EUREF

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EUREFEuropean Reference Frame
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I heard one radio presenter claim the 48-hour extension - which facilitated another 433,000 registrations - was justified because, unlike those in the media, ordinary people don't spend huge amounts of time thinking about the EURef. Which is pretty insulting to "ordinary people" who would have to be deaf, dumb, blind and terminally stupid not to know - or care - that there's a referendum on June 23.
The EUREF GPS network consists of about 250 permanent stations (Fig.
Data acquisition rate has been set to 1 second, and in accordance with the requirements of ASG-PL and EUREF, observation intervals are thinned to 5 sec.
The author is grateful for GNSS data provided by the International GNSS Service, EUREF Permanent Network, and the European Space Agency (ESA) as well as for NAPEOS software made available by ESA.
And unlike in the EUref, the Scottish Parliament ensured that European citizens who lived and worked in Scotland had a right to vote.
The treatment of permanent tide in EUREF products, in Symposium of the IAG Sub-commission for Europe (EUREF), June 17-21, 2008, Brussels, Belgium.
The direction of this research coincides with the various working groups activities and multifunctional services of the International Association of Geodesy (IAG), International Service GNSS, EUREF Permanent GPS Network, The Global Geodetic Observing System (Santamaria-Gomez, 2010), EPOS - European surveillance system for plates (Lidberg et al., 2014; Fernandes, 2014; Hatanaka et al., 2003; Pospisil et al., 2017; Klos and Bogusz, 2017).