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Implantação do pilar ruju Botucatu na UNESP para integração ao Sistema Geodésico Brasileiro
The objective of this work was to implant a geodesic pillar in the campus of Botucatu (Rubião Júnior) of the São Paulo State University (UNESP), using active stations of the Brazilian Net of Continuous Monitoring (RBMC) ...
Geodetic Reference Frame for the Americas
(Geodetical Information & Trading Centre, 2013-03)
SIRGAS (an acronym of the Spanish term for ‘Geocentric Reference System for the Americas’) is an international organisation under the umbrella of the International Association of Geodesy (IAG) and the Pan-American Institute ...
National Report on research activies in volcanology 1967-1971, at the XV General Assembly of International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics IUGG, Moscow, 30 july to august 1971.
(Comité Nacional Chileno de Geodesía y Geofísica, 1992)
Atmospheric delay for electromagnetic signals associated with space / time variations of the refractive index in the lower atmosphere: Applications in spatial geodesy
The feasibility quantifying atmospheric delay of electromagnetic signals using a mesoscale numerical model (WRF model) is explored. The experiment investigates a new alternative to reduce uncertainty sources in data ...
Fundamentos matemáticos envolvidos na realização do ITRS
The mathematical fundamentals involved in the realization of a high precision reference system, taking into account solutions from VLBI, SLR, GPS and DORIS are presented. Each individual solution has its own deficiencies ...
Larrie D. Ferreiro. Ships and science. The birth of naval architecture in the scientific revolution, 1600-1800. Cambridge, MIT Press, 2006, 441 páginas.
(Universidad Nacional de Quilmes, 2007)
Validation of the MAPGEO2010 and comparison with recent geopotential models
(UNIV FEDERAL PARANA, CENTRO POLITECNICOCURITIBA PR, 2012)
This paper presents the offorts to calculate the geoid model for Brazil. It is limited by 6 degrees N and 35 degrees S in latitude and 30 degrees W and 75 degrees W in longitude. The terrestrial gravity data for the continent ...