GRS

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GRSGlobal Response Staff (US CIA)
GRSGraduate School (universities)
GRSGemeentelijk Ruimtelijk Structuurplan (Dutch: Municipal Spatial Structure; Belgium)
GRSGrand Rapids Symphony (Michigan)
GRSGender Reassignment Surgery
GRSGlobal Registry Services
GRSGlobal Registry System
GRSGeneral Resource Selector
GRSGlobal Resource Serialization
GRSGlobal Roaming Server
GRSGuided Roller System
GRSGeneric Record Syntax
GRSGrass Valley (Amtrak station code; Grass Valley, CA)
GRSGreat Red Spot (feature of Jupiter)
GRSGalaxy Redshift Survey (astronomy)
GRSGamma Ray Spectrometer
GRSGeodetic Reference System (datum)
GRSGraduate Research Symposium (various schools)
GRSGeneral Records Schedules
GRSGeoscience and Remote Sensing (Symposium)
GRSGulf Region South (US Army Corps of Engineers)
GRSGhost Research Society
GRSGeneral Railway Signal (now part of ALSTOM Transport; railway signaling equipment supplier)
GRSGraduation Rate Survey
GRSGeosynthetic-Reinforced Soil
GRSGesellschaft für Anlagen- und Reaktorsicherheit mbH (German: Society for Reactor Safety)
GRSGlobal Resource Serialization (IBM)
GRSGreat River School (St. Paul, MN)
GRSGamma Ray Source
GRSGroup Reset
GRSGeneral Reconnaissance School
GRSGerman Railway Society (est. 1981; UK)
GRSGeneral Revenue Sharing
GRSGovernment Records Section (Society of American Archivists)
GRSGalvanized Rigid Steel
GRSGroundwater Replenishment System (Fountain Valley, CA)
GRSGraves Registration Service
GRSGlobal Reference System
GRSGovernance Reform Secretariat (Sierra Leone)
GRSGrasslands Research Station (various locations)
GRSGenerale de Rehabilitation Services
GRSGraduate Recruitment Scheme (various locations)
GRSGenital Reconstruction Surgery
GRSGrain Shape
GRSGovernment Relations Services (independent consulting firm)
GRSGamma Rho Sigma (fraternity)
GRSGuaranteed Rental Scheme (various locations)
GRSGuilford Rail System
GRSGerman Radar Symposium
GRSGroupe Révolution Socialiste (French: Socialist Revolution Group, Martinique)
GRSGeneralized Reed-Solomon (coding scheme)
GRSGas Reservoir Suspension (automotive)
GRSGeriatrics Review Syllabus
GRSGlobal Reservation Service
GRSGunner Restraint System (military vehicles)
GRSGlobal Reservation System
GRSGlobal Repair Service
GRSFaculty of Global and Regional Studies (Doshisha University; Japan)
GRSGlobal Reconnaissance-Strike (USAF doctrine)
GRSGolabi-Rosen Syndrome
GRSGeneric Recording System
GRSGaseous Radwaste System
GRSGainesville Rose Society (Florida, USA)
GRSGeometric Radiating Surface
GRSGreedy Routing Scheme
GRSGamma Remote Sensing Spectrometer
GRSGlobal Resolution Service
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Calculation of plain is performed in Cartesian coordinates system (0, X, Y, Z) with the starting point connected to measuring instrument (total station) which position is known in geodetic reference system. In the calculations the equation of a normal plain was used:
Geodetic Reference System 1980, in Bulletin Geodesique.
The data are related to the International Gravity Standardization Net 1971 (IGSN71), which means also that physical, geometrical and other values should be related to the Geodetic Reference System 1980 (GRS-80).
Today, the WGS84 (World Geodetic System of 1984) and GRS1980 (Geodetic Reference System of 1980) ellipsoids are the ellipsoids preferred by cartographers worldwide and represent the best fit for the entire geoid.
(i.e., federal, state, local, and private sector joint efforts) to establish a multipurpose land information system based on the National Geodetic Reference System. This approach will be used as a pilot and will be showcased as the basis for implementing similar programs in other communities.
Inclusion of GPS data into the National Geodetic Reference System (NGRS), often referred to as "blue booking," is well worth the small amount of cost and effort required.
NCGS is working with the USGS and NGS on a pilot project to incorporate the USGS third order bench mark information into the National Geodetic Reference System so that the level of information can be adjusted into the New North American Vertical Datum of 1988.