conductivity : a tutorial, Surveys geophys., Dordrecht25(2004)2. - pp. 151-181, 2004

Petovello, M.G.;Cannon, M.E.;Lachapelle, G.: Benefits of using a tactical-grade IMU for high-accuracy positioning, Navigation : j. Inst. Navig., Alexandria, Virginia 51(Fruehjahr 2004)1. - pp. 1-12, 2004

Pfetsch, Frank R.: Geopolitische Implikationen der 'Neuen Weltordnung', Petermanns geogr. Mitt., Gotha148(2004)2. - pp. 6-11, 2004

Reuber, Paul;Wolkersdoefer, Guenter: Auf der Suche nach der Weltordnung? Geopolitische Leitbilder und ihre Rolle in den Krisen und Konflikten des neuen Jahrtausends, Petermanns geogr. Mitt., Gotha148(2004)2. - pp. 12-19, 2004

Rodrigues, Fabiano S.;Aquino, Marcio H.O.;Dodson, Alan;Moore, Terry;Waugh, Sam: Statistical analysis of GPS ionospheric scientillation and short-time TEC variations over Northern Europe, Navigation : j. Inst. Navig., Alexandria, Virginia 51(Fruehjahr 2004)1. - pp. 59-75, 2004

Rogowski, Jerzy B.: Determination of deformation parameters at Jozefoslaw Astrogeodetic Observatory, Artif. satell. : j. planet. geod., Warszawa 39(2004)1. - pp. 57-74, 2004

Roth, Achim;Hoffmann, Joern: Die dreidimensionale Kartierung der Erde, Kartogr. Nachr., Bonn 54(2004)3. - pp. 123-129, 2004

Sanjose Blasco, Jose Juan de: Estimacion de la Dinamica de los Glaciares Rocosos mediante Modelizacion Ambiental y Tecnicas Fotogrametricas Automaticas (II), Topogr. cartogr., Madrid Vol. 21, 2004, Nr. 121. - pp. 22-24, 26-27, 2004

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Schuh, Harald;Boehm, Johannes: Tropospheric parameters over two decades determined by VLBI as a contribution to climatological studies, Artif. satell. : j. planet. geod., Warszawa 39(2004)2. - pp. 121-128, 2004

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