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The intensive brown coal mining activities occurring since the mid-fifties of the last century in the Lower Rhine Embayment have caused massive landscape changes. Less obvious but equally dramatic are the effects on the Earth's surface such as ground movements which are mainly due to groundwater...
The kinematic survey of roads and railways is becoming a much more common data acquisition method. The development of the Mobile Road Mapping System (MoSES) has reached a level that allows the use of kinematic survey technology for high precision applications. The system is equipped with cameras...
In the geodesy science, the heights determined by Global Positioning System (GPS) measurements are related to the perpendicular distance above the reference ellipsoid, while heights above Mean Sea Level (MSL) are determined with respect to geoid. The datum that defines the MSL (also called the...
The Sichuan-Yunnan region is located in the southeast of the Tibetan Plateau. The pattern of its crustal motion and deformation plays an important role in understanding the continental tectonic deformation. In this paper, 249 high precision GPS velocities are used to estimate the crustal motion...
The integration of Global Positioning System (GPS) with Inertial Navigation System (INS) has been widely used in many applications for positioning and orientation purposes. Traditionally, random walk (RW), Gauss-Markov (GM), and autoregressive (AR) processes have been used to develop the...
The purpose of this paper is to develop an improved local geoid model for Hungary combining GPS and leveling height data with a local gravimetric geoid model, via corrector surface, which accounts for datum inconsistencies, long-wavelength geoid errors and vertical network distortions. The...
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