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SaLIS, Vol.65, No.4, December, 2005

Review of Recent Literature (May-December 2005)

Compiled by Mike & Mary Craymer


Editors' Note: This is a collection of selected articles on geodesy, surveying and land information systems published in English in other subject-related journals. This information has been compiled from Tables of Contents in Geodesy, a free Internet-based contents service for journals in geodesy. Because of space constraints, coverage may not be complete for all journals. For more complete coverage and information about TCG, article reprints and journal publishers, visit the TCG web site at </tcg/>.


Acta Geodaetica et Geophysica Hungarica



Vol.40, No.2, 2005


Deflection of the vertical and geoid heights from gravity gradients. L. Volgyesi. 147-159.

Bayesian inference in satellite gravity inversion. K.I. Kis, P.T. Taylor, G. Wittmann, H.R. Kim, B. Toronyi, T. Mayer-Gurr. 161-170.

Vol.40, No.3-4, 2005


50 years of the Geodetic and Geophysical Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. J. Zavoti. 271-282.

Research in mathematical geodesy. J. Zavoti, J. Somogyi, J. Kalmar, L. Battha. 283-292.

Results of tidal research. G. Mentes. 293-305.

Results in physical geodesy. L. Banyai. 307-315.


ACSM Bulletin



No.215, May/June, 2005


Surveying education around the world. G. Jeffress, R. Bartholomew. 6.

Viable career choices - and how to prepare for them. C.W. Sumner. 8.

Professionalism: High standards, ethics, service. G. Curtis. 9.

Geography jobs. Olivia Crosby. 16.

The surveyor as a forensic scientist. D.A. Wilson. 28.

Education & certification opportunities - AAGS, CAGIS, GLIS, NSPS. 31.

Enterprise Geographic Intelligence. MetaCarta. 35.

Corpscon v. 6. practical applications. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. 35.

First American collection of imaged property documents. Data Tree, First American, IBM. 36.

Topcon Europe Reorganized. Topcon. 37.

ProMap Corporation becomes a division of Indianapolis-based Schneider Corporation. 37.

Ask Vic! Victor O. Schinnerer & Co. 40.

Satellite imagery helps monitor invasive plants. DigitalGlobe. 42.

Why lobby? - Part two. B. Church. 44.

The chip that Jack built. P. Sullivan, T.R. Reid. 47.

From geek to chic in 33 years. I. Genovese. 49.

Geodesy? What’s that? Part 10: Pocus on the southern hemisphere. I.K. Fischer. 50.

The math debate. I. Genovese. 62.

Dear Dr. Map. Dr. Map. 63.

No.216, July/August, 2005


Bowne Surveyor tests online GPS. E.W. Sokol. 6.

The Surveying Merit Badge. I. Genovese. 8-12.

National Trig-Star Committee selects winners. Trig-Star Committee. 13.

ESRI User Conference—Reflections of a CaGIS Student Ambassador. E. Sproles. 16.

Cartographic journals. D. Allen. 17,19.

Two new exhibits at the IPLS Museum of Surveying. B. Church. 17.

FIG Commission 7: Cadastre and Land Management. J. Hohol. 21-23.

In pursuit of exactitude & Remarks. I. Genovese, C.A. Burroughs. 24-28.

FEMA’s flood hazard identification plan. L. Socci. 29-30.

Ask Dr. Map. Dr. Map. 31.

Geodesy? What’s that? Part 11: The widening gap between research and management. I.K. Fischer. 34-40.

2006 Ballot Nominations. 43-55.

“Maps in our lives” - Exhibit at the Geography and Maps Division, Library of Congress. 56.

Why lobby?—Part three. B. Church. 57-59.

Two Argentinians at the Army Map Service. A. Christensen. 60.


Allgemeine Vermessungs-Nachrichten



Vol.112, No.4, 2005


The Research of Ground Movement Relative Deformation Analysis. L. Yuanzhong, W. Yong, F. Yuhong. 146-149.

Unknown parameter's variancecovariance propagation and calculation in generalized nonlinear least squares problem. TaoHua-xue, Guo Jin-yun. 150-152.

Vol.112, No.5, 2005


Spatial variation of time lag between SSTA and LOD. E. Lewi, E. Groten. 162-169.

Vol.112, No.7, 2005


Test loading of the "Dubrovnik Bridge". Z. Kapovic, L. Herceg, J. Krolo. 258-262.

From space angles to point position using Sylvester resultant. J.L. Awange, E.W. Grafarend. 265-269.

Vol.112, No.8-9, 2005


Improved quality of levelling staffs in the Netherlands. R. Kremers. 302-309.

Vol.112, No.10, 2005


Constructing a New Wavelet Function and its Application in GPS Data Processing. Z. Zuo-ya, L. Xiu-shan, D. Zhi-xing. 342-347.


Artificial Satellites



Vol.40, No.2, 2005


Orbital Rotations of a Satellite, Case Study: GOCE. O. Baur, E.W. Grafarend. 87-107.

Determination of the Geopotential Tensor and Other Chosen Tensors for the Chosen Low Earth Orbit of the Satellite. A. Bobojc. 109-117.

A Comparison of LOD and UT1-UTC Forecasts by Different Combined Prediction Techniques. W. Kosek, M. Kalarus, T.J. Johnson, W.H. Wooden. 119-125.

Remarks on the Use of a System of Ecliptic Coordinates in Geodetic Astronomy. A. Antonopoulos. 127-136.

The Short-Term Forecasting of the Total Electron Content. A. Krankowski, N.P. Sergeenko, L.W. Baran, I.I. Shagimuratov, M.V. Rogova. 137-146.


Bollettino di Geodesia e Scienze Affini



Vol.64, No.1, 2005


Variance component estimation in Integrated geodesy adjustment. A. Antonopoulos. 1-11.

Closed recurrent expression for analytical covariance functions between gravity disturbances and other geodetic functionals: A case study for airborne applications. D. Marchenko, U. Meyer. 13-26.

Test statistici in reti GPS. A. Pellegrinelli, N. Perfetti, P. Russo. 29-43.

Deterministic versus stochastic modelling of an unknown bias in linear Gauss-Markov models. C. Kotsakis. 45-58.


EOM - Earth Observation Magazine

(On-Line Only)



Vol.14, No.6, August 2005



Extending NASA Research Capabilities For Disaster Management. S. Ambrose, S. Habib. R. McKellip.

NASA Space Systems Enhance Public Health Science for Society. J.A. Haynes, R. Venezia.

Flight Rehearsal Scene Construction from LiDAR and Multispectral Data Using ARC Spatial Analyst and 3D Analyst. B. Rex, I. Fairweather, K. Halligan.

2005 Hurricane Season — More Hurricanes to Come! D. Jones.

My Position Is... Editorial: Earth Observation Goes Mainstream. M. Luccio.


Introduction: Seeing Through Smoke — Earth Observations Enhance Fire And Smoke Decision Support Systems In The Eastern United States. S. Falke, S. Ambrose.

Satellite-Based Fire Detection and Mapping For The Eastern United States. B. Quayle.

Bridging Earth Observations: Remote Sensing Measurements, Fire Modeling, and Air Quality Decision Support System in the Eastern United States. J.J. Qu, X. Hao, R. Yang, W. Sommers, S. Dasgupta, S. Bhoi, M. Kafatos, Y. Liu, G. Achtemeier, A.R. Riebau, P. Coronado.

Operational Fire and Smoke Monitoring In NESDIS' Satellite Services Division. G. Stephens, D. McNamara, M. Ruminski.


Geodezja i Kartografia


Vol.54, No.1, 2005


Terrain-aliasing effects on gravimetric geoid determination. S. Bajracharya, M.G. Sideris. 3-16.

Study on choice of global geopotential model for quasigeoid determination in Poland. J. Krynski, A. Lyszkowicz. 17-36.

An efficient algorithm for computation of inertial moments of generating TIN and DEM for surface matching. L.C. Ke. 37-46.

Vol.54, No.2, 2005


Density and gravity interpolation effects on Helmert geoid determination. S. Bajracharya, M.G. Sideris. 51-68.

Influence of physical properties of a soil medium on locating with the use of geo-radar of underground installations. W. Nawrocki, Z. Piasek. 69-79.

Static code DGPS positioning based on three reference stations. M. Bakula. 81-92.

Vol.54, No.3, 2005


A robust method of quasigeoid modelling in Poland based on GPS/levelling data with support of gravity data. E. Osada, J. Krynski, M. Owczarek. 99-117.

Experimental testing of geo-radar resolving power for detection of underground installations. W. Nawrocki, Z. Piasek. 119-130.

The use of statistical analysis for estimation of positional accuracy of large-scale digital maps. A. Doskocz. 131-150.





Vol.59, No.2, 2005


Accurate Velocity Assessment of a Rowing Skiff Using Kinematic GPS. B. Magee, P. Denys. 121-129.

La geomatique dans le cyberespace municipal quebecois. S. Roche, C. Caron, J. Larfouilloux. 131-148.

A Web Based Risk Assessment System and Service for Child Safety: The Case of Mid-Town Toronto. J. Zhizhong, C. Wang, Y. Hu, A. Croitoru, V. Tao. 149-158.

Urban Change Detection and Population Prediction Modeling using Remotely Sensed Images. H. Zhao. J. Li. 159-174.

Pedestrian Dead Reckoning - A Solution to Navigation in GPS Signal Degraded Areas? O. Mezentsev, J. Collin, G. Lachapelle. 175-182.

The Red River Ox-Cart. E.C. Tacium. 183-184.

Geomatics and the Law: The Meaning of Cadastral Surveying. A. McEwen. 185-186.

Vol.59, No.3, 2005


Avant-Propos, Redacteur en chef invite. R. Pelot. 236-237.

Introductory Note from GEOIDE / Note d'introduction concernant GEOIDE. N. Krissman. 239/240.

Towards an Improved Orthometric Height System for Canada. R. Kingdon, P. Vanicek, M. Santos, A. Ellmann, R. Tenzar. 241-249.

Spatial Modeling and Analysis of Adjusted Residuals Over a Network of GPS-Levelling Benchmarks. G. Fotopoulos, M.G. Sideris. 251-262.

Extraction of Road Networks Using Pan-Sharpened Multispectral and Panchromatic Quickbird Images. R. Wang, Y. Hu, X. Zhang. 263-273.

Automatic Change Detection and Updating of Topographic Databases by Using Satellite Imagery: A Level Set Approach. M.S. Allili, D. Ziou. 275-281.

Accurate INS/DGPS Positioning Using INS Data De-Noising and Autoregressive (AR) Modeling of Internal Sensor Errors. S. Nassar. 283-294.

Introduction du concept de patrons geometriques et application aux batiments afin de faciliter leur generalisation cartographique a la volee. M.N. Sabo, A. Cardenas, Y. Bedard, E. Bernier. 295-311.

Geo-Mass: Modeling Massive Terrain in Real-Time. R.A. Apu, M.L. Gavrilova. 313-322.

Reserve Network Design Combining Spatial Graph Theory and Species' Spatial Requirements. P. James, B. Rayfield, A. Fall, M.-J. Fortin, G. Farley. 323-333.

Spatial Multi-State Models with Application to Revascularization Intervention in Quebec. F. Nathoo, C.B. Dean. 335-343.

Geomatics and the Law: Fence as Boundary Evidence. A. McEwen. 347-349.


Geophysical Journal International



Vol.162, No.3, September, 2005


Localized spectral analysis on the sphere. M.A. Wieczorek, F.J. Simons. 655-675.

The high-resolution gravimetric geoid of Iberia: IGG2005. V. Corchete, M. Chourak, D. Khattach. 676-684.

Fast finite-element calculation of gravity anomaly in complex geological regions. Y. Cai, C.-Y. Wang. 696-708.

Refined spreading history at the Southwest Indian Ridge for the last 96 Ma, with the aid of satellite gravity data. A. Bernard, M. Munschy, Y. Rotstein, D. Sauter. 765-778.

Vol.163, No.1, October, 2005


A semi-analytical estimation of the effect of second-order ionospheric correction on the GPS positioning. H. Munekane. 10-17.

Non-isotropic filtering of GRACE temporal gravity for geophysical signal enhancement. S.-C. Han, C.K. Shum, C. Jekeli, C.-Y. Kuo, C. Wilson, K.-W. Seo. 18-25.

Retracking ERS-1 altimeter waveforms for optimal gravity field recovery. D.T. Sandwell, W.H.F. Smith. 79-89.

Vol.163, No.2, November, 2005


Time-domain approach to linearized rotational response of a three-dimensional viscoelastic earth model induced by glacial-isostatic adjustment: I. Inertia-tensor perturbations. Z. Martinec, J. Hagedoorn. 443-462.

Apparent polar wander paths for the major continents (200 Ma to the present day): a palaeomagnetic reference frame for global plate tectonic reconstructions. A. Schettino, C.R. Scotese. 727-759.

Vol.163, No.3, December, 2005


Present-day vertical crustal deformations in West Greenland from repeated GPS observations. R. Dietrich, A. Rulke, M. Scheinert. 865-874.

Wavelet frames: an alternative to spherical harmonic representation of potential fields. A. Chambodut, I. Panet, M. Mandea, M. Diament, M. Holschneider, O. Jamet. 875-899.

Three-dimensional ionospheric tomography of post-seismic perturbations produced by the Denali earthquake from GPS data. R. Garcia, F. Crespon, V. Ducic, P. Lognonne. 1049-1064.

Vol.164, No.1, January, 2006


CGPS time-series and trajectories of crustal motion along the West Hellenic Arc. C. Hollenstein, A. Geiger, H.-G. Kahle, G. Veis. 182-191.


Geophysical Research Letters



Vol.32, No.8, 2005


Effect of gravitational consistency and mass conservation on seasonal surface mass loading models. P.J. Clarke, D.A. Lavallee, G. Blewitt, T.M. van Dam, J.M. Wahr. L08306. DOI </10.1029/2005GL022441>

Vol.32, No.9, 2005


Medium- and small-scale ionospheric irregularities detected by GPS radio occultation method. K. Tsybulya, N. Jakowski. L09103. DOI </10.1029/2005GL022420>

Tide gauge observations of the Indian Ocean tsunami, December 26, 2004. M.A. Merrifield, Y.L. Firing, T. Aarup, W. Agricole, G. Brundrit, D. Chang-Seng, R. Farre, B. Kilonsky, W. Knight, L. Kong, C. Magori, P. Manurung, C. McCreery, W. Mitchell, S. Pillay, F. Schindele, F. Shillington, L. Testut, E.M.S. Wijeratne, P. Caldwell, J. Jardin, S. Nakahara, F.-Y. Porter, N. Turetsky. L09603. DOI </10.1029/2005GL022610>

GPS TEC and scintillation measurements from the polar ionosphere during the October 2003 storm. C.N. Mitchell, L. Alfonsi, G. De Franceschi, M. Lester, V. Romano, A.W. Wernik. L12S03. DOI </10.1029/2004GL021644>

Vol.32, No.11, 2005


Effects of the 2nd order ionospheric terms on VLBI measurements. M. Hawarey, T. Hobiger, H. Schuh. L11304. DOI </10.1029/2005GL022729>

Geodetic constraints on the shallow magma system at Soufriere Hills Volcano, Montserrat. C. Widiwijayanti, A. Clarke, D. Elsworth, B. Voight. L11309. DOI </10.1029/2005GL022846>

Vol.32, No.12, 2005


Atmospheric water vapor and geoid measurements in the open ocean with GPS. C. Rocken, J. Johnson, T. Van Hove, T. Iwabuchi. L12813. DOI </10.1029/2005GL022573>

Vol.32, No.13, 2005


GPS radio occultation with GRACE: Atmospheric profiling utilizing the zero difference technique. G. Beyerle, T. Schmidt, G. Michalak, S. Heise, J. Wickert, C. Reigber. L13806. DOI </10.1029/2005GL023109>

Vol.32, No.14, 2005


Creep and quakes on the northern transition zone of the San Andreas fault from GPS and InSAR data. I.A. Johanson, R. Burgmann. L14306. DOI </10.1029/2005GL023150>

Low degree spherical harmonic influences on Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) water storage estimates. J.L. Chen, M. Rodell, C.R. Wilson, J.S. Famiglietti. L14405. DOI </10.1029/2005GL022964>

Vol.32, No.16, 2005


Seasonal fluctuations in the mass of the Amazon River system and Earth's elastic response. M. Bevis, D. Alsdorf, E. Kendrick, L.P. Fortes, B. Forsberg, R. Smalley Jr., J. Becker. L16308. DOI </10.1029/2005GL023491>

Tectonic implications of the GPS velocity field in the northern Adriatic region. G. Grenerczy, G. Sella, S. Stein, A. Kenyeres. L16311. DOI </10.1029/2005GL022947>

Global inland water monitoring from multi-mission altimetry. P.A.M. Berry, J.D. Garlick, J.A. Freeman, E.L. Mathers. L16401. DOI </10.1029/2005GL022814>

Vol.32, No.17, 2005


Gravity waves above Andes detected from GPS radio occultation temperature profiles: Mountain forcing? A. de la Torre, P. Alexander. L17815. DOI </10.1029/2005GL022959>

Vol.32, No.18, 2005


GRACE-derived terrestrial water storage depletion associated with the 2003 European heat wave. O.B. Andersen, S.I. Seneviratne, J. Hinderer, P. Viterbo. L18405. DOI </10.1029/2005GL023574>

Vol.32, No.19, 2005


Strain accumulation in the southern Alps (NE Italy) and deformation at the northeastern boundary of Adria observed by CGPS measurements. N. D'Agostino, D. Cheloni, S. Mantenuto, G. Selvaggi, A. Michelini, D. Zuliani. L19306. DOI </10.1029/2005GL024266>

Vol.32, No.20, 2005


Volcanic inflation of Mount Hokkaido-Komagatake, Japan, determined from a dense GPS array. S. Iwashita, H. Takahashi, N. Okazaki, J. Miyamura, M. Kasahara, M. Ichiyanagi, R. Takahashi, M. Nakagawa. L20304. DOI </10.1029/2005GL023438>

Atlantic SST gradient and the influence of ENSO. H.-P. Huang, A.W. Robertson, Y. Kushnir. L20706. DOI </10.1029/2005GL023944>


GeoSpatial Solutions



Vol.15, No.12, December, 2005


Guest Editorial: What Technologies Are Reshaping GIS? T. Gary. 10.

2006 Corporate Profiles. 11.

2006 Buyers Guide. 23.

Mapplet - Solar Snapshots: Measuring Irradiance from Space. C. Respini-Irwin. 50.





Vol.18, No.12, December, 2005


Solving the Puzzle - An Integrated Workflow Aids Local Government. P. Taylor 30

Southern Strategy - Quantifying Wildland Fire Risk. D. Buckley, J. Berry, T. Spencer, D. Carlton 34

Open Spatial Web Improves Decision Support. S. Bacharach 38

Position - Google Verifies that GIS Is Media. M. Ball 6

Beyond Mapping - Filter Data for the "Good Stuff". J. Berry 16

The "G" In GIS - A Perfect Distortion? Cartograms Deserve More Attention. D. Sui 18

Open Geospatial Connection - Consortia Collaborate with AEC and Geospatial Worlds. M. Reichardt 20

Techtime - Return on Interoperability: The Reward Is Real. M. Walter 66


GIM International



Vol.19, No.6, 2005


Ortho-imagery: Geometric Accuracy Assessment: Towards Product Specification for Urban Areas. W. Devos, S. Kay. 14.

Active Places: The Sport England GIS Portal: Powerful Functionality Based on ESRI and Microsoft Products. P. Sharma. 31.

Geo-ICT Capacity Building in Rwanda: GIS on the Map in Post-conflict Development. M. Schilling, E. Twarabameneye, W. de Vries. 69.

Editorial - Combination. D. Haarsma. 5.

Interview - Linking Geospatial Database with GIS: GIM International Interviews Dr Jayant Sharma, Technical Director Spatial Products, Oracle. J. Sipkes. 6.

Pinpoint - Sharing. M. Lemmens. 11.

Technology in Focus - GPS: Position, Time and Distance. H. Key. 13.

OGC Column - SDI Catalonia: A Regional Approach. J. Guimet. 19.

ICA Page - Atlas: a Window on the World. T. Trainer. 29.

Review - Gi4DM: Raising Multidisciplinary Awareness: First Symposium on GI in Disaster Management. J. Sipkes. 35.

Product Survey - Geodetic GPS. H. Key, I. van der Bent. 41.

Review - From Pharaohs to Geoinformatics: First FIG and GSDI Joint Conference, Cairo. J. Sipkes, C. Lemmen. 49.

Company's View - Software Solutions for the Photogrammetric Industry: Cardinal Systems, LLC. J. Smith. 52.

Review - 12th Brazilian Remote Sensing Symposium: For Companies, Researchers, Universities, Institutions and Schoolteachers. T.M. Sausen. 63.

FIG Page - Land Information Policies in the Americas. S. Enemark, J. Parker. 65.

Insider's View - Human Capacity: Building for the Future. P. Dale. 73.

Vol.19, No.7, 2005


Land Subsidence in Urban Areas of Indonesia: Suitability of Levelling, GPS and INSAR for Monitoring. H. Abidin. 12.

Field Area Checks Using GPS: Preventing Oversubsidisation of EU Farmers. S. Kay. 33.

Development of the ILRIS-36D: Balancing User, Market and Design Objectives. A. Lavarone. 41.

Japanese Reflections on the Beauty of Maps: Where Knowledge and Artistry Meet. N. Takayama. 44.

The Respond Project: Geo-information for Humanitarian Aid. L. Holledig. 47.

Biodiversity Surveying and Monitoring: Using GIS and GPS in Annapurna Conservation Area of Nepal. N.R. Chapagain. 53.

High-level Political Support Needed: GSDI and Land Administration within Europe. D. Burmanje, P. van der Molen. 68.

Interview - Digital Earth: Global Citizens of a Truly Global Society: GIM International Interviews Prof. Dr Hiromichi Fukui. B.B. Madhavan. 7.

Pinpoint - Pushing the Right Buttons. M. Lemmens. 11.

OGC-Column - Standards: Meeting Expectations. M. Grasjo. 17.

ICA Page - Cartography and LB Technology. G. Gartner. 31.

Review - Digital Earth Facing Challenges: 4th International Symposium, Tokyo. B.B. Madhavan. 36.

Review - Map Middle East 2005: Geospatial Developments in an Emerging Region. J. Sipkes. 50.

Company's View - GI Technology for Developing Countries: QSIT: Quality Standards Information Technology. S. El-Abd. 56.

Review - Geospatial World: The World Is Geospatial: Communication Key Challenge for Near Future. D. Haarsma. 62.

Insider's View - Fisher Information Theory. J.W. Betit. 73.

Vol.19, No.8, 2005


Boundary Dimensions as Basis: Managing a Cadastral SDI Framework. M. Elfick, T. Hodson, C. Wilkinson. 14.

IDENA: Spatial Data Infrastructure of Navarre: Architecture, Metadata and Interoperability. P. Echamendi, M.A. Jimenez. 36.

Scalable Vector Graphics: Internet Display and Dissemination of Maps. S. Ghosh. 60.

Legal Aspects of Geospatial Data-gathering in Space: Eyes in the Sky or Big Brother. F.G. von der Dunk. 69.

Editorial - Eat and Be Eaten. D. Haarsma. 5.

Interview - Reviewing Aerial Survey in India: GIM International Interviews Mr K. Kalyanraman, NRSA, India. B. Lohani. 7.

Pinpoint - Stepping Beyond the Bounds of Protectionism. M. Lemmens. 11.

Technology in Focus - Scanner Image Sensors. H. Key. 13.

OGC Column - OGC in Use - Projects and Experiences from Germany. Y. Schilcher. 19.

ICA Page - Keeping in Touch: Maps for the Visually Impaired. J. Rowell. 35.

Product Survey - Large-format Scanners. M. Lemmens. 40.

Review - A Global Geographic Information Society: Be Spatial: GIS PLANET 2005 Conference. J. Sipkes. 46.

Company's View - Large-format Scanning and Copying: Contex Scanning Technology. R.A. Gonzales. 48.

FIG Page - Symposium on Innovative Technologies for Land Administration. P. van der Molen. 65.

Insider's View - Distance Learning for Developing Countries. S. Murai. 73.

Vol.19, No.9, 2005


How Historians Are Now Using Computer Technology: Investigating Spatial Effects in Architecture and Painting. V. Hart, A. Day, J. Robson. 13.

Disappointing NSDI National Clearinghouse Survey: International Developments, Status, Suitability and Spatial Distribution. J. Crompvoets, A. Bregt, M. van Adrichem. 35.

Swiss Cadastral Core Data Model: A System-independent Data Exchange Mechanism. D. Steudler. 40.

Optimal GCPs with Onboard GPS: Block Adjustment for Photogrammetric Production of Map of Iran. A. Milanlak, M.G. Majdabadi. 46.

Slum Identification Using High-resolution Satellite Data: Informal Settlement Patterns in India. S. Jain, B.S. Sokhi, U. Sur. 60.

Renewed European Standard Setting: CEN Technical Committee on Standardisation in Geographic Information. H. Knoop, W. Pachelski. 69.

Editorial - Coming of Age. D. Haarsma. 5.

Interview - Turning Research into Practical Solutions: GIM International Interviews Dr Tadashi Sasagawa, director, PASCO Corporation. B.B. Madhavan. 7.

Pinpoint - Revisiting the Past. M. Lemmens. 11.

OGC Column - OGC Spin-off: lat/lon. M. Muller. 17.

ICA Page - ICA in Mapping the World. B. Rystedt. 33.

Review - ISRSE Symposium: Monitoring, Understanding and Managing of Our Planet's Environment. D. Kurtener, E. Krueger-Shvetsova. 49.

Company's View - Large-format for GIS Professionals: Hewlett Packard. M. Swack. 50.

Review - GIS... Helping Manage Our World: 25th ESRI International User Conference. M. Luccio. 58.

FIG Page - 8th United Nations Regional Cartographic Conference for the Americas; Habitat Professionals Forum Session on 'Governamce - People - Professionals' at the UIA Congress in Istanbul. S. Enemark. 65.

Insider's View - Innovation and Land Administration. P. van der Molen. 73.

Vol.19, No.10, 2005


UML in Use Case Modelling: Property Transactions in Slovenia. R. Sumrada. 12.

Building upon Traditional Skills: The Need to Grasp Chance from Change. I. Williamson. 58.

City Map to Virtual Reality: 3D Reconstruction Models of Cities. P. Alkhoven. 84.

Editorial - Crossing Borders. D. Haarsma. 5.

Interview - Geo-community: Year-through Dynamic Information Exchange: GIM International Interviews Olaf Freier, managing director of Hinte-Messe. M. Lemmens. 6.

Pinpoint - Unified Modeling Language. M. Lemmens. 9.

Technology in Focus - Co-axial. H. Key. 11.

OGC Column - Benefits of Open Standards Adoption. G. Kennedy-Smith. 17.

ICA Page - ICA and UN Help Develop Geo-information for Africa. B. Rystedt. 31.

Preview - Exceeding All Limits: Intergeo 2005 Dusseldorf, Germany - A Preview. A. Miedema. 32.

Review - Space Tech and Geo-spatial in Nepal: Promotion via Public Private Partnership. R.K. Sharma, D.R. Paudyal. 45.

Product Survey: High-end Total Stations. H. Key. 49.

Company's View - Offering the Full Chain: Jena-Optronik. D. Ratzsch. 64.

FIG Page - Struve Geodetic Arc Joins World Heritage List; 3rd Survey and GIS Summit and 25th ESRI User Conference. 81.

Insider's View - Precision Forestry in China. F. Zhongke. 89.

Vol.19, No.11, 2005


Onboard Galileo Atomic Clocks: Current Status and Performance. F. Droz. 12.

Time-space Modelling with Terrestrial Lidar: Monitoring Ice Cliff Evolution of the Miage Glacier, Italy, with ILRIS-3D. A. Tamburini, P. Deline, G. Mortara. 31.

Bright Future for GIS in Africa: Dissolving White Spot on World GIS Map. W. Gawecki. 36.

Monitoring Earthquake Fires in Japan: Real-time Fire-spread Prediction System. H. Shinohara, K. Sasaki. 46.

Toposcopy: Linking Photo and CAD Data: Digital Photogrammetric System for Mapping Manmade Objects. A. Groneman. 60.

Editorial - Real World. D. Haarsma. 5.

Interview - Positioning Becoming a Commodity: GIM International Interviews Ewout Korpershoek, Director Marketing & Sales, Topcon Europe Positioning BV. M. Lemmens. 7.

Pinpoint - Know Your Place from Time. M. Lemmens. 11.

OGC Column - OGC and Environmental Information Systems. R. Azzam. 15.

ICA Page - Mapping Society and Social Mapping. E. Krzywicka-Blum. 29.

Obituary - Jacques Sipkes (1946-2005). M. Lemmens. 39.

Review - Impressions of Intergeo 2005: Zenith Points: Integration and 3D Data Aquisition and Presentation. M. Lemmens. 41.

Review - Non-interoperable Systems Phase Out: GML and Geo-Spatial Web Services Days 2005. S. Bacharach. 49.

Company's View - Massive High-resolution Digital Content: LizardTech. C. Domingo. 50.

FIG Page - Land Registration in the Arab World. S. Abbadi. 57.

Insider's View - Bridging the GAP: Survey and Planning. H. Magel. 65.

Vol.19, No.12, 2005


Mobile Mappers: Features and Applications - Small, Portable and Accurate Devices for GIS Input. M. Lemmens. 16.

EuroTitle: Land Registry Standard - Paving the Way to a Common Property Market. B. van Loenen, H. Ploeger, S. Nasarre-Aznar. 34.

Movement Simulation and Analysis: Modelling Railway Passenger Activity in Tokyo. R. Xie, R. Shibasaki. 43.

Running a GML Relay: Interoperability Tests with Live Audience. M. de Vries, W. Quak, P. van Oosterom. 69.

Editorial - Time Is on Our Side. D. Haarsma. 5.

Interview - Enormously Exciting Future in Geomatics: GIM International Interviews Hans Hess, exiting CEO, Leica Geosystems. M. Lemmens. 7.

Pinpoint - Bread and Butter for the Surveyor. M. Lemmens. 11.

Technology in Focus - Data Compression. H. Key, M. Lemmens. 13.

OGC Column - Interoperability at Laval University. Y. Bedard. 21.

ICA Page - Mapping Indonesia. D. Fairbairn. 33.

Product Survey - Mobile Mappers. M. Lemmens. 40.

Company's View - Twenty Years in Earth Observation: GAF AG. R. Haydn, P. Volk. 47.

FIG Page - Record-breaking Intergeo 2005; 5th FIG Regional Conference, Ghana. M. Villikka. 59.

Insider's View - Cultural Differences matter for SDI. S. Borrero. 73.


GPS Solutions



Vol.9, No.2, 2005


Letter from the Guest Editor. Yuei-An Liou. 85-87. DOI </10.1007/s10291-005-0136-8>

Ionospheric GPS radio occultation measurements on board CHAMP. N. Jakowski. 88-95. DOI </10.1007/s10291-005-0137-7>

Different mechanisms of the ionospheric influence on GPS occultation signals. A.G. Pavelyev, J. Wickert, Y.A. Liou, C. Reigber, T. Schmidt, K. Igarashi, A.A. Pavelyev, S.S. Matyugov. 96-104. DOI </10.1007/s10291-005-0138-6>

Performance of the improved Abel transform to estimate electron density profiles from GPS occultation data. M. Garcia-Fernandez, M. Hernandez-Pajares, J.M. Juan, J. Sanz. 105-110. DOI </10.1007/s10291-005-0139-5>

FORMOSAT-3/COSMIC science mission update. B.-H. Wu, V. Chu, P. Chen, T. Ting. 111-121. DOI </10.1007/s10291-005-0140-z>

Analysis of atmospheric and ionospheric structures using the GPS/MET and CHAMP radio occultation database: a methodological review. Y.A. Liou, A.G. Pavelyev, J. Wickert, T. Schmidt, A.A. Pavelyev. 122-143. DOI </10.1007/s10291-005-0141-y>

Single frequency processing of Orsted GPS radio occultation measurements. G.B. Larsen, S. Syndergaard, P. Hoeg, M.B. Sorensen. 144-155. DOI </10.1007/s10291-005-0142-x>

Use of radio-occultation data for ionospheric imaging during the April 2002 disturbances. P. Yin, C.N Mitchell. 156-163. DOI </10.1007/s10291-005-0143-9>

Ionospheric climatology derived from gps occultation observations made by the ionospheric occultation experiment. P. Straus. 164-173. DOI </10.1007/s10291-005-0145-7>

Eye on the Ionosphere. P.A. Bernhardt. 174-177. DOI </10.1007/s10291-005-0144-8>

Vol.9, No.3, 2005


Broadcast vs. precise GPS ephemerides: a historical perspective. D.L.M. Warren, J.F. Raquet. 151-156. DOI </10.1007/s10291-003-0065-3>

A general map matching algorithm for transport telematics applications. M.A. Quddus, W.Y. Ochieng, L. Zhao, R.B. Noland. 157-167. DOI </10.1007/s10291-003-0069-z>

Fast direct GPS P-Code acquisition. J. Pang, F. Van Graas, J. Starzyk, Z. Zhu. 168-175. DOI </10.1007/s10291-003-0070-6>

Local deformation monitoring using GPS in an open pit mine: initial study. D. Kim, R.B. Langley, J.Bond, A. Chrzanowski. 176-185. DOI </10.1007/s10291-003-0075-1>

A velocity field estimation of the Brazilian portion of the SOAM plate. S.M.C. Alves, M.C. Santos, C. Gemael. 186-193. DOI </10.1007/s10291-003-0062-6>

MATLAB Tools for viewing GPS velocities and time series. T. Herring. 194-199. DOI </10.1007/s10291-003-0068-0>

Forecasting the occurrence of ionospheric scintillation activity in the equatorial ionosphere on a day-to-day basis. D.N. Anderson. 200-202. DOI </10.1007/s10291-003-0064-4

Electronic resources on European satellite navigation system Galileo. S. Verhagen, A.Q. Le. 203-205. DOI </10.1007/s10291-003-0066-2>

GPS/GNSS Current Bibliography. T. Soler. 206-208. DOI </10.1007/s10291-003-0067-1>

Vol.9, No.4, 2005


A real-time meteorological-based troposphere (RMT) correction with integrity bound for long baseline DGPS. Y. Zhang, C.G. Bartone. 255-272. DOI <10.1007/s10291-005-0132-z>

Efficient interpolations to GPS orbits for precise wide area applications. Y. Feng, Y. Zheng. 273-282. DOI <10.1007/s10291-005-0133-y>

Absolute phase center corrections of satellite and receiver antennas: Impact on global GPS solutions and estimation of azimuthal phase center variations of the satellite antenna. R. Schmid, M. Rothacher, D. Thaller, P. Steigenberger. 283-293. DOI <10.1007/s10291-005-0134-x>

Design of a low-cost attitude determination GPS/INS integrated navigation system. D.-H. Hwang, S.H. Oh, S.J. Lee, C. Park, C. Rizos. 294-311. DOI <10.1007/s10291-005-0135-9>


GPS World



Vol.16, No.6, 2005


The View from Here: 150 Innovations. G. Gibbons. 10.

Unstuck in Traffic. M. Whitford. 18.

Flexed for Flight: Tightly Coupled Integrated Nav System Adapts to Data Formats. J.F. Lorga, Q.P. Chu, W. van Rossum, B. Mulder. 27.

Ionospheric Modeling: The Key to GNSS Ambiguity Resolution. T. Richert, N. El Sheimy. 35.

Vol.16, No.7, 2005


The View from Here: 179 Views. G. Gibbons. 10.

LiDAR on the Level in Afghanistan: GPS, Inertial Map the Kabul Road. S. Newby, P. Mrstik. 16.

Galileo Test User Segment: First Achievements and Application. M. Hollreiser, J.-M. Sleewaegen, W. de Wilde, M. Falcone, F. Wilms. 23.

Integrity Hits the Road: Low Cost, High Trust for Mobile Units. P.A. Boysen, H. Zunker. 30.

Accurate Time Assistance: Synchronizing GSM Mobile Telephones to Microseconds. P.J. Duffet-Smith, P. Hansen. 44.

Vol.16, No.8, 2005


The View from Here: The More Things Change... S. Barnes. 10.

Melee in the Mojave: Robots Ready for Rugged Roadrace. A. Cameron. 16.

Cutting-Edge Technology: ION's Autonomous Lawn Mower Competition. J. Dalley. 20.

Soaring Safe: Lightweight Collision-Avoidance System. A. Cameron. 22.

Where's Fido? GPS, GSMTrail Companion Canines. M. Whitford. 26.


Receiver Technology. 30.

Surveying & Mapping. 36.

Navigation & Guidance. 38.

Tracking & Wireless. 40.

Timing & Synchronization. 42.

GPS-Related Hardware. 44.

GPS-Related Software. 46.

Military. 50.

Vol.16, No.9, 2005


The View From Here: A Closer Look at NGA. S. Barnes. 10.

Time-Invariant Sea-Floor Depths: Using the Ellipsoid as Zero-Reference Surface. M. Kumar, G.A. Maul. 16.

More Bang, Less Buck: Low-Cost GPS/INS Guidance for Navy Munitions Launches. D. Coskren, T. Easterly, R. Polutchko. 22.

Myths and Realities of Anywhere GPS: High Sensitivity Versus Assisted Techniques. C. Carver. 30.

Charting Future GNSS Markets: Exploratory Applications and Services. M.-L. Mathieu, S.E. Christiansen, A. Mozes. 42.

Prime Time Positioning: Using Broadcast TV Signals to Fill GPS Acquisition Gaps. M. Martone, J. Metzler. 52.

Sky-Tech Cruisers. M. Whitford. 68.

Vol.16, No.11, 2005


The View from Here: More of the Right Stuff. G. Lachapelle. 10.

Steep-Slope Monitoring: GPS Multiple-Antenna System at Xiaowan Dam. X. He, W. Sang, Y. Chen, X. Ding. 20.

Early Results Are In: Testing a Prototype Galileo Receiver. N. Gerein, M. Olynik, M. Clayton, J. Auld, T. Murfin. 26.

Getting into Pockets and Purses: Antenna Counters Sensitivity Loss in Consumer Devices. B. Hurte, O. Leisten. 34.

Map-Aided GPS Navigation: Linking Vehicles and Maps to Support Location-Based Services. S. Syed, E. Cannon. 39.

Position: Future Navigation Needs Your Input. K.W. Hudnut. 52.

Vol.16, No.12, 2005


The View from Here: G is for Global. F.M. Swiek. 10.

Find a Need and Fill It. 18.

System Design - Can GNSS Become a Reality? R.J. Swider. 20.

System Design - The Evolving GNSS Scene. V. Ashkenazi. 22.

Navigation and Guidance - The End of the Beginning. P. Enge. 24.

Tracking & Wireless - Vehicle Integration Hits the Road. M. Proietti. 25.

Timing & Synchronization - Strengthening the Power Grid. D.C. Erickson. 26.

Military - Moving into the Mission Area. N. de Chezelles. 27.

Surveying & Mapping - The Measure of the World. K. Alder. 28.


Special Advertorial Section. 29.


Receiver Technology. 32.

Navigation & Guidance. 34.

Tracking & Wireless. 36.

Surveying & Mapping. 38.

Military. 39.

GPS-Related Software. 40.

GPS-Related Hardware. 41.

Timing & Synchronization. 42.


The Hydrographic Journal



No.116, April, 2005


EPDIS - Electronic Pilot Display and Information System. J. Froese, D. Wittkuhn. 3-6.

A Possible Solution to a Long Standing Cartographic Mystery - Part 2. S.R. Lusby, R. Hannah, P. Knight. 7-14.

Gerardus Mercator Rupelmundanus - Cartographer & Renaissance Man. C. van Cauwenberghe. 16-18.

Formal Qualifications and the Experienced Hydrographer - What is Desirable or Necessary? 20-22.

Staff Retention Issues in the Hydrographic Survey Industry. M. Beloeil-Smith. 23-23.

Indian Ocean Tsunami - How, Where & Why? 24-25.

Honours for Founding Member Mike Eaton. 26-26.

Chairman's Column. P.C.F. Hornsby. 27-27.

No.117, July, 2005


An Assessment of the Accuracy of Three Tidal Datum Transfer Procedures in a Harbour Environment. P. Dewar, J. Hannah. 3-7.

RTK GPS - Theory and Practice for Hydrographic Surveying. N.F. Jonkman, C.D. de Jong. 8-16.

Hydrographic Mapping by Combined Operations Using Bathymetric Lidar and Multibeam Echosounder in Alaska. D. Moyles, A. Orthmann, C. Lockhart, J. DaSilva Lage. 17-21.

What's Behind the World Magnetic Model? S. Macmillan. 22-23.

Ocean Exploration - The Undergraduate Survey Programme at Plymouth. V.J. Abbott. 26-27.

No.118, October, 2005


A Method for Comparing Bathymetric Survey Data to Determine Changes in Sediment Elevation. J. Herzog, A.S. Bradshaw. 3-9.

Tide-Watching, Cubature and Friction in the Menai Strait. K.J. George. 10-16.

Efficacy of an Interferometric Sonar for Hydrographic Surveying: Do Interferometers Warrant an In-depth Examination? C. Gostnell. 17-24.

A Footnote in History: HMS Valorous and her Links with the West of Ireland. T. Collins. 25-27.

Learning Curve is Steep Aboard Echo. 28-29.

The Struve Geodetic Arc as a World Heritage Monument. J.R. Smith. 30-32.


Journal of Geodesy



Vol.78, No.10, 2005


Local geoid determination from airborne vector gravimetry. J.G. Serpas, C. Jekeli. 577-587. DOI </10.1007/s00190-004-0416-z>

Non-tidal variations in the deflection of the vertical at Beijing Observatory. Z.X. Li, H. Li, Y.F. Li, Y.B. Han. 588-593. DOI </10.1007/s00190-004-0421-2>

Harmonic Maps. E.W. Grafarend. 594-615. DOI </10.1007/s00190-004-0422-1>

Validating ocean tide loading models using GPS. C. Urschl, R. Dach, U. Hugentobler, S. Schaer, G. Beutler. 616-625. DOI </10.1007/s00190-004-0427-9>

The compatibility conditions in altimetry-gravimetry boundary value problems. R.S. Grebenitcharsky, M.G. Sideris. 626-636. DOI </10.1007/s00190-004-0429-7>

IAG Newsletter. G. Toth. 637-644. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0457-y>

Vol.78, No.11-12, 2005


A discussion on the approximations made in the practical implementation of the remove-compute-restore technique in regional geoid modelling. L.E. Sjoberg. 645-653. DOI </10.1007/s00190-004-0430-1>

On the double-peak spectrum of the Chandler wobble. J.Y. Guo, H. Greiner-Mai, L. Ballani, H. Jochmann, C.K. Shum. 654-659. DOI </10.1007/s00190-004-0431-0>

Efficient spatial and temporal representations of global ionosphere maps over Japan using B-spline wavelets. R. Mautz, J. Ping, K. Heki, B. Schaffrin, C. Shum, L. Potts. 662-667. DOI </10.1007/s00190-004-0432-z>

The asymptotic variance-covariance matrix, Baarda test and the reliability of L1-norm estimates. P. Junhuan. 668-682. DOI </10.1007/s00190-004-0433-y>

On the possible cause of long period instrumental noise (parasitic mode) of a superconducting gravimeter. Y. Imanishi. 683-690. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0434-5>

Ellipsoidal representation of the topographical potential and its vertical gradient. P. Novak, E.W. Grafarend. 691-706. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0435-4>

Three algorithms for the computation of tidal loading and their numerical accuracy. E.J.O. Schrama. 707-714. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0436-3>

IAG Newsletter. G. Toth. 715-716. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0458-x>

Reviewers of the Journal of Geodesy for Volume 78. 717-718. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0463-0>

Vol.79, No.1-3, 2005


Global and local methods for tracking the intersection curve between two surfaces. A. Borkowski, W. Keller. 1-10. DOI <10.1007/s00190-005-0437-2>

Two deterministic and three stochastic modifications of Stokes’s formula: a case study for the Baltic countries. A. Ellmann. 11-23. DOI <10.1007/s00190-005-0438-1>

Multi-reference evaluation of uncertainty in earth orientation parameter measurements. T.M. Chin, R.S. Gross, J.O. Dickey. 24-32. DOI <10.1007/s00190-005-0439-0>

Comparison of polar motion with oceanic and atmospheric angular momentum time series for 2-day to Chandler periods. J. Kouba. 33-42. DOI <10.1007/s00190-005-0440-7>

Adaptive fitting of systematic errors in navigation. Y. Yang, S. Zhang. 43-49. DOI <10.1007/s00190-005-0441-6>

An estimate of the errors in gravity ocean tide loading computations. M.S. Bos, T.F. Baker. 50-63. DOI <10.1007/s00190-005-0442-5>

Integral formulas for computing the disturbing potential, gravity anomaly and the deflection of the vertical from the second-order radial gradient of the disturbing potential. J. Li. 64-70. DOI <10.1007/s00190-005-0443-4>

Seasonal and secular positional variations at eight co-located GPS and VLBI stations. X.L. Ding, D.W. Zheng, D.N. Dong, C. Ma, Y.Q. Chen, G.L. Wang. 71-81. DOI <10.1007/s00190-005-0444-3>

The rigorous determination of orthometric heights. R. Tenzer, P. Vanicek, M. Santos, W.E. Featherstone, M. Kuhn. 82-92. DOI <10.1007/s00190-005-0445-2>

The application of commutative algebra to geodesy: two examples. J. L. Awange, E.W. Grafarend, Y. Fukuda, S. Takemoto. 93-102. DOI <10.1007/s00190-005-0446-1>

Improving carrier-phase ambiguity resolution in global GPS network solutions. M. Ge, G. Gendt, G. Dick, F.P. Zhang. 103-110. DOI <10.1007/s00190-005-0447-0>

Calibration of geoid error models via a combined adjustment of ellipsoidal, orthometric and gravimetric geoid height data. G. Fotopoulos. 111-123. DOI <10.1007/s00190-005-0449-y>

Minimum conformal mapping distortion according to Chebyshev’s principle: a case study over peninsular Spain. M. Bermejo, J. Otero. 124-134. DOI <10.1007/s00190-005-0450-5>

Applications of downward-continuation in gravimetric geoid modeling: case studies in Western Canada. J. Huang, M. Veronneau. 135-145. DOI <10.1007/s00190-005-0452-3>

Sign-constrained robust least squares, subjective breakdown point and the effect of weights of observations on robustness. P. Xu. 146-159. DOI <10.1007/s00190-005-0454-1>

Low-low satellite-to-satellite tracking: a comparison between analytical linear orbit perturbation theory and numerical integration. P.N.A.M. Visser. 160-166. DOI <10.1007/s00190-005-0455-0>

IAG Newsletter. 167-173. G. Toth. DOI <10.1007/s00190-005-0472-z>

Vol.79, No.4-5, 2005


Temporal and spatial variability of the bias between TOPEX- and GPS-derived total electron content. C. Brunini, A. Meza, W. Bosch. 175-188. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0448-z>

Evaluation of co-location ties relating the VLBI and GPS reference frames. J. Ray, Z. Altamimi. 189-195. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0456-z>

Effect of post-seismic deformation on earth orientation parameter estimates from VLBI observations: a case study at Gilcreek, Alaska. O. Titov, P. Tregoning. 196-202. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0459-9>

Topological vector spaces of harmonic functions and the trace operator. F. Sanso, G. Venuti. 203-221. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0461-2>

Investigation of GPS antenna mean phase centre offsets using a full roving observation strategy. L. Banyai. 222-230. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0462-1>

A parametric study on the impact of satellite attitude errors on GOCE gravity field recovery. R. Pail. 231-241. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0464-z>

An integer ambiguity resolution procedure for GPS/pseudolite/INS integration. H.K. Lee, J. Wang, C. Rizos. 242-255. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0466-x>

Comparison of length of day with oceanic and atmospheric angular momentum series. J. Kouba, J. Vondrrak. 256-268. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0467-9>

The need for a new definition of a conventional international origin. R.O. Vicente, C.R. Wilson. 269-279. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0469-7>

On new data validation criteria in differential GPS. A.. Lannes. 280-287. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0470-1>

Erratum Sign-constrained robust least squares, subjective breakdown point and the effect of weights of observations on robustness. P. Xu. 288-288. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0477-7>

IAG Newsletter. G. Toth. 289-292. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0484-8>

Vol.79, No.6-7, 2005


World-wide synthetic tide parameters for gravity and vertical and horizontal displacements. K.H. Zahran, G. Jentzsch, G. Seeber. 293-299. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0460-3>

Ellipsoidal spectral properties of the Earth's gravitational potential and its first and second derivatives. K. Bolling, E.W. Grafarend. 300-330. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0465-y>

On the inversion of geodetic integrals defined over the sphere using 1-D FFT. R.V. Garcia, C.A. Alejo. 331-340. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0468-8>

A type of biased estimators for linear models with uniformly biased data. C. Kotsakis. 341-350. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0471-0>

Huber's M-estimation in relative GPS positioning: computational aspects. X.-W. Chang, Y. Guo. 351-362. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0473-y>

Filtering GPS time-series using a Vondrak filter and cross-validation. D.W. Zheng, P. Zhong, X.L. Ding, W. Chen. 363-369. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0474-x>

Defining a DORIS core network for Jason-1 precise orbit determination based on ITRF2000: methods and realization. P. Willis, J.C. Ries. 370-378. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0475-9>

Results of the VLBI experiments conducted with Syowa Station, Antarctica. Y. Fukuzaki, K. Shibuya, K. Doi, T. Ozawa, A. Nothnagel, T. Jike, S. Iwano, D.L. Jauncey, G.D. Nicolson, P.M. McCulloch. 379-388. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0476-8>

Integer aperture bootstrapping: a new GNSS ambiguity estimator with controllable fail-rate. P.J.G. Teunissen. 389-397. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0481-y>

New relations among associated Legendre functions and spherical harmonics. S.J. Claessens. 398-406. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0483-9>

IAG Newsletter. G. Toth. 407-412. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0488-4>

Vol.79, No.8, 2005


An alternative algebraic algorithm to transform Cartesian to geodetic coordinates. C.-D. Zhang, H.T. Hsu, X.P. Wu, S.S. Li, Q.B. Wang, H.Z. Chai, L. Du. 413-420. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0487-5>

Geometry and accuracy of reflecting points in bistatic satellite altimetry. J. Kostelecky, J. Klokocnik, C.A. Wagner. 421-430. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0485-7>

Spaceborne gravitational field determination by means of locally supported wavelets. W. Freeden, M. Schreiner. 431-446. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0482-x>

Wavelet filter analysis of local atmospheric pressure effects on gravity variations. X.-G. Hu, L.-T. Liu, J. Hinderer, H.-P. Sun. 447-459. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0486-6>

On the trade-off between model expansion, model shrinking, and parameter estimation accuracy in least-squares data analysis. C. Kotsakis. 460-466. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0479-5>

GGM02 - An improved Earth gravity field model from GRACE. B. Tapley, J. Ries, S. Bettadpur, D. Chambers, M. Cheng, F. Condi, B. Gunter, Z. Kang, P. Nagel, R. Pastor, T. Pekker, S. Poole, F. Wang. 467-478. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0480-z>

Investigating the propagation mechanism of unmodelled systematic errors on coordinate time series estimated using least squares. M.P. Stewart, N.T. Penna, D.D. Lichti. 479-489. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0478-6>

IAG Newsletter. G. Toth. 490-503. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0489-3>


Journal of Geodynamics



Vol.39, No.4, May 2005


Geodetic and hydrological aspects of the Merano earthquake of 17 July 2001. A. Caporali, C. Braitenberg, M. Massironi. 317-336.

Analysis of surface deformation patterns using 3D finite element method: A case study in the Skane area, Sweden. R. Kiamehr, L.E. Sjoberg. 403-412.

Vol.39, No.5, July 2005


Potential fields in geodynamics. W.R. Jacoby, G. Strykowski. 429-430.

On the effect of a low viscosity asthenosphere on the temporal change of the geoid-A challenge for future gravity missions. G. Marquart, B. Steinberger, K. Niehuus. 493-511.

On the estimation of a multi-resolution representation of the gravity field based on spherical harmonics and wavelets. M. Schmidt, O. Fabert, C.K. Shum. 512-526.

Transformation between gravimetric and GPS/levelling-derived geoids using additional gravity information. R.S. Grebenitcharsky, E.V. Rangelova, M.G. Sideris. 527-544.

A new ellipsoidal gravimetric, satellite altimetry and astronomic boundary value problem, a case study: The geoid of Iran. A. Safari, A.A. Ardalan, E.W. Grafarend. 545-568.

On the physical meaning of the zonal components of the geopotential. P. Varga. 569-577.

Vol.40, No.1, August 2005


Crustal modeling of the North Atlantic from spectrally correlated free-air and terrain gravity. T.E. Leftwich, R.R.B. von Frese, L.V. Potts, H.R. Kim, D.R. Roman, P.T. Taylor, M. Barton. 23-50.

Regional gravity anomaly map and crustal model of the Central-Southern Apennines (Italy). M.M. Tiberti, L. Orlando, D. Di Bucci, M. Bernabini, M. Parotto. 73-91.

Improvement of ocean loading correction on gravity data with additional tide gauge measurements. J. Neumeyer, J. del Pino, O. Dierks, H.P. Sun, H. Pflug. 104-111.

Vol.40, No.4-5, November 2005



Preface. H. Drewes. 355-356.

Integrated Global Geodetic Observing System (IGGOS)-science rationale. R. Rummel, M. Rothacher, G. Beutler. 357-362.

Terrestrial reference frame requirements within GGOS perspective. Z. Altamimi, C. Boucher, P. Willis. 363-374.

The IGGOS viewed from the Space Geodetic Services. J.M. Dow, W. Gurtner, W. Schluter. 375-386.

The gravity field and GGOS. R. Forsberg, M.G. Sideris, C.K. Shum. 387-393.

Geophysical excitation of the Earth orientation parameters EOP and its contribution to GGOS. V. Dehant, O.d. Viron, J.P. Barriot. 394-399.

A unified global height reference system as a basis for IGGOS. J. Ihde, L. Sanchez. 400-413.

The Integrated Global Geodetic Observing System (IGGOS) viewed from the perspective of history. G. Beutler, H. Drewes, A. Verdun. 414-431.

IGGOS as a potential partner in IGOS. P.L. Woodworth, T. Aarup, R. Rummel. 432-435.

Integration of space geodesy: A US National Geodetic Observatory. T.P. Yunck, R.E. Neilan. 436-449.

Development of a European Combined Geodetic Network (ECGN). J. Ihde, T. Baker, C. Bruyninx, O. Francis, M. Amalvict, A. Kenyeres, J. Makinen, S. Shipman, J. Simek, H. Wilmes. 450-460.

The International GPS Service tracking network: Enabling diverse studies and projects through international cooperation. A.W. Moore, R.E. Neilan. 461-469.

The International Laser Ranging Service and its support for IGGOS. M. Pearlman, C. Noll, P. Dunn, J. Horvath, V. Husson, P. Stevens, M. Torrence, H. Vo, S. Wetzel. 470-478.

The GGOS as the backbone for global observing and local monitoring: A user driven perspective. H.P. Plag. 479-486.

Development of an Information and Database System for the IERS: Status and outlook. B. Richter, W. Schwegmann, W.R. Dick. 487-493.

DORIS as a potential part of a Global Geodetic Observing System. P. Willis, Y.E. Bar-Sever, G. Tavernier. 494-501.


Journal of Geophysical Research - Solid Earth



Vol.110, No.B4, 2005


Interferometric synthetic aperture radar (InSAR) atmospheric correction: GPS, Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS), and InSAR integration. Z. Li, J.-P. Muller, P. Cross, E.J. Fielding. B03410. DOI </10.1029/2004JB003446>

Constraining uplift and denudation of west African continental margin by inversion of stacking velocity data. H.L. Walford, N.J. White. B04403. DOI </10.1029/2003JB002893>

Vol.110, No.B5, 2005


Uncertainty of absolute gravity measurements. M. Van Camp, S.D.P. Williams, O. Francis. B05406. DOI </10.1029/2004JB003497>

Vol.110, No.B6, 2005


Annual and semiannual variations of the Earth's gravitational field from satellite laser ranging and CHAMP. P. Moore, Q. Zhang, A. Alothman. B06401. DOI </10.1029/2004JB003448>

Slicing up the San Francisco Bay Area: Block kinematics and fault slip rates from GPS-derived surface velocities. M.A. d'Alessio, I.A. Johanson, R. Burgmann, D.A. Schmidt, M.H. Murray. B06403. DOI </10.1029/2004JB003496>

Vol.110, No.B7, 2005


Block kinematics of the Pacific-North America plate boundary in the southwestern United States from inversion of GPS, seismological, and geologic data. R. McCaffrey. B07401. DOI </10.1029/2004JB003307>

Vol.110, No.B8, 2005


Validation of ocean tide models around Antarctica using onshore GPS and gravity data. M.A. King, N.T. Penna, P.J. Clarke, E.C. King. B08401. DOI </10.1029/2004JB003390>

Global mass balance and the length-of-day variation. J. Chen. B08404. DOI </10.1029/2004JB003474>

Kinematics of the southwestern U.S. deformation zone inferred from GPS motion data. A.G. Bos, W. Spakman. B08405. DOI </10.1029/2003JB002742>

Distribution of aseismic slip rate on the Hayward fault inferred from seismic and geodetic data. D.A. Schmidt, R. Burgmann, R.M. Nadeau, M. d'Alessio. B08406. DOI </10.1029/2004JB003397>

Spatial sensitivity of the Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) time-variable gravity observations. J.L. Chen, C.R. Wilson, J.S. Famiglietti, M. Rodell. B08408. DOI </10.1029/2004JB003536>

Noise properties of continuous GPS data from concrete pillar geodetic monuments in New Zealand and comparison with data from U.S. deep drilled braced monuments. J. Beavan. B08410. DOI </10.1029/2005JB003642>

Precise evaluation of atmospheric loading effects on Earth's time-variable gravity field. J.-P. Boy, B.F. Chao. B08412. DOI </10.1029/2002JB002333>

Vol.110, No.B9, 2005


Integrating high-precision aftershock locations and geodetic observations to model coseismic deformation associated with the 1995 Kozani-Grevena earthquake, Greece. P.G. Resor, D.D. Pollard, T.J. Wright, G.C. Beroza. B09402. DOI </10.1029/2004JB003263>

Geodetic displacements and aftershocks following the 2001 Mw = 8.4 Peru earthquake: Implications for the mechanics of the earthquake cycle along subduction zones. H. Perfettini, J.-P. Avouac, J.-C. Ruegg. B09404. DOI </10.1029/2004JB003522>

Atmospheric and oceanic excitation of decadal-scale Earth orientation variations. R.S. Gross, I. Fukumori, D. Menemenlis. B09405. DOI </10.1029/2004JB003565>

Surface displacements and source parameters of the 2003 Bam (Iran) earthquake from Envisat advanced synthetic aperture radar imagery. G.J. Funning, B. Parsons, T.J. Wright, J.A. Jackson, E.J. Fielding. B09406. DOI </10.1029/2004JB003338>


Journal of Geospatial Engineering



Vol.6, No.1, 2004


Calibration of CHAMP Accelerometer Observations for Precise Determination of in-situ Gravity Measurements. Y.Q. Chen, S.-C. Han, B. Schaffrin, C.K. Shum. 1-12.

Assessment of Digital Elevation Models Using RTK GPS. H.C. Chang, L.L. Ge, C. Rizos. 13-20.

Physical Interpretation of Ground Subsidence Surveys - A Case Study. A. Chrzanowski, A. Szostak-Chrzanowski. 21-28.

Facilitating Disaster Management Using SDI. A. Mansourian, A. Rajabifard, M.J. Valadan Zoej, I. Williamson. 29-44.

Implementation of Parallel Least Square Algorithm for Gravity Field Inversion. J. Xie, S.J. Ge, S.-C. Han, C. K. Shum. 45-61.

Vol.6, No.2, 2004


Geomatic Technologies in Hazards Mitigation. Y.Q. Chen, X.L. Ding, W.Z. Shi. 1-9.

Positioning Algorithms for Transport Telematics Applications. W.Y. Ochieng, M.A. Quddus, R.B. Noland. 10-30.

Modelling Mobile Spatial Database with GML. Y.K. Shea, K.L. Cheung, J.N. Cao, S.C. Pun-Cheng. 31-42.

Implementation of Height Information for Modification of Delaunay Triangulation. E.G. Parmehr, A.A. Ardalan, L. Hashemi. 43-48.

Vol.7, No.1, 2005


Assessment of Atmospheric Effects on Repeat-Pass InSAR Measurements in Southern China. Z.W. Li, X.L. Ding, Y.Q. Chen, W. Chen. 1-10.

Real-Time Determination of Precipitable Water Vapor in Hong Kong with GPS Measurements. Y.Q. Chen, X.Y. Wang, P.W. Li. 11-19.

Hong Kong Terrestrial Habitat Mapping and Ranking Based on Conservation Value: Method and Accuracy Assessment. L.M. Yang, H.Y. Sang, H. Lin, J.S. Chen, W. Wong, G.Z. Chen, H.S. Li, Q.W. Zeng. 20-29.

Analysis of Seismic Response of a Tall Tower Monitored with an Integrated GPS and Accelerometer System. X.J. Li, L.L. Ge, E. Ambikairajah, C. Rizos, Y. Tamura. 30-38.


Journal of Surveying Engineering



Vol.131, No.3, 2005


Robust-Biased Estimation Based On Quasi-Accurate Detection. Q.-M. Gui, G.C. Li, J.-K. Ou. 67-72.

Automatic Plotting of Architectural Facades with Multispectral Images. J.L. Lerma. 73-77.

Global Positioning System Detection of Minuteman II Launch and Positioning of Launch Site. M. Hawarey, T. Ayan. 78-86.

Accuracy of Point Layout with Polar Coordinates. O. Baykal, E. Tari, M.Z. Cokun, T. Erden. 87-93.

Trilateration Computer Program M.P. Rossow. 94-96.

Environmental and Socioeconomic Information System for Water Resource Management. M.L. Calijuri, E.M. Bhering, L.A. Souza, J.F. Lorentz, P.J.A. Souza, M.C.T. Libanio. 97-101.

Vol.131, No.4, 2005


Hidden Point Bar Method for High-Precision Industrial Surveys. W.F. Teskey, B. Paul, W.J. Teskey. 103-106.

Robust Estimation of Variance Components with Application in Global Positioning System Network Adjustment. Y.-X. Yang, T.-H. Xu, L.-J. Song. 107-112.

Fixation by Hidden Points Bar from One Theodolite. A. Antonopoulos. 113-117.

Quality Control in Digital Terrain Models. A.S. Meneses, F.R. Chasco, B. Garcia, J. Cabrejas, M.Gonzalez-Audicana. 118-124.

Computer Program for the Inverse Transformation of the Winkel Projection. C. Ipbuker, I.O. Bildirici. 125-129.

Noniterative Method of Solving the GPS Double-Differenced Pseudorange Equations. M. Yang. 130-134.

Error Models and Propagation in Directly Georeferenced Terrestrial Laser Scanner Networks. D.D. Lichti, S.J. Gordon, T. Tipdecho. 135-142.

Discussion of "Effects of Errors in Coordinates on Transformation Parameters" by Hakan S. Kutoglu, Cetin Mekik, and Hakan Akcin. B.H.W. van Gelder, T. Soler. 143.

Review of "GPS Satellite Surveying", third edition by Alfred Leick. S. Hilla. 144.


Marine Geodesy



Vol.28, No.2, 2005


Advances in Marine Information Systems in East Asia. D. Li, J. Su. 103-105.

Short-Term Vertical Datum Variability and Vertical Crustal Movements in East Asia. S. Stiros, P. Pirazzoli. 107-118.

Ambiguity Recovery Using the Triple-Differenced Carrier Phase Type Approach for Long-Range GPS Kinematic Positioning. H. Chen, L. Dai, C. Rizos, S. Han. 119-135.

Design and Implementation of the Hydrographic Production and Management Information System (HYPAMIS). D. Li, H. Sui, X. Zhu, J. Gong. 137-157.

A System for Fast Cartographic Sounding Selection. H. Sui, X. Zhu, A. Zhang. 159-165.

Recognition and Measurement of Marine Topography for Sounding Generalization in Digital Nautical Chart. H. Sui, Z. Jingsheng, L. Yi. 167-174.

An Electronic Chart Display and Information System. X. Wan, C. Gan, C. Huang. 175-189.

High Precision Geoid Models HKGEOID-2000 for Hong Kong and SZGEOID-2000 for Shenzhen, China. Z. Luo, J. Ning, Y. Chen, Z. Yang. 191-200.

Seafloor Classification of Multibeam Sonar Data Using Neural Network Approach. X. Zhou, Y. Chen. 201-206.

Vol.28, No.3, 2005


Are Global Tide Gauge Data Stationary in Variance? H. Bakiiz, H.M. Ng. 209-218.

Variations in Sea Level on the West Trinidad Coast. Keith M. Miller. 219-230.

New Determinations of the Ages of Tide in the North Atlantic Ocean. E. Gil, C. de Toro. 231-250.

Processing Multibeam Backscatter Data. Q.-H. Tang, X.-H. Zhou, Z.-C. Liu, D.-W. Du. 251-258.

Distribution and Origin of Seamounts in the Central Indian Ocean Basin. P. Das, S.D. Iyer, V.N. Kodagali, K.S. Krishna. 259-269.

Vol.28, No.4, 2005


Comparison and Combination of Coastal and Off-Shore Tide Gauge Measurements from Eivissa Island, Western Mediterranean. A. Richter, M. Marcos, S. Monserrat, D. Gomis, S. Ruiz, G. Liebsch, R. Dietrich. 271-289.

Geodetic Datum of Indonesian Maritime Boundaries: Status and Problems. H. Abidin, S. Sutisna, T. Padmasari, K. Villanueva, J. Kahar. 291-304.

A Note on Tsunami Bore Front. S. Nakamura. 305-312.

Local Multiscale Approximations of Geostrophic Oceanic Flow: Theoretical Background and Aspects of Scientific Computing. W. Freeden, D. Michel, V. Michel. 313-329.

A Review of: Numerical Modeling of Water Waves, Second Edition. T. Murty. 331-332.





Vol.42, No.3, 2005



Forward: Fifty years of atomic time-keeping: 1955 to 2005. Terry Quinn.

History of early atomic clocks. N.F Ramsey. S1-S3.

Essen and the National Physical Laboratory's atomic clock. D. Henderson. S4-S9.

The definition of the 'atomic' second. S. Leschiutta. S10-S19.

Atomic time-keeping from 1955 to the present. B. Guinot, E.F. Arias. S20-S30.

The classical caesium beam frequency standard: fifty years later. J. Vanier, C. Audoin. S31-S42.

The PTB primary clocks CS1 and CS2. A. Bauch. S43-S54.

Fifty years of atomic time-keeping at VNIIFTRI. Y. Domnin, B. Gaigerov, N. Koshelyaevsky, S. Poushkin, F. Rusin, V. Tatarenkov, G. Yolkin. S55-S63.

Atomic fountain clocks. R. Wynands, S. Weyers. S64-S79.

The atomic hydrogen maser oscillator. R.F.C. Vessot. S80-S89.

Fifty years of commercial caesium clocks. L.S. Cutler. S90-S99.

Microfabricated atomic frequency references. J. Kitching, S. Knappe, L. Liew, J. Moreland, P.D.D. Schwindt, V. Shah, V. Gerginov, L. Hollberg. S100-S104.

The measurement of optical frequencies. L. Hollberg, S. Diddams, A. Bartels, T. Fortier, K. Kim. S105-S124.

Optical frequency standards. P. Gill. S125-S137.

Relativistic theory for time comparisons: a review. G. Petit, P. Wolf. S138-S144.

Applications of clocks and frequency standards: from the routine to tests of fundamental models. L. Maleki, J. Prestage. S145-S153.

Vol.42, No.4, 2005


Geodetic techniques for time and frequency comparisons using GPS phase and code measurements. J. Ray, K. Senior. 215-232.

A method to estimate the time-position coordinates of a free-falling test-mass in absolute gravimetry. G. D'Agostino, A. Germak, S. Desogus, C. Origlia, G. Barbato. 233-238.

Vol.42, No.5, 2005


Accuracy of two-way satellite time and frequency transfer via non-geostationary satellites. S. Yokota, Y. Takahashi, M. Fujieda, J. Amagai, K. Kimura, S. Hama. 344-350.





Vol.52, No.1, Spring, 2005


Corrections to "Strapdown at the Crossroads". iii

Navigation Error Analysis of Atom Interferometer Inertial Sensor. C. Jekeli. 1-14.

Estimation of Satellite-Based Augmentation System Grid Size at Low Latitudes in the Indian Zone. A. Paul, S.K. Chakraborty, A. Das, A. DasGupta. 15-22.

High-Accuracy DGPS and Precise Point Positioning Based on Ohio CORS Network. P. Wielgosz, D. Grejner-Brzezinska, I. Kashani. 23-28.

Influence of Pseudorange Accuracy on Phase Ambiguity Resolution in Various GPS Modernization Scenarios. D. Milbert. 29-38.

Single-Epoch Weighting Adjustment of GPS Phase Observables. J. Wu, T.-F. Yeh. 39-47.

Vol.52, No.2, Summer, 2005


Sensitivity and Performance Analysis of Doppler-Aided GPS Carrier-Tracking Loops. D. Gebre-Egziabher, A. Razavi, P.K. Enge, J. Gautier, S. Pullen, B.S. Pervan, D.M. Akos. 49-60.

Effects of Multipath and Signal Blockage on GPS Navigation in the Vicinity of the International Space Station (ISS). D.E. Gaylor, E.G. Lightsey, K.W. Key. 61-70.

A Comparison of Direct Radio Frequency Sampling and Conventional GNSS Receiver Architectures. M.L. Psiaki, D.M. Akos, J. Thor. 71-81.

GPS Signal-To-Noise Measurement in Weak Signal and High-Interference Environments. P.D. Groves. 83-94.

A Note on the Group Delay and Phase Advance Phenomenon Associated with GPS Signal Propagation through the Ionosphere. J.-H. Won, J.-S. Lee. 95-97.

On the Reliability of Integer Ambiguity Resolution. S. Verhagen. 99-110.

Improved Knight Method Based on Narrowed Search Space for Instantaneous GPS Attitude Determination. Y. Li, K. Zhang, R. Grenfell. 111-119.


Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing



Vol.71, No.12, December, 2005


ASTER and USGS EROS Disaster Response: Emergency Imaging After Hurricane Katrina. K.A. Duda, M. Abrams. 1346-1350.

Grids and Datums - Dominican Republic. C.J. Mugnier. 1352-1352.

Probing the Relationship Between Classification Error and Class Similarity. O. Ahiqvist, M. Gahegan. 1365-1373.

Automatic Camera Placement in Vision Metrology Based On A Fuzzy Inference System. M. Saadatseresht, F. Samadzadegan, A. Azizi. 1375-1385.

An Evaluation of Remote Sensing-derived Landscape Ecology Metrics for Reservoir Shoreline Environmental Monitoring. M.W. Jackson, J.R. Jensen. 1387-1397.

Automatic Segmentation of High-resolution Satellite Imagery by Integrating Texture, Intensity, and Color Features. X. Hu, C.V. Tao, B. Prenzel. 1399-1406.

Acquisition of Through-water Aerial Survey Images: Surface Effects and the Prediction of Sun Glitter and Subsurface Illumination. R. Mount. 1407-1415.

Derivative Analysis of AVIRIS Data for Crop Stress Detection. L. Estep, G.A. Carter. 1417-1421.

A Methodology for Spatial Uncertainty Analysis of Remote Sensing and GIS Products. G. Wang, G.Z. Gertner, S. Fang, A. Anderson. 1423-1432.


Point of Beginning



Vol.31, No.3, December, 2005


Locating Liberty. T. Babcock. 18.

Rebuilding the Chimney. H.E. Nelson. 24.

Laying Out Alabama B. Baudendistel. 30.

Thompson's Travels. R.C. Leu. 34.

Adding More Birds: Enhancing the use of GPS Survey Systems. B.S. Pressnell. 36.

The Business of Surveying, Part 6: The Pattern of Professional Life. R. Fitch. 40.

Product and Literature Showcase. 56.

2005 CAD/Surveying Software Survey. 58.

The GPS Observer - Adjusting a static GPS network. J.P. Reilly. 42.

The Business Side - Creating a business continuity plan. M.E. Denny. 46.

Back To Basics - How to double-center critical points. W.G. Crawford. 48.

The Technology Benchmark - The practice (and polemics) of water witching. H.O. Ward. 52.


Professional Surveyor



Vol.25, No.6, June 2005


Editor's Desk: It's FREE! G. McGray. 4.

Feature: Setting the Standard in New Jersey. F. Czepiga. 8.

Feature: Around the World in 60 Years. R. Stachurski. 20.

High Definition Surveying - 3D Laser Scanning: Uses in Building and Architectural Surveys. G. Jacobs. 26.

Hands On: FieldGenius 2005 by MicroSurvey Software. J. White. 34.

Business Angle: Using the DWF Format as a Customer Service Tool. J. Salmon. 38.

Second Thoughts: Who Remembers? W. Schmidt. 44.

Stories from the E Files-E for Experience: The Free House. S. Estopinal. 46.

Humor In Surveying: The Winds of Change. E. Henderson. 48.

History Corner: The Greenville Treaty, Part 2. G. Mitchell. 50.

Vol.25, No.7, July 2005


Editor's Desk: What's the Latest? G. McGray. 4.

Feature: Does GIS Really Mean "Get It Surveyed?" Indy Firm Says "Why Not!" B. Strack. 8.

Feature: Using GPS to Monitor Movement of a Cable-Stayed Bridge. R. Schaal, A. Larocca, M. Santos. 18.

Feature: The Art of Surveying...Not Off the Wall! 24.

High Definition Surveying-3D Laser Scanning: Registration and Geo-referencing. G. Jacobs. 26.

Hands On: OfficeSync by MicroSurvey Software, Inc. J. White. 34.

Humor in Surveying: What to Do if You Find Yourself Alone and Naked in a Wilderness with Devil Worshippers. T. Woodsmall. 38.

Second Thoughts: Sacagawea. W. Schmidt. 42.

Stories from the E Files-E for Experience: The Class Action. S. Estopinal. 44.

How Things Work: EDM Cyclic Errors. 48.

History Corner: When the Swamps Meet the Grants. J. Knetsch. 50.

Vol.25, No.8, August 2005


Editor's Desk: The Great Outdoors. G. McGray. 4.

Feature: GPS Tracks World's Longest Solar Car Race. G. MCGray. 8.

Feature: The PLSS: Historical and Cultural Perspectives. J. Boyle. 20.

In Memoriam: Allen W. Osborne. 26.

High Definition Scanning: Let Your Scanner Do the Walking...and the Note-taking. G. Jacobs. 28.

Conference Recap: FIG Symposium on Innovative Technologies for Land Administration. P. van der Molen, C. Lemme. 34.

Business Angle: Organize Your Office with an Intranet. J. Salmon. 37.

Book Review: How to Lie with Maps by Mark Monmonier. J. Purnell. 40.

Humor in Surveying: A Day in the Wife of a Surveyor. W. McCann. 42.

History Corner: Rappahannock Station, Virginia: How a Railroad, a River, and a Civil War Put a Small Town on the Map. M. Root. 44.

Vol.25, No.9, September 2005


Editor's Desk: GPS Comes of Age. G. McGray. 4.

Feature: The Meanders of the State Line Boundary Stone. J. Riney. 8.

Feature: Accessories: Little Things Mean A Lot. J. McGray. 14.

Feature: Thomas Hutchins at Fort Steuben Festival. J. Bratten. 18.

Conference Recap: ESRI Celebrates 25th Anniversary. J. McGray, M. Luccio. 20.

High Definition Scanning: Standard Twenty-Foot Cross Sections? No Problem! G. Jacobs. 26.

Gigglebytes: ItÕs Hard to Survey with a FlyinÕ Squirrel on Your Head. T. Woodsmall. 32.

Business Angle: Free Business Resources for Your Land Surveying Company. J. Salmon. 36.

Education in Surveying: Bachelor Degree Surveying Programs. R. Schultz. 40.

E Files: Cupcake. S. Estopinal. 44.

Rules of the Game: Rules of Evidence III: Exceptions to the Hearsay Rule. D. Wilson. 48.

Observations on Positions: Monkey X-Rays and Ejection Seat Testing. C. Mugnier. 52.

Second Thoughts: Social Insecurity. W. Schmidt. 56.

Vol.25, No.10, October 2005


Editor's Desk: Mighty Storms, Mighty Folks. G. McGray. 4.

Feature: Maps in Our Lives. N. Sandler. 8.

Intersect: How do you make a GIS person understand the importance of data accuracy? R. Rambeau, J. Jackson. 20.

Conference Recap: CMSC 2005. B. Jahn. 24.

High Definition Scanning: Laser Scanning: Big Advantages, Even for Small Projects. G. Jacobs. 30.

Business Angle: Outside Looking In. J. Salmon. 38.

How Things Work: Modern Total Station and Theodolite Axes. 42.

E Files: The Tax Deed. S. Estopinal. 46.

Hands On: RIDGID SeekTech SR-20. J. White. 50.

History Corner: Pioneering Surveying, and Leadership in Illinois and Everywhere: The Life of Don Alonzo Spaulding. J. Knetsch. 52.

Vol.25, No.11, November 2005


Editor's Desk: Tragedy Transformed. G. McGray. 4.

Feature: Katrina and Rita vs. Louisiana. C. Mugnier. 8.

Feature: Riding Out the Storm. G. Durbin. 10.

Feature: USGS Supplies Critical Map Data in Katrina Aftermath. M. Keister. 18.

Feature: A Picture is Worth a Thousand Lives. J. Castagana. 26.

Education in Surveying: 40 Years LaterÑThe Status of U.S. Surveying and Mapping Education in 2005. D. Gibson, J. Plasker. 32.

Intersect: Are Surveyors the Right People to Collect GIS Field Data? J. Jackson, R. Rambeau. 36.

High Definition Scanning: Forensic and Damage Assessment Surveys. G. Jacobs. 38.

GIS Monitor Supplement: GISCorpsÕ Response to Hurricane Katrina. M. Luccio. 44.

Rules of the Game: Rules for Investigation. D. Wilson. 46.

GiggleBytes: Seen Any Tough Old Surveyors Lately? T. Woodsmall. 48.

Second Thoughts: A Month of Sundays. W. Schmidt. 50.

Vol.25, No.12, December 2005


Editor's Desk: Covering it All. G. McGray. 4.

Feature: Utilizing 3D Technology in Renovation Projects. H. Abaza. 8.

Feature: Rapid Aerial Response Assists Disaster Stricken Regions. N. Sandler. 14.

Conference Recap: Impressions of Intergeo. M. Lemmens. 24.

Conference Recap: A SurveyorÕs View of Intergeo. H. Key. 24.

Feature: Rediscovering Biloxi. G. Durbin. 32.

Surveying the Capitol: Surveying Congress. L. Socci. 38.

Intersect: We Speak the Same Language, so Why CanÕt We Communicate? J. Jackson, R. Rambeau. 40.

Book Review: The Great Arc: The Dramatic Tale of How India Was Mapped and Everest Was Named by John Keay. J. Purnell. 42.

Hands On: Maptech Terrain Navigator Pro, Version 7.0. J. White. 44.

Second Thoughts: Peace. W. Schmidt. 47.

Rules of the Game: Rules Self-Imposed by the Courts. D. Wilson. 49.

GiggleBytes: Pulling Teeth (or How to Get Paid). E. Henderson. 51.

How Things Work: Modern Total Station and Theodolite Axes. 52.

History Corner: The Forts of Western Ohio, 1790-1795, Part 1. G. Mitchell. 54.


Studia Geophysica et Geodaetica



Vol.49, No.3, 2005


Determining the Maximum Degree of Harmonic Coefficients in Geopotential Models by Monte Carlo Methods. K.R. Koch. 259-275.

Lame Surfaces as a Generalisation of the Triaxial Ellipsoid. Z. Nadenik. 277-288.

Comparison of the Qualities of Recent Global and Local Gravimetric Geoid Models in Iran. L. Kiamehr, L.E. Sjoberg. 289-304.

Book Review - Methods of Celestial Mechanics, Volume 1: Physical, Mathematical and Numerical Principles, by G. Beutler (in cooperation with L. Mervart and A. Verdun), Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, 2005. J. Kouba. 431-434.

Vol.49, No.4, 2005


GOCE Data Processing: The Spherical Cap Regularization Approach. B. Metzler, R. Pail. 441-462.

A Possible Detection of the 26 December 2004 Great Sumatra- Andaman Islands Earthquake with Solution Products of the International GNSS Service. J. Kouba. 463-483.


Survey Review



Vol.38, No.297, July, 2005


Editorial. M.A.R. Cooper. 176.

Diagnosis of outlier of type multipath in GPS pseudo-range observations. J.L. Awange. 177-189.

Precision and results reliability analysis of different instruments for investigating vertical micro-displacement of structures. B. Kovacic, Z. Kapovic. 190-203.

A computational approach to the Robinson projection. C. Ipbuker. 204-217.

PDOP values for simulated GPS/Galileo positioning. P. Cederholm. 218-228.

Modelling landslide surfaces by kinematic and dynamic surface models: a case study in North Eastern Turkey. M. Yalcinkaya , T. Bayrak, A. Yalcin. 229-242.

Determination of the optimal diameter for spherical targets used in 3D laser scanning. Y. Reshetyuk, M. Horemuz, L.E. Sjoberg. 243-253.

The influence of the sea on driving the Channel Tunnel. A. Johnston. 254-258.

Obituary - Professor Willem Baarda 1917-2005. 259-260.

Vol.38, No.298, October, 2005


Position errors caused by GPS height of instrument blunders. T.H. Meyer, A.L. Hiscox. 262-273.

Increasing reliability of the test for outliers whose magnitude is small. S. Hekimoglu. 274-285.

Using GPS near the forest and quality control. A. Pirti. 286-298.

Robust-type biased estimation in Gauss-Markov model. Q.-M. Gui, G.-Z. Li, J.-K. Ou. 299-307.

Independent control of GPS networks above long tunnels by astronomically determined azimuths or bearing angles. N. Solaric, Z. Versic, D. Spoljaric. 308-316.

Evaluation of National Land Administration System in Switzerland - case study based on a management model. D. Steudler, I.P. Williamson. 317-330.

Effects of observation plan and precision on the duration of outliers detection and fuzzy logic: a real network application. H. Konak, A. Dilaver, E. Ozturk. 331-341.

Book Review - A Survey of Palestine under the British Mandate 1920-1948. 343-343.

Book Review - Plane and Geodetic Surveying - The Management of Control Networks. 344-344.

Vol.38, No.299, January, 2006


Prototype Internet RTK GPS for Bridge Deformation Monitoring. X. Meng, A.H. Dodson, G.W. Roberts, M. Andreotti. 348-357.

About interpretation of GPS Data with the help of Mohr Diagrams. G.B. Vishnyatsky. 358-367.

Return Bootstrapping approach and its reliability. Y. Zhou, J. Liu. 368-378.

Stochastic Models used in Static GPS Relative Positioning. C. Satirapod. 379-386.

Determination of Geoid Heights by GPS and Precise Trigonometric Levelling. M. Soycan. 387-396.

Studying Land Subsidence of Bandung Basin (Indonesia) using GPS Survey Technique. H.Z. Abidin, H. Andreas, M. Gamal, R. Djaja, D. Murdohardono, H. Rajiyowiryono, M. Hendrasto. 397-405.

Semiparametric Model and its Application in Survey Data Processing. P. Xiong. 406-411.

Application of Generalised approach to Datum Transformation between Local Classical and Satellite-based Geodetic Networks. I. Kashani. 412-422.


Surveying and Land Information Science



Vol.65, No.2, 2005


The National Spatial Reference System Readjustment of NAD 83. C. Pearson. 69-74.

A Control Survey and Mapping Project for an Urbanizing Region (A Study in Persistence). K.W. Bauer. 75-83.

The Effects of Unestimated Parameters. C.R. Schwarz. 87-90.

When Ellipsoidal Heights Will Do the Job, Why Look Elsewhere! M. Kumar. 91-94.

GPS Geodesy and Applications (GPS-GAP) - An Internet-based Geodesy and GPS Educational Application. P. Lazio. 95-98.

Assessing Individual Epochs in Airborne GPS. P. Kuntu-Mensah, R. Hintz. 99-104.

Development of Quality Metrics for Linear Features. R. Ramirez, T. Ali. 105-110.

Location of Boundaries Defined by Conveyances - A Question of Timing. J. Curd, A.C. Kellie. 111-117.

Book Review: GPS Satellite Surveying, 3rd ed., by Alfred Leick. D.M. Mulcare. 119-120.

Review of Recent Literature (March-May 2005). M. Craymer, M. Craymer. 121-128.

Vol.65, No.3, 2005



General Report on the 20th Surveying and Mapping Educators Conference. D. Edgar. 133.

Surveying Education and Technology: Who's Zooming Who. R. Burtch. 135-143.

Off-shoring the Geomatics Industry and Geomatics Education. N.W.J. Hazelton. 145-150.

Geomatics Curriculum Design Issues. E.F. Burkholder. 151-157.

Andragogy in Survey Education. K.B. Wurm. 159-162.

Revving Up an Introductory Surveying Lab. B.J. Naberezny, C. Ghilani. 163-168.

GIS and Surveying: Future Opportunities. G. Jeffress. 169-177.

A New Hand-held Calculator for Surveying, Mapping, and Geomatics. J.B. Purnell. 179-188.

Ez-Adjust: A Comprehensive Least Squares Adjustment Tool. S.R. Hashimi. 189-193.

A New Bachelor of Science Degree Curriculum at East Tennessee State University. T.A. Ali, J.W. Nave, M.M. Clark. 195-200.

Geomatics: Model for a Profession in Transition. J.A. Elithorp. 201-209.

Surveying, Geomatics, and Engineering: A Structure for a Rapidly Evolving Profession. N.W.J. Hazelton. 211-222.

A Capstone Course in a Two-Year Geomatics Program. M.D. Paquette. 223-226.


Zeitschrift fur Geodasie, Geoinformation und Landmanagement



Vol.130, No.3, 2005


Accuracy Improvement of Stochastic Modelling of Inertial Sensor Errors. S. Nassar, N. El-Sheimy. 146-155.

Do Robust Methods Identify Outliers More Reliably Than Conventional Tests for Outliers? S. Hekimoglu. 174-180.

Vol.130, No.5, 2005


Bayesian Image Restoration by Markov Chain Monte Carlo Methods. K.-R. Koch. 318-324.

Co- and Post-Seismic Displacements of Permanent GPS Stations Associated with the December 26, 2004 and March 28, 2005 Sumatra Earthquakes. K. Kaniuth. 324-328.

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