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SaLIS, Vol.66, No.3, September, 2006

Review of Recent Literature (March - September 2006)

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.41, No.1, 2006


Upward/downward continuation of gravity gradients for precise geoid determination. G. Toth, L. Foldvari, I.N. Tziavos, J. Adam. 21-30.

Physical backgrounds of Earth's rotation, revision of the terminology. L. Volgyesi. 31-44.

Period estimation and using multivariable data analysis methods in Lake Balaton time-series. J. Kovacs, Z. Koroknai, I. Futo, I. Kovacs-Szekely. 45-54.

Multiscale solution for the Molodensky problem on regular telluroidal surfaces. W. Freeden, C. Mayer. 55-86.

The solution of the 7-parameter datum transformation problem with- and without the Grobner basis. J. Zavoti, T. Jancso. 87-100.

Vol.41, No.2, 2006


Climate signals observed by VLBI. H. Schuh, N. Panafidina, J. Boehm, R. Heinkelmann. 159-170.

Comparison of CHAMP and GRACE geopotential models with terrestrial gravity field data in Hungary. G. Toth, S. Rozsa. 171-180.


ACSM Bulletin



No.220, March/April, 2006


Editorial - B-to-B and social capital. I. Genovese. 8.

1975-1981: Before the 1st ACSM reorganization. I. Genovese. 9.

NSPS—25 years. C. Sumner. 12.

ACSM, Orlando 2006. C. Campbell. 14.

Appalachian trail crossing 2005. D.L. Holland. 16.

Vanished? K. Kloor, D. Merriam. 19.

Bollard artistry. P. Dvorak. 22.

ALTA/ACSM Land Title Survey corner. G. Kent. 23.

New Orleans levee performance assessed. J. Buhrman. 24.

Forensics in surveying. D.A. Wilson. 27.

Reliable sub-meter and up to sub-foot accuracy with Thales GPSDifferential module for Mobile-Mapper(TM) CE. R. Wick. 28.

The Transcontinental Arc: Part 2. C.A. Burroughs. 29.

The F.I.G. Report. J.D. Hohol. 35.

Humanizing computing. I. Genovese. 37.

Geodesy? What’s That? Racing against time (mid 1975-end 1976), Part 14. I.K. Fischer. 38.

What has inventory management got to do with crime prevention? S. Bridges. 49.

No.221, June, 2006


Thales Navigation works for surveyors: Interview with Robert W. Snow. 8.

NSPS provides affordable insurance. J.M. Dolan. 13.

The FIG report. J. Hohol. 16.

ALTA/ACSM Land Title corner. G. Kent. 19.

News from USNC-ICA. C. Brewer. 21.

Geodesy? What’s That? Catch 22 and a string of kudos. I.K. Fischer. 22.

Surveyors hail Senate Resolution 361. D.L. Holland. 30.

Abe Lincoln and the National Surveyors’ Week. J.R. Riney. 33.

Ballad of the Land Surveyor. C. Springfield. 34.

Ask Vic! Victor O. Schinnerer & Co. 36.

JGAC issues in Orlando, 2006. L. Socci. 38.

The Transcontinental Arc: Part 3. C.A. Burroughs. 40.

Ask Dr. Map. Dr. Map. 46.

Young, talented, and ready to make a difference: Interview with Stephanie Deitrick, Arizona State University. 50.

Academic publishing and Open Access. E. Nelson. 51.

Partners in science, technology, and public service. I. Genovese. 53.

No.222, August, 2006


Editorial: What’s in a name? I. Genovese. 6.

GLIS–GIS competition results. G. Jeffress. 8.

On the roads to America. Feature story. I. Genovese. 10.

Roadnotes: FHWA. T.R. Reid. 15.

GLO automated patents and surveys. K. Roberts. 16.

Historic trail in Maryland open to bikers again. C. Hardy. 18.

Industry notes: Topcon Positioning, The Schneider Corporation, Earth Data. 19.

Insert: Ballot nominations 2007. 20.

Trig-Star news. National Trig-Star Committee. 30.

Unfair government withholding provision fought. L. Socci. 33.

Tech notes: American Society of Safety Engineers, American Institute of Physics, Airborne 1. 34.

Ask Dr. Map. Dr. Map. 36.

News from USNC-ICA. C. Brewer. 37.

Contributors to NSPS Foundation, Inc. P. Canfield. 38.

The FIG report: Surveying and GIS—Bridging the Gap: Opening Address by Holger Magel, FIG President. 43.

ALTA/ACSM Land Title corner. G. Kent. 48.

AutoCarto 2006. A. Buckley, E. Anderson. 49.

No.223, October, 2006


Honor Roll Call: David Danko, ESRI. I. Genovese. 6.

Lobby Day 2006. I. Genovese. 8.

Curt Sumner among 25 most influential surveyors. I. Genovese. 12.

From JGAC—What have we been working on? L. Socci. 13.

FEMA reports. B. Kinerney. 14.

Historical survey records. P. Rick, J. Butterfield. 18.

City of Frederick’s special stones. S. Harding. 20.

Floodplain mapping in North Carolina. S.W. Brookhart, C. Hardy. 20.

GPS—The sky is the limit. G. Greulich, I. Genovese. 21.

Industry notes: Trimble, Magellan Navigation, Inc, Your World Games, Global Imaging Technologies. 29.

Building a comprehensive GIS database for Iraq. I. Genovese. 30.

The FIG report vol. 1, no. 5. John Hohol, ACSM-FIG Forum. 35.

GIWIS launched. K. Henton. 36.

Ask Vic! Victor O’Schinnerer & Co. 38.

ALTA/ACSM Land Title corner. G. Kent. 41.

Ask Dr. Map. Dr. Map. 45.

ACSM should have a public relations program. R.R. Randal. 48.


Allgemeine Vermessungs-Nachrichten



Vol.113, No.2, 2006


A preliminary analysis of the EIGEN-CG03C data as a tool for crustal modeling. E. Lewi, M. Becker, E. Groten

Geometric Correction Algorithm of Remote Sensing Image Based on Nonlinear Rational Polynomial Approximation. Z. Lianpeng, L. Guolin, J. Tao

Vol.113, No.6, 2006


The Preliminary Analysis of Accuracy and Reliability of a Geodetic Network Layout of Transport Road: The Preliminary Assumptions and Analysis of Reliability. U. Litwin, W. Krupinski

Modeling Refraction in Precision Leveling by a Method of Similarity. O. Mozzhukhin, A. Gordeevtsev

Vol.113, No.10, 2006


Measurement of Displacement and Deformations on the Biggest Slovenian Viaduct, with Particular Stress on Accuracy Calculations. B. Kovacic, R. Kamnik


Artificial Satellites



Vol.40, No.3, 2005


Integer Aperture Least-Squares Estimation. P.J.G. Teunissen. 149-160.

On the Computation of the Best Integer Equivariant Estimator. P.J.G. Teunissen. 161-171.

Long-Baseline Kinematic GPS Data Analysis for ENVISAT Radar Altimeter Calibration. T. Schuler. 173-184.

Multivariate Stochastic Prediction of the Global Mean Sea Level Anomalies Based on TOPEX/Poseidon Satellite Altimetry. T. Niedzielski, W. Kosek. 185-198.

Atmospheric and Oceanic Influence on Polar Motion - Numerical Results From Two Independent Model Combinations. F. Seitz. 199-215.

Vol.40, No.4, 2005


GNSS Ambiguity Resolution with Optimally Controlled Failure-Rate. P.J.G. Teunissen. 219-227.

Upward Continuation of Gravity Gradients for Validation of the GOCE Measurements. J.B. Zielinski, J.K. Latka, M. Kuzmicz-Cieslak. 229-249.

Application of the Spectral Analysis for the Mathematical Modelling of the Rigid Earth Rotation. V.V. Pashkevich, G.I. Eroshkin. 251-259.

Analysis of Polynomial Approximation Algorithms of Compression Method for Satellite laser Ranging Measurements. D. Kucharski. 261-268.

Vol.41, No.1, 2006


Comparison of Availability of Galileo, GPS, and a Combined Galileo/GPS Navigation Systems. J. Wang, W. Keller, M.A. Sharifi. 3-15.

On INSAR Ambiguity Resolution for Deformation Monitoring. P.J.G. Teunissen. 17-22.

A Neural Network Relation of GPS Results with Continental Hydrology. C. Ogaja. 23-32.

Performance of Static Positioning for Medium Distances Based on Data from a Virtual Reference Station and ASG-PL Network. M. Bakula. 33-42.

Impact of TEC Fluctuations in the Antarctic Ionosphere on GPS Positioning. A. Krankowski, I.I. Shagimuratov. 43-56.


Bollettino di Geodesia e Scienze Affini



Vol.64, No.4, 2005


Fast algorithm for comparing the second order derivatives of the disturbing potential. H.A. Abd-Elmotaal. 191-208.

The derivation and analysis of topographic/isostatic gravity models up to degree and order 1082. D. Tsoulis. 211-225.

Precise point positioning: studio sulle accuratezze e precisioni ottenibili. S. Gandolfi, L. Gusella, M. Milano. 227-253.

Elementi astronomici per il calendario dell'anno 2006 calcolati dall'INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Cagliari. A. Poma, E. Simeone. 255-273.

Vol.65, No.1, 2006


Il fondale marino nella cartografia ufficiale italiana e straniera: norme tecniche e modalita di rappresentazione. M. Milli, L. Surace. 1-22.

The conformal mapping as a limiting case of mapping. A. Antonopoulos. 25-34.

Dal metodo analogico al procedimento digitale: la transformazione dell'immagine e l'immagazzinamento dei dati. A. Arrighi. 37-55.


Geodezja i Kartografia


Vol.55, No.1, 2006


Revisiting least squares: A discussion on the leading estimation principle in geodesy. C. Kotsakis, M.G. Sideris. 3-22.

The effect of topography and quality of a digital terrain model on the accuracy of terrain corrections for centimetre quasigeoid modelling. M. Grzyb, J. Krynski, M. Mank. 23-46.

Processing of images recorded by the radar method, aimed at construction of metric 3D models of subsurface objects and structures. J. Gocal, L. Ortyl, M. Soltys. 47-56.

Vol.55, No.2, 2006


Further developments in PAC method of adjustment of geodetic networks. A. Dumalski. 61-75.

The problem of solving systems of linear equations by means of neural networks. J. Gil. 77-94.

Calibration of very close range digital cameras. A. Bujakiewicz, M. Kowalczyk, P. Podlasiak, D. Zawieska. 95-108.





Vol.60, No.2, 2006


Introduction Guest Editor / Introduction Redacteur en chef invite. R. Duval. 131-135.

Space Geodetic Techniques and the Canadian Spatial Reference System Evolution, Status and Possibilities. P. Heroux, J. Kouba, N. Beck, F. Lahaye, Y. Mireault, P. Tetreault, P. Collins, K. MacLeod, M. Caissy. 137-150.

The Evolution of NAD83 in Canada. M.R. Craymer. 151-164.

A Gravimetric Geoid Model as a Vertical Datum in Canada. M. Veronneau, R. Duval, J. Huang. 165-172.

Crustal Motion and Deformation Monitoring of the Canadian Landmass. J.A. Henton, M.R. Craymer, H. Dragert, S. Mazzotti, R. Ferland, D.L. Forbes. 173-191.

Global Geodetic Observing System - Consideration for the Geodetic Network Infrastructure. M. Pearlman, Z. Altamimi, N. Beck, R. Forsberg, W. Gurtner, S. Kenyon, D. Behrend, F.G. Lemoine, C. Ma, C.E. Noll, E.C. Pavlis, Z. Malkin, A.W. Moore, F.H. Webb, R.E. Neilan, J.C. Ries, M. Rothacher, P. Willis. 193-204.

Geomatics and the Law: Root and Branch. A. McEwen. 206-207.


Geophysical Journal International



Vol.165, No.1, April, 2006


Constraints on mantle anelasticity from geodetic observations, and implications for the J2 anomaly. D. Benjamin, J. Wahr, R.D. Ray, G.D. Egbert, S.D. Desai. 3-16. DOI </10.1111/j.1365-246X.2006.02915.x>

Vol.165, No.2, May, 2006


Sensitivity of relative sea levels and crustal velocities in Laurentide to radial and lateral viscosity variations in the mantle. P. Wu. 401-413. DOI </10.1111/j.1365-246X.2006.02960.x>

Vol.165, No.3, June, 2006


Theoretical background of retrieving Green's function by cross-correlation: one-dimensional case. H. Nakahara. 719-728. DOI </10.1111/j.1365-246X.2006.02916.x>

A geophysical interpretation of the secular displacement and gravity rates observed at Ny-Alesund, Svalbard in the Arctic-effects of post-glacial rebound and present-day ice melting. T. Sato, J. Okuno, J. Hinderer, D.S. MacMillan, H.-P. Plag, O. Francis, R. Falk, Y. Fukuda. 729-743. DOI </10.1111/j.1365-246X.2006.02992.x>

Vol.166, No.1, July, 2006


Choice of optimal averaging radii for temporal GRACE gravity solutions, a comparison with GPS and satellite altimetry. M. King, P. Moore, P. Clarke, D. Lavallee. 1-11. DOI </10.1111/j.1365-246X.2006.03017.x>

Vol.166, No.3, September, 2006


Geodetic observations of ice flow velocities over the southern part of subglacial Lake Vostok, Antarctica, and their glaciological implications. J. Wendt, R. Dietrich, M. Fritsche, A. Wendt, A. Yuskevich, A. Kokhanov, A. Senatorov, V. Lukin, K. Shibuya, K. Doi. 991-998. DOI </10.1111/j.1365-246X.2006.03061.x>

Comparison of methods to model the gravitational gradients from topographic data bases. C. Jekeli, L. Zhu. 999-1014. DOI </10.1111/j.1365-246X.2006.03063.x>

Gravity anomalies and segmentation at the East Coast, USA continental margin. P. Wyer, A.B. Watts. 1015-1038. DOI </10.1111/j.1365-246X.2006.03066.x>

Spherical Slepian functions and the polar gap in geodesy. F.J. Simons, F.A. Dahlen. 1039-1061. DOI </10.1111/j.1365-246X.2006.03065.x>


Geophysical Research Letters



Vol.33, No.4, 2006


A climatology of multiple tropopauses derived from GPS radio occultations with CHAMP and SAC-C. T. Schmidt, G. Beyerle, S. Heise, J. Wickert, M. Rothacher. L04808. DOI </10.1029/2005GL024600>

Vol.33, No.6, 2006


Ocean loading deformations caused by storm surges on the northwest European shelf. F. Fratepietro, T.F. Baker, S.D.P. Williams, M. Van Camp. L06317. DOI </10.1029/2005GL025475>

Accuracy of GRACE mass estimates. J. Wahr, S. Swenson, I. Velicogna. L06401. DOI </10.1029/2005GL025305>

Vol.33, No.7, 2006


Global Mapping Function (GMF): A new empirical mapping function based on numerical weather model data. J. Boehm, A. Niell, P. Tregoning, H. Schuh. L07304. DOI </10.1029/2005GL025546>

ICESat Antarctic elevation data: Preliminary precision and accuracy assessment. C.A. Shuman, H.J. Zwally, B.E. Schutz, A.C. Brenner, J.P. DiMarzio, V.P. Suchdeo, H.A. Fricker. L07501. DOI </10.1029/2005GL025227>

Errors of regional mass variations inferred from GRACE monthly solutions. M. Horwath, R. Dietrich. L07502. DOI </10.1029/2005GL025550>

Vol.33, No.8, 2006


Impact of solid Earth tide models on GPS coordinate and tropospheric time series. C. Watson, P. Tregoning, R. Coleman. L08306. DOI </10.1029/2005GL025538>

Post-processing removal of correlated errors in GRACE data. S. Swenson, J. Wahr. L08402. DOI </10.1029/2005GL025285>

Regional high-resolution spatiotemporal gravity modeling from GRACE data using spherical wavelets. M. Schmidt, S.-C. Han, J. Kusche, L. Sanchez, C.K. Shum. L08403. DOI </10.1029/2005GL025509>

Inter-annual sea level variability in the southern Gulf of Mexico (1966-1976). D.A. Salas-de-Leon, M.A. Monreal-Gomez, D. Salas-Monreal, M.L. Riveron-Enzastiga, N.L. Sanchez-Santillan. L08610. DOI </10.1029/2006GL025832>

Vol.33, No.10, 2006


Geodetic constraints on the Bhuj 2001 earthquake and surface deformation in the Kachchh Rift Basin. K. Wallace, R. Bilham, F. Blume, V.K. Gaur, V. Gahalaut. L10301. DOI </10.1029/2006GL025775>

Vol.33, No.11, 2006


Antarctic mass rates from GRACE. J.L. Chen, C.R. Wilson, D.D. Blankenship, B.D. Tapley. L11502. DOI </10.1029/2006GL026369>

Independent active microplate tectonics of northeast Asia from GPS velocities and block modeling. E.V. Apel, R. Burgmann, G. Steblov, N. Vasilenko, R. King, A. Prytkov. L11303. DOI </10.1029/2006GL026077>

Accuracy of high-rate GPS for seismology. P. Elosegui, J.L. Davis, D. Oberlander, R. Baena, G. Ekstrom. L11308. DOI </10.1029/2006GL026065>

Rapid determination of earthquake magnitude using GPS for tsunami warning systems. G. Blewitt, C. Kreemer, W.C. Hammond, H.-P. Plag, S. Stein, E. Okal. L11309. DOI </10.1029/2006GL026145>

Vol.33, No.13, 2006


Rapid variations in polar motion during the 2005-2006 winter season. S.B. Lambert, C. Bizouard, V. Dehant. L13303. DOI </10.1029/2006GL026422>

Impact of 3-D Earth structure on Fennoscandian glacial isostatic adjustment: Implications for space-geodetic estimates of present-day crustal deformations. P. Whitehouse, K. Latychev, G.A. Milne, J.X. Mitrovica, R. Kendall. L13502. DOI </10.1029/2006GL026568>

Vol.33, No.14, 2006


Testing for fault activity at Yucca Mountain, Nevada, using independent GPS results from the BARGEN network. E.M. Hill, G. Blewitt. L14302. DOI </10.1029/2006GL026140>

Annual sea level amphidromes in the South China Sea revealed by merged altimeter data. C. Zhang, B. Wang, G. Chen. L14606. DOI </10.1029/2006GL026493>

On the role of the GRACE mission in the joint assimilation of altimetric and TAO data in a tropical Pacific Ocean model. F. Castruccio, J. Verron, L. Gourdeau, J.M. Brankart, P. Brasseur. L14616. DOI </10.1029/2006GL025823>

GPS profiling of the lower troposphere from space: Inversion and demodulation of the open-loop radio occultation signals. S. Sokolovskiy, C. Rocken, D. Hunt, W. Schreiner, J. Johnson, D. Masters, S. Esterhuizen. L14816. DOI </10.1029/2006GL026112>





Vol.19, No.8, August, 2006


Positions - Common Environments Build on Participation. M. Ball. 8.

Beyond Mapping - Spatial Data Mining "Down on the Farm". J. Berry. 18.

Critical GIS - The Perils and Pleasures of Using Census Data. J.W. Crampton. 20.

Mobile GIS - Post-Processing: Ideal Insurance for Mobile GIS. R. Bisio. 22.

Conservation Success with Mobile GIS. K.P. Corbley. 24.

An Impending Massive 3-D Mashup (Part III). F. Limp. 28.

Breaking Barriers - GML and WFS Enhance Sensor Data. R. Lake, F. Denap. 32.

Tech Time - Maturity Creates Opportunities for GeoEntrepeneurs. D. Hart. 46.


GIM International



Vol.20, No.7, 2006


Mapping an Oil Pipeline: DEMs and Ortho-imagery for Columbia from Dual-band Side-looking Radar. J. Allen, J. Reis. 13.

European Property Information: EULIS: Removing Barriers to Cross-border Lending. J. Atkey. 21.

Towards SDI for Somalia: Possible Roles for the SWALIM Project. C. von Hagen, J. Cody, L. Njeru. 36.

Fuzzy Classification: a Case Study: Using Landsat TM images in Iran. A.M. Lak, M. Hamrah, G.H. Majdabadi. 42.

ICT and Land Administration: Benefiting from Technological Innovations. C. Lemmen. 44.

Editorial - Environmental. D. Haarsma. 5.

Interview - Promoting Capacity Building: GIM Interviews Ian Dowman, Professor of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, UCL and President of ISPRS. M. Lemmens. 7.

Pinpoint - Giants Eye Up Geomatics. M. Lemmens. 11.

OGC Column - Making the Small More Visible. P.C. Dibner. 19.

Review - 2006 Annual ASPRS Conference: Prospecting for Geospatial Information. M. Lemmens. 41.

Company's View - Spatial Technologies for Non-experts: eSpatial Solutions. O. Power, E. Walsh. 48.

FIG Page - CASLE Conference in Africa; FIG President Visits Tbilisi. M. Villikka. 57.

ICA Page - Early Warning and Risk Management. W. Ottichilo. 59.

ISPRS Page - ISPRS at ASPRS AGM. S.A. Morain. 61.

Insider's View - Recording Land-use Rights. P. Dale. 65.

Vol.20, No.8, 2006


Geographic Data Models: Shared Content and Services for the GeoWeb. S. Grise. 13.

Rapid Post-disaster Mapping: Airborne Remote Sensing and Hurricane Katrina. K.P. Corbley. 19.

Towards Geodata-based Communities: Moving from Mapping Tool to Digital Peep-box. R. van Lammeren, A. Bergsma. 31.

GIS in Forest Management: Preparing a Forest Working Plan in India. Y.L.P. Rao. 41.

GIS in City Fire Hazard: Petrol Station Vicinity Vulnerability Assessment. U. Sur, B.S. Sokhi. 50.

Editorial - Benefits. D. Haarsma. 5.

Interview - New Ways of Managing Organisations: GIM Interviews Jack Dangermond, President and Founder, ESRI. M. Lemmens. 7.

Pinpoint - Spatial Data Clearinghouses. M. Lemmens. 11.

OGC Column - The Road Ahead. D.M. Danko. 17.

Review - Bentley User Conference Europe: Commitment to Third Dimension. S. Zlatanova. 34.

Preview - ESRI User Conference - A Preview: 7th to 11th August, San Diego, California, US. M. Lemmens, A. Miedema. 45.

Company's View - Focus Africa and Middle East: Maps geosystems. R. Becker. 53.

FIG Page - Joint 12th FIG International Symposium on Deformation Measurements and Analysis / 3rd IAG Symposium on Geodesy for Geotechnical and Structural Engineering; FIG Workshop on e-Governance, Knowledge Management and e-Learning; FIG President Visits Israel. 65.

ICA Page - User and Users of GI. 67.

ISPRS Page - ISPRS and Africa; First ISPRS Symposium. 69.

Insider's View - Industrial Vision Metrology Supports Power Plant Renewal in Japan. S. Hattori. 73.

Vol.20, No.9, 2006


Adapting 3D Laser Scanning for the Surveyor: Meeting Specific Needs to Increase Productivity. T. Lemmon, P. Biddiscombe. 13.

Good Governance, Good Geo-Info: Essential Role for GI at all Levels. M. Molenaar. 19.

Global Spatial Data Model: The Digital Revolution - Whither Now? E.F. Burkholder. 25.

Iranian Permanent GPS Network: Using GPS to Understand Earthquakes. Y. Djamour, H.R. Nankali, Z. Rahimi. 40.

Large Scale Reference Database: A Digital Land-Parcel Infrastructure for France. R. Rollins. 45.

Editorial - Democratic. D. Haarsma. 5.

Interview - Strong Emphasis on R&D in Lidar: GIM Interviews Dr Allan Carswell, Optech Incorporated. M. Lemmens. 7.

Pinpoint - Scale and Level of Detail. M. Lemmens. 11.

OCG Column - Advantaging All. D.R. Peyton. 17.

Product Survey - 3D Laser Scanner Software. M. Lemmens. 49.

Company's View - Precision by Tradition: geo-FENNEL. B. Vogel. 56.

FIG Page - FIG at 3rd World Urban Forum. 65.

ICA page - New Map Medium Education. M.P. Peterson. 67.

ISPRS Page - Commission VI Symposium; Technical Commission I Symposium. 69.

Insider's View - SDI: Simple as Five Fingers. F. Salge. 73.

Vol.20, No.10, 2006


Airborne Lidar Bathymetry: Mapping Shallow Rivers under Low-flow Conditions. D. Millar, J. Gerhard, R. Hilldale. 15.

Positional Accuracy of Old Maps: Historical Military Mapping of Czech Lands. R. Zimova, J. Pest'ak, B. Veverka. 21.

CAD File Conversion for 3D GIS: 3D Modelling of Troy University Campus. S. Ramroop. 50.

Editorial - Civilian Soldier. D. Haarsma. 5.

Interview - Well-Grounded Specialised Generalists: GIM International Interviews FIG President Holger Magel. C. Lemmen. 7.

Pinpoint - Looking Back to Look Ahead. M. Lemmens. 11.

Technology in Focus - Glonass: Dawn, Decline and Revival. H. Key, M. Lemmens. 13.

OCG Column - OGC Standards and Mapsolute Map24. C. Kiehle. 19.

Preview - Intergeo 2006 - Preview: 10th - 12th October, Munich, Germany. M. Lemmens. 25.

Review - Workshop 3D Geo-information 2006: Efforts to Realise 3D GIS Software and Solutions. A.A. Rahman. 49.

Review - ESRI International User Conference: Geography and GIS: Communicating Our World. M. Lemmens. 54.

Product Survey - GNSS Receivers. H.J. Key. 57.

Company's View - Aiming for 'Top Four': Pentax Corporation. C. Lefebvre. 69.

FIG Page - Shaping Change: FIG XXIII Congress and German Intergeo. H. Magel. 81.

ICA page - History of Cartography. A. Postnikov. 83.

ISPRS Page - GICON 2006; 36th Scientific Assembly COSPAR. 69.

Insider's View - Land Administration Studies. P. van der Molen. 89.


GPS Solutions



Vol.10, No.2, 2006


Ground deformation of Papandayan volcano before, during, and after the 2002 eruption as detected by GPS surveys. H.Z. Abidin, H. Andreas, M. Gamal, O.K. Suganda, I. Meilano, M. Hendrasto, M.A. Kusuma, D. Darmawan, M.A. Purbawinata, A.D. Wirakusumah, F. Kimata. 75-84. DOI </10.1007/s10291-005-0009-1>

A measurement domain receiver autonomous integrity monitoring algorithm. S. Feng, W.Y. Ochieng, D. Walsh, R. Ioannides. 85-96. DOI <</10.1007/s10291-005-0010-8>

Comparing DGPS corrections prediction using neural network, fuzzy neural network, and Kalman filter. M.R. Mosavi. 97-107. DOI </10.1007/s10291-005-0011-7>

Impact of systematic errors on precise long-baseline kinematic GPS positioning. T. Schuler. 108-125. DOI </10.1007/s10291-005-0012-6>

Estimating atmospheric pressure loading regression coefficients from GPS observations. K. Kaniuth, S. Vetter. 126-134. DOI </10.1007/s10291-005-0014-4>

Erratum: Estimating atmospheric pressure loading regression coefficients from GPS observations. K. Kaniuth, S. Vetter. 135-135. DOI </10.1007/s10291-005-0019-z>

Absolute calibration of GPS antennas: laboratory results and comparison with field and robot techniques. B. Gorres, J. Campbell, M. Becker, M. Siemes. 136-145. DOI </10.1007/s10291-005-0015-3>

GIOVE-A initial signal analysis. O. Montenbruck, C. Gunther, S. Graf, M. Garcia-Fernandez, J. Furthner, H. Kuhlen. 146-153. DOI </10.1007/s10291-006-0027-7>

Vol.10, No.3, 2006


GNSS receiver autonomous integrity monitoring (RAIM) performance analysis. S. Hewitson, J. Wang. 155-170. DOI </10.1007/s10291-005-0016-2>

Analysis of GPS RTK performance using external NOAA tropospheric corrections integrated with a multiple reference station approach. Y.W. Ahn, G. Lachapelle, S. Skone, S. Gutman, S. Sahm. 171-186. DOI </10.1007/s10291-005-0017-1>

Narrowlane: is it worth it? M.G. Petovello. 187-195. DOI </10.1007/s10291-006-0020-1>

GBAS testbed development in Taiwan with a prototype GPS/GBAS receiver. H.-S. Wang, W.-C. Yang. 197-206. DOI </10.1007/s10291-006-0021-0>

A GPS-slaved time synchronization system for hybrid navigation. B. Li, C. Rizos, H.K. Lee, H.K. Lee. 207-217. DOI </10.1007/s10291-006-0022-z>

Automated GPS processing for global total electron content data. W. Rideout, A. Coster. 219-228. DOI </10.1007/s10291-006-0029-5>

GPS/GNSS current bibliography. T. Soler. 229-231. DOI </10.1007/s10291-006-0031-y>


GPS World



Vol.17, No.3, 2006


From the Editor: Position on Position. A. Cameron. 10.

The View from Here: GPS Healthy - But Send Money. L. Jacobson. 12.

New, Improved GPS: The Legacy Accuracy Improvement Initiative. T. Creel, A.J. Dorsey, P.J. Mendicki, J. Little, R.G. Mach, B.A. Renfro. 20.

Wireless Choices for LBS: Control Plane and User Plane Architectures. A. Gum, K. Burroughs. 32.

Call Me a Cab: Network Links GPS-AVM Systems. N. Tsukada, K. Takada. 44.

GPS Survey Addenda. 42.

GPS + Modernized GPS + Galileo: Signal Timing Biases. C. Hegarty, E. Powers, B. Fonville. 49.

Vol.17, No.4, 2006


Federal RadioNav Plan Addresses Mix. 14.

Forty-Three Tons of Autonomous Navigation. 21.

Radar'd Out: GPS Vulnerable to High-Power Microwaves. S. Williams. 26.

EGNOS Takes Flight: Aviation Trials Signal Benefits in Difficult Approach Environments. H. Veerman, P. Rosenthal, O. Perrin. 36.

Drive-By DTM: GPS and GSM Power Cost-Effective Terrain Modeling. A. Ciecko, B. Oszczak, S. Oszczak. 44.

Spacecraft Navigator. W. Bamford, L. Winternitz, C. Hay. 50.

Out in Front - Call in for Backup. A. Cameron. 10.

Expert Advice - 2015: Good Times Ahead. M.U. Ripple. 12.

Galileo Opportunities - A European Manufacturer's Perspective. P. Grognard. 20.

Business Outlook - GPS Phones Will Boom, but Hurdles Loom. 25.

Vol.17, No.5, 2006


Out in Front - Leaders Made, Not Born. A. Cameron. 10.

Expert Advice - Two Years Inside the Beltway. W.J. Klepczynski. 12.

GIOVE-A L1 signal Analyzed and Decoded. 14.

Oregon Road Tests GPS Mileage Tax. 20.

Business Outlook - Galileo Market Context Update; Phones and Cars. 25.

An Eye for Landscape: Rapid Aerial Mapping with Handheld Sensors. J. Skaloud, J. Vallet, K. Keller, G. Veyssiere, O. Kolbl. 26.

Fifty Leaders to Watch in GNSS. 34.

GPS Buoys Nautical Measurements. E.N. Arroyo-Suarez, D.L. Mabey, V. Hsiao, R. Phillips. 46.

Innovation - GNSS Radio. J.K. Ray, S.M. Deshpande, R.A. Nayak, M.E. Cannon. 51.

Vol.17, No.6, 2006


The System - Robotic Vehicles Take It to the Streets. 14.

The Business - Navman Up for Sale. 18.

Navigation & Guidance - Platoon Roll! S. Crawford, E. Cannon, F. Michaud, D. Letourneau, P. Lepage. 24.

Corporate Profile - Leadership Series 2006. 33.

Buyers Guide 2006. 55.

Buyers Guide 2006 - Company Directory. 56.

Buyers Guide 2006 - Products and Services Directory. 60.

System Design & Test - Innovation: Searching for Galileo. M.L. Psiaki, T.E. Humphreys, S. Mohiuddin, S.P. Powell, A.P. Cerruti, P.M. Kintner. 66.

Out in Front - Industry Pilot. A. Cameron. 10.

Expert Advice - The Case of eLORAN. S. Basker. 12.

Leadership Talks - Core Strategy: NovAtel Onboard. 22.

Seen + Heard - GPS CoPilots Stars to Finish Line; Going, Going, GPS!; Iraqi Army Training on GPS; Athletes Go Global. 76.

Vol.17, No.7, 2006


The System - GPS III Delay and the Great Integrity Debate. 13.

The Business - Philips Hits the Spot for ALK. 18.

Business Outlook - Next Big Market, Next Big Thing. A. Sage. 22.

Tracking Wireless - PowerDown: Achieving Low Energy-Per-Fix in Cell Phones. W. Ballantyne, G. Turetzky, G. Slimak, J. Shewfelt. 24.

Navigation & Guidance - Aerial Advantage: Robust Sensor Fusion for GPS Inertial Measurement Units in Diverse Flight Environments. D.S. Liccardo, J.A. Rios. 33.

Navigation & Tracking - Innovation: GPS + LORAN-C. J. Carroll. 40.

Out in Front - Getting Better All The Time. A. Cameron. 10.

Expert Advice - Quick Look at Galileo ICD. A. Brown. 12.

Leadership Talks - Introducing Nav to Everyday Life: An Interview with TomTom USA president Jocelyn Vigreux. 23.

Seen + Heard - FEMA Adds GPS to Hurricane Response Tools; Patrolling for Pets on New Orleans Streets; Guides Dogs Get New Companion. 52.

Vol.17, No.8, 2006


The System - Next-Generation Air Traffic Controlled by GPS. 14.

The Business - Rosum Awarded Two New Patents. 18.

Business Outlook - Stronger Consumer Interest in GPS for Traffic. C. Driscoll. 24.

Tracking & Wireless - Go Deep: Marine Mammal Makes for At-Sea Monitoring. G.H. Elkaim, E.B. Decker, G. Oliver, B. Wright. 30.

Military - Make Every Shot Count. T. Cozzens. 34.

Tracking & Wireless - Implant Issues More than Skin Deep. T. Cozzens. 38.

Navigation & Guidance - Driving the Future. M. Proietti, J. McNew. 40.

Tracking & Wireless - Get me to the Office on Time. T. Cozzens. 49.

Product Showcase - Surveying & Mapping. 27.

Product Showcase - Receiver Technology. 29.

Product Showcase - Military. 36.

Product Showcase - Timing & Synchronization. 36.

Product Showcase - Tracking & Wireless. 37.

Product Showcase - Navigation & Guidance. 42.

Product Showcase - GPS-Related Hardware. 44.

Product Showcase - GPS-Related Software. 45.

Out In front - The Very Idea. A. Cameron. 10.

Expert Advice - What's New: ION GNSS 2006. C. Bartone. 12.

Leadership Talks - Standardized Quality: 24/7 SQ. Interview with Eduardo Falcon of Topcon. 26.

The Almanac - GPS, GLONASS, Galileo and SBAS satellite constellation information sources. 46.

Seen + Heard - GPS Hits the Airwaves with Magellan, SueSue, and Yao Ming. 52.

Vol.17, No.9, 2006


The System - Air Force GPS Wing Commander on Constellation Status: NDGPS to the Chop Block. 18.

The Business - IndyCar Series Supplements Broadcast with GPS Data. 26

Business Outlook - Picking GPS Stocks. F. Zucchi. 30.

Avionics - Approach with Precision: Ground Augmentation Proves Out. T. Murphy, J. Ackland, T. Imrich, T. Lapp, R. Friedman. 32.

Transportation - Get Ready, Get Set, Race! Position and Orientation Data for Autonomous Navigation. W. Whittaker, L. Nastro. 40.

Military - Troubleshoot Before Takeoff: Modeling and Simulation for Navigation System Testing. C. Hay, C. Ford, G. Gerten. 48.

Innovation - Phase Wind-Up Analysis: Assessing Real-Time Kinematic Performance. D. Kim, L. Serrano, R. Langley. 58.

Out in Front - Hellraiser. A. Cameron. 10.

Expert Advice - Managing the GPS Constellation for Today's Needs. J.W. Lavrakas. 12.

Leadership Talks - Is Galileo Real - Or Not? J. Ashjaee. 22.

Seen + Heard - New Companies Crowd Consumer Nav Market; Census Bureau Adopts GPS. T. Cozzens. 68.


The Hydrographic Journal



No.121, July, 2006


3D Hydrographic Data Presented by Means of the Chromo Stereoscopic Technique. R. Ostnes, V.J. Abbott, J. Lavender. 3-8.

Ambient Noise in Very Shallow Water: Large Scale Laboratory Experiments and Field Measurements. D. Priestley. 9-16.

Hydrographic Reputations: Matthew Flinders, Nicolas Baudin and Australia's 'Unknown Coast'. J. Fornasiero, P. Monteath, J. West-Sooby. 17-23.

The UK Hydrographic Office Archive. P. Clayton-Gore. 24-24.

World Hydrography Day. 25-29.

Canadian Hydrographic Conference 2006. 31-31.

Australasian Hydrographic Society Awards 2006. 32-35.


Inside GNSS



Vol.1, No.3, 2006


Thinking Aloud - Bring Out the Galileo ICD. G. Gibbons. 12.

EAC Introductions - Introducing...Per Enge, Brad Parkinson, Sergey Revnivykh, Tom Stansell. 16.

GNSS Solutions - What about adaptive antenna arrays, multi-GNSS tropospheric monitoring, and high-dynamic receivers? G. Lachapelle, M. Petovello, L. Scott, S. Skone, J. Raquet. 20.

GPS Help Line: The New GPS Operations Center for Warfighters. V. Daniels. 26.

On Target: Offshore Scoring of Precision Guided Munitions Using Tactical Acoustic Realtime Geolocation System. M.A. Cardoza, J.R. Kayser, W.F. Wade. 32.

Builders Notes: Russia's GLONASS At the Stage of Active Implementation. V. Bartenev, V. Kosenko, V. Chebotarev. 40.

Geodesy and Satellite Navigation: A Lighthearted Look at a Strange Relationship. V. Ashkenazi. 44.

Using Maps As Automotive Sensors: Driver Assistance and Awareness Applications F. Ibrahim. 50.

GNSS Meteorology on Moving Platforms: Advances and Limitations in Kinematic Water Vapor Estimation. T. Schuler. 56.

Vol.1, No.4, 2006


Re-engineering the Airways. M.W. Leslie. 18.

First Laser Range Measurements to GIOVE-A. G. Appleby, P. Gibbs. 28.

Mobile RTK: Using Low-Cost GPS and Internet-Enabled Wireless Phones. K. Alanen, L. Wirola, J. Kappi, J. Syrjarinne. 32.

Attitude Adjustment: Devising and Flying a Low-Cost GPS-Based Backup. R. Kornfeld. 40.

GNSS Album: Images and Spectral Signatures of the New GNSS Signals. S. Lo, A. Chen, P. Enge, G. Gao, D. Akos, J.-L. Issler, L. Ries, T. Grelier, J. Dantepal. 46.

GNSS Solutions - What about adaptive antenna arrays, multi-GNSS tropospheric monitoring, and high-dynamic receivers? G. Lachapelle, M. Petovello, O. Julien, C. Macabiau, R.L. Reaser, A. Simsky. 22.

Working Papers - MBOC: The New Optimized Spreading Modulation Recommended for Galileo L1 OS and GPS L1C. G.W. Hein, J.-A. Avila-Rodriguez, S. Wallner, J.W. Betz, C.J. Hegarty, J.J. Rushanan, A.L. Kraay, A.R. Pratt, S. Lenahan, J. Owen, J.-L. Issler, T.A. Stansell. 57.

Thinking Alound - GNSS Marketplace. G. Gibbons. 12.

Editorial Advisors - Introducing... Pascal Campagne, Len Jacobson. 14.

360 Degrees - News from the world of GNSS: GPS III, Block IIF Programs Hit New Delays; Civil L1 Signals: Galileo ICD, GPS L1C, New MBOC. 16.

Vol.1, No.5, 2006


BOC or MBOC? The Common GPS/Galileo Civil Signal Design: A Manufacturers Dialog. T. Stansell, P. Fenton, L. Garin, R. Hatch, J. Knight, D. Rowitch, L. Sheynblat, A. Stratton, J. Studenny, L. Weill. 30.

Uh-Oh, It's UXO! A Global Differential GPS Solution for Clearing Unexploded Ordnance. M.J. Wagner. 22.

The L2C Study: Benefits of the New GPS Civil Signal. I. Leveson. 42.

Three's the Charm: Triple-Frequency Combinations in Future GNSS. A. Simsky. 38.

GNSS Solutions - What about orbital precession, optimal dual-frequency techniques, and Galileo receivers? G. Lachapelle, M. Petovello, P. Axelrad, K. Larson, G. McGraw, T. Murfin. 16.

Working Papers - GNSS Software Defined Radio: Real Receiver or Just a Tool for Experts? G.W. Hein, T. Pany, J.-H. Won. 48.

Thinking Aloud - Why War, Precisely? G. Gibbons. 12.

360 Degrees - News from the world of GNSS: GPS III Contract Award Set Back; Industry Sees Galileo Contract Outline in 2006; Thales Nav Sold. 14.

Industry View - Product launches, contracts,company progress, and more. 57.

GNSS Inside - New products. 59.

Timeline - Calendar of Events. 60.

Vol.1, No.6, 2006


BOC or MBOC? The Common GPS/Galileo Civil Signal Design: A Manufacturers Dialog, Part 2. G. Gibbons, P. Fenton, L. Garin, R. Hatch, T. Kawazoe, R. Keegan, S. Kohli, J. Knight, D. Rowitch, L. Sheynblat, A. Stratton, J. Studenny, G. Turetzky, L. Weill. 28.

Human Engineering: The Two Worlds of Philip Mattos. M.W. Leslie. 18.

Galileo Services: Industry's Role in Building Galileo's Markets. S. Barbedo, M.A.M. Olague, R. Van Essen, L. Quoidbach, J.-P. Barboux, G. Ueland. 51.

Development Update: Navigation and Positioning in China. J. Liu, C. Shi, L. Xia, H. Liu. 46.

GNSS Solutions - What about Atomic Clocks on GNSS Satellites and Multipath Mitigation in Receivers? G. Lachapelle, M. Petovello, R. Beard, J.K. Ray. 22.

Working Papers - The Galileo Code and Others. G.W. Hein, J.-A. Avila-Rodriguez, S. Wallner. 62.

Thinking Aloud - The Future Is Now. G. Gibbons. 12.

EAC Introductions - Editorial Advisors: Christopher Wilson, S.J. Lee. 14.

360 Degrees - News from the world of GNSS: USAF Announces More IIF Delay; GPS Passes Artillery Tests; GPS ... the Movie. 16.


Journal of Geodesy



Vol.79, No.12, 2005


Atmospheric Angular Momentum Time-Series: Characterization of their Internal Noise and Creation of a Combined Series. L. Koot, O. de. Viron, V. Dehant. 663-674. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0019-3>

The Effects of Stokes's Formula for an Ellipsoidal Layering of the Earth's Atmosphere. L.E. Sjoberg. 675-681. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0018-4>

Short note: Crustal deformation in the Key Stone network detected by satellite laser ranging. S. Schillak, E. Wnuk, H. Kunimori, T. Yoshino. 682-688. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0020-x>

Transformation from Cartesian to Geodetic Coordinates Accelerated by Halley's Method. T. Fukushima. 689-693. DOI </10.1007/s00190-006-0023-2>

A Procedure for Estimating the Variance Function of Linear Models and for Checking the Appropriateness of Estimated Variances: A Case Study of GPS Carrier-phase Observations. W. Bischoff, B. Heck, J. Howind, A. Teusch. 694-704. DOI </10.1007/s00190-006-0024-1>

An Aggregate Constraint Method for Inequality-constrained Least Squares Problems. J. Peng, H. Zhang, S. Shong, C. Guo. 705-713. DOI </10.1007/s00190-006-0026-z>

IAG Newsletter. G. Toth. 714-720. DOI </10.1007/s00190-006-0039-7>

Reviewers of the Journal of Geodesy for Volume 79. 721-722. DOI </10.1007/s00190-006-0037-9>

Vol.80, No.1, 2006


A synthetic Earth Gravity Model Designed Specifically for Testing Regional Gravimetric Geoid Determination Algorithms. I. Baran, M. Kuhn, S.J. Claessens, W.E. Featherstone, S.A. Holmes, P. Vanicek. 1-16. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0002-z>

Multiple Parameter Regularization: Numerical Solutions and Applications to the Determination of Geopotential from Precise Satellite Orbits. P. Xu, Y. Fukuda, Y. Liu. 17-27. DOI </10.1007/s00190-006-0025-0>

Interferometric Baseline Performance Estimations for Multistatic Synthetic Aperture Radar Configurations Derived from GRACE GPS Observations. A.O. Kohlhase, R. Kroes, S. D'Amico. 28-39. DOI </10.1007/s00190-006-0027-y>

How do Unmodeled Systematic Mean Sea Level Variations Affect Long-term Sea Level Trend Estimates from Tide Gauge Data? H.B. Iz. 40-46. DOI </10.1007/s00190-006-0028-x>

Pseudo-Stochastic Orbit Modeling Techniques for Low-Earth Orbiters. A. Jaggi, U. Hugentobler, G. Beutler. 47-60. DOI </10.1007/s00190-006-0029-9>

IAG Newsletter. G. Toth. 61-67. DOI </10.1007/s00190-006-0045-9>

Vol.80, No.2, 2006


Variance Component Estimation in Linear Inverse Ill-posed Models. P. Xu, Y. Shen, Y. Fukuda, Y. Liu. 69-81. DOI </10.1007/s00190-006-0032-1>

The Use of Second-generation Wavelets to Combine a Gravimetric Quasigeoid Model with GPS-levelling Data. A. Soltanpour, H. Nahavandchi, W.E. Featherstone. 82-93. DOI </10.1007/s00190-006-0033-0>

Degradation of Geopotential Recovery from Short Repeat-Cycle Orbits: Application to GRACE Monthly Fields. C. Wagner, D. McAdoo, J. Klokocnik, J. Kostelecky. 94-103. DOI </10.1007/s00190-006-0036-x>

Short Note: On the Relativistic Doppler Effect for Precise Velocity Determination using GPS. J. Zhang, K. Zhang, R. Grenfell, R. Deakin. 104-110. DOI </10.1007/s00190-006-0038-8>

IAG Newsletter. G. Toth. 111-116. DOI </10.1007/s00190-006-0048-6>

Vol.80, No.3, 2006


Non-Singular Expressions for the Gravity Gradients in the Local North-Oriented and Orbital Reference Frames. M.S. Petrovskaya, A.N. Vershkov 117-127 DOI </10.1007/s00190-006-0031-2>

A Critical Analysis of a Recent Test of the Lense-Thirring Effect with the LAGEOS Satellites. L. Iorio 128-136 DOI </10.1007/s00190-006-0058-4>

A VLBI Delay Model for Radio Sources at a Finite Distance. M. Sekido, T. Fukushima 137-149 DOI </10.1007/s00190-006-0035-y>

Uncertainty in GPS Networks due to Remaining Systematic Errors: The Interval Approach. S. Schon, H. Kutterer 150-162 DOI </10.1007/s00190-006-0042-z>

IAG Newsletter. G. Toth 163-170 DOI </10.1007/s00190-006-0059-3>

Vol.80, No.4, 2006


Surface Ice Flow Velocity and Tide Retrieval of the Amery Ice Shelf using Precise Point Positioning. X. Zhang, O.B. Andersen. 171-176. DOI </10.1007/s00190-006-0062-8>

An Optimal Adaptive Kalman Filter. Y. Yang, W. Gao. 177-183. DOI </10.1007/s00190-006-0041-0>

Gross Error Compensation for Gravity Field Analysis Based on Kinematic Orbit Data. M. Gotzelmann, W. Keller, T. Reubelt. 184-198. DOI </10.1007/s00190-006-0061-9>

A New Data Processing Strategy for Huge GNSS Global Networks. M. Ge, G. Gendt, G. Dick, F.P. Zhang, M. Rothacher. 199-203. DOI </10.1007/s00190-006-0044-x>

Coastal Gravity Anomalies from Retracked Geosat/GM Altimetry: Improvement, Limitation and the Role of Airborne Gravity Data. C. Hwang, J. Guo, X. Deng, H.-Y. Hsu, Y. Liu. 204-216. DOI </10.1007/s00190-006-0052-x>

IAG Newsletter. G. Toth. 217-223. DOI </10.1007/s00190-006-0070-8>

Vol.80, No.5, 2006


The orthometric height and the holonomity problem. F. Sanso, P. Vanicek. 225-232. DOI </10.1007/s00190-005-0015-7>

A Quaternion-based Geodetic Datum Transformation Algorithm. Y.-Z. Shen, Y. Chen, D.-H. Zheng. 233-239. DOI </10.1007/s00190-006-0054-8>

Thermosteric Effects on Interannual and Long-term Global Mean Sea Level Changes. J.L. Chen, C.R. Wilson, B.D. Tapley, X.G. Hu. 240-247. DOI </10.1007/s00190-006-0055-7>

Determination of Postglacial Land Uplift in Fennoscandia from Leveling, Tide-gauges and Continuous GPS Stations using Least Squares Collocation. O. Vestol. 248-258. DOI </10.1007/s00190-006-0063-7>

Differencing Reveals Hidden Changes in Baseline Length Time-series. H. Baki Iz. 259-269. DOI </10.1007/s00190-006-0066-4>

IAG Newsletter. G. Toth. 270-282. DOI </10.1007/s00190-006-0081-5>


Journal of Geodynamics



Vol.41, No.5, 2006


Recent crustal deformation of Izmir, Western Anatolia and surrounding regions as deduced from repeated GPS measurements and strain field. B. Aktug, A. Kilicoglu. 471-484. DOI </10.1016/j.jog.2006.01.004>

Current motion and short-term deformations in the Suez-Sinai area from GPS observations. F. Riguzzi, G. Pietrantonio, A. Piersanti, S.M. Mahmoud. 485-499. DOI </10.1016/j.jog.2006.01.006>

Vol.42, No.1-3, 2006


Impact of a precise geoid model in studying tectonic structures - A case study in Iran. R. Kiamehr, L.E. Sjoberg. 1-11. DOI </10.1016/j.jog.2006.04.001>


Journal of Geophysical Research - Solid Earth



Vol.111, No.B3, 2006


Coseismic deformation of the 2002 Denali Fault earthquake: Insights from GPS measurements. S. Hreinsdottir, J.T. Freymueller, R. Burgmann, J. Mitchell. B03308. DOI </10.1029/2005JB003676>

Instantaneous geodetic positioning with 10-50 Hz GPS measurements: Noise characteristics and implications for monitoring networks. J.F. Genrich, Y. Bock. B03403. DOI </10.1029/2005JB003617>

Spatiotemporal filtering using principal component analysis and Karhunen-Loeve expansion approaches for regional GPS network analysis. D. Dong, P. Fang, Y. Bock, F. Webb, L. Prawirodirdjo, S. Kedar, P. Jamason. B03405. DOI </10.1029/2005JB003806>

Tectonic stressing in California modeled from GPS observations. T. Parsons. B03407. DOI </10.1029/2005JB003946>

Vol.111, No.B4, 2006


Precise estimation of in situ geopotential differences from GRACE low-low satellite-to-satellite tracking and accelerometer data. S.-C. Han, C.K. Shum, C. Jekeli. B04411. DOI </10.1029/2005JB003719>

Vol.111, No.B5, 2006


Reprocessing of a global GPS network. P. Steigenberger, M. Rothacher, R. Dietrich, M. Fritsche, A. Rulke, S. Vey. B05402. DOI </10.1029/2005JB003747>

Geocenter motions from GPS: A unified observation model. D.A. Lavallee, T. van Dam, G. Blewitt, P.J. Clarke. B05405. DOI </10.1029/2005JB003784>

India and Sunda plates motion and deformation along their boundary in Myanmar determined by GPS. A. Socquet, C. Vigny, N. Chamot-Rooke, W. Simons, C. Rangin, B. Ambrosius. B05406. DOI </10.1029/2005JB003877>

GPS constraints on continental deformation in the Africa-Arabia-Eurasia continental collision zone and implications for the dynamics of plate interactions. R. Reilinger, S. McClusky, P. Vernant, S. Lawrence, S. Ergintav, R. Cakmak, H. Ozener, F. Kadirov, I. Guliev, R. Stepanyan, M. Nadariya, G. Hahubia, S. Mahmoud, K. Sakr, A. ArRajehi, D. Paradissis, A. Al-Aydrus, M. Prilepin, T. Guseva, E. Evren, A. Dmitrotsa, S.V. Filikov, F. Gomez, R. Al-Ghazzi, G. Karam. B05411. DOI </10.1029/2005JB004051>

Vol.111, No.B6, 2006


Deformation of the North American plate interior from a decade of continuous GPS measurements. E. Calais, J.Y. Han, C. DeMets, J.M. Nocquet. B06402. DOI </10.1029/2005JB004253>

Optimized smoothing of Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) time-variable gravity observations. J.L. Chen, C.R. Wilson, K.-W. Seo. B06408. DOI </10.1029/2005JB004064>

Vol.111, No.B7, 2006


Kinematic models of plate boundary deformation in southwest Iceland derived from GPS observations. T. Arnadottir, W. Jiang, K.L. Feigl, H. Geirsson, E. Sturkell. B07402. DOI </10.1029/2005JB003907>


Journal of Spatial Science



Vol.51, No.1, 2005


Quality Assurance Charts For Precise Determination Of The Deformation Of Cylindrical Tanks Using Ground Surveying. A.S. Aguib. 1-6.

Testing Theory And The Minimal Detectable Bias. K.W. Blesch. 7-19.

Height Systems And Vertical Datums: A Review In The Australian Context. W.E. Featherstone, M. Kuhn. 21-41.

Spatio-Temporal Data Management Using Object Lifecycles: A Case Study Of The Australian Capital Territory Spatial Data Management System. K. Stock. 43-58.

Preface: Current Issues in Spatial Data Infrastructures and System Design. S. Winter, I. Williamson. 59-61.

Virtual Australia: Developing an Enabling Platform to Improve Opportunities in the Spatial Information Industry. A. Rajabifard, A. Binns, I. Williamson. 63-78.

Spatial Information Opportunities for Government. J. Wallace, I.P. Williamson, A. Rajabifard, R. Bennett. 79-99.

Recursive Construction of Granular Route Directions. M. Tomko, S. Winter. 101-115.

You-Are-Here Maps in Emergencies - The Danger of Getting Lost. A. Klippel. 117-131.

The Korrong Project - Semi-submersible Imaging for Environmental Mapping in Shallow Water. J.H.J. Leach. 133-142.

Updating Cartographic Products from a Central Database Experiences from Private Industry Map Publishing. W. Wolfer. 143-154.


Journal of Surveying Engineering



Vol.132, No.2, 2006


First Anniversary Editorial. T. Soler. 51-51. DOI </10.1061/(ASCE)0733-9453(2006)132:2(51)>

Single Epoch Kinematic GPS Positioning Technique in Short Baseline. S.-G. Lin, D.-B. Tzeng. 52-57. DOI </10.1061/(ASCE)0733-9453(2006)132:2(52)>

Determination of Point Displacements in the Geodetic Network. S. Savssek-Safic, T. Ambrozic, B. Stopar, G. Turk. 58-63. DOI </10.1061/(ASCE)0733-9453(2006)132:2(58)>

Coordinate Transformation between Two Geodetic Datums of Taiwan by Least-Squares Collocation. R.-J. You, H.-W. Hwang. 64-70. DOI </10.1061/(ASCE)0733-9453(2006)132:2(64)>

Use of Fresnel Enantiomorphic Diffraction in Surveying Laser Methods. J. Vondrak, R. Machotka, J. Podstavek, Z. Fiser. 71-76. DOI </10.1061/(ASCE)0733-9453(2006)132:2(71)>

Measuring System for Cracks in Concrete Using Multitemporal Images. L.-C. Chen, Y.-C. Shao, H.-H. Jan, C.-W. Huang, Y.-M. Tien. 77-82. DOI </10.1061/(ASCE)0733-9453(2006)132:2(77)>

Strategic Decision Analysis for Selection of Landfill Sites. A.L.O. Melo, M.L. Calijuri, I.C.D. Duarte, R.F. Azevedo, J.F. Lorentz. 83-92. DOI </10.1061/(ASCE)0733-9453(2006)132:2(83)>

Determining Free Flight Performance by Surveying Engineering Techniques. W.F. Teskey, D.H. Adler, W.J. Teskey. 93-96. DOI </10.1061/(ASCE)0733-9453(2006)132:2(93)>

Vol.132, No.3, 2006


Deflection of the Vertical Components from GPS and Precise Leveling Measurements in Hong Kong. C.M. Tse, H.B. Iz. 97-100. DOI </10.1061/(ASCE)0733-9453(2006)132:3(97)>

Local Geoid Improvement Using GPS and Leveling Data: Case Study. R.-J. You. 101-107. DOI </10.1061/(ASCE)0733-9453(2006)132:3(101)>

Assessment of Dynamic Measurement Accuracy of GPS in Three Directions. W.-S. Chan, Y.-L. Xu, X.-L. Ding, Y.-L. Xiong, W.-J. Dai. 108-117. DOI </10.1061/(ASCE)0733-9453(2006)132:3(108)>

Precise Height Determination Using Leap-Frog Trigonometric Leveling. A. Ceylan, O. Baykal. 118-123. DOI </10.1061/(ASCE)0733-9453(2006)132:3(118)>

Design and Installation of Deep Benchmarks in Expansive Soil. K.-C. Chao, D.D. Overton, J.D. Nelson. 124-131. DOI </10.1061/(ASCE)0733-9453(2006)132:3(124)>





No.68, Spring/Summer, 2006


CHC 2006 Conference Sponsors. 6-6.

A Universal Hydrographic Database: In Search of the "Holy Grail". A. Dmitriev, E. Eik Mong. 7-9.

Improved Definition of Wreck Superstructure Using Multibeam Water Column Imaging. J.E. Hughes Clarke, S. Brucker, K. Czotter. 10-12.

The Good Fortune of a Sextant Surveyor. M. Eaton. 13-16.

Book Review - Charting Northern Waters. F. Oliff. 17-17.

CHC 2006 Conference Crossword. 18-18.

Usage of Oceanographic Databases in Support of Multibeam Mapping Operations Onboard the CCGS AMUNDSEN. J. Beaudoin, J.E. Hughes Clarke, J. Barlett. 19-25.


Marine Geodesy



Vol.29, No.1, 2006


Implementation of High Resolution Tidal Current Fields in Electronic Navigational Chart Systems. B. Gjevik, D. Hareide, B.K. Lynge, A. Ommundsen, J.H. Skailand, H.B. Urheim. 1-17. DOI </10.1080/01490410600582288>

ENVISAT Radar Altimeter Tracker Bias. J. Gomez-Enri, C.P. Gommenginger, P.G. Challenor, M.A. Srokosz, M.R. Drinkwater. 19-38. DOI </10.1080/01490410600582296>

Energetics of the Tsunami of 26 December 2004 in the Indian Ocean: A Brief Review. N. Nirupama, T.S. Murty, I. Nistor, A.D. Rao. 39-47. DOI </10.1080/01490410600582346>

Numerical Modeling of Suspended Sediment Transport in the Gulf of Kachchh Including Kandla Creek, West Coast of India. P.C. Sinha, G.K. Jena, A.D. Rao, I. Jain. 49-63. DOI </10.1080/01490410600584755>

A GPS and Cold Ocean Brightness Temperature Calibration of the ERS-2 and TOPEX/Poseidon Microwave Radiometers. S. Edwards, P. Moore. 65-84. DOI </10.1080/01490410600592253>

A Review of: "Place Matters": Geospatial Tools for Marine Science, Conservation and Management in the Pacific Northwest, Edited by Dawn J. Wright and Astrid J. Scholz, Oregon State University Press, Corvallis, Oregon, USA, 2005, 305 pages, $22.95. T. Murty. 85-87. DOI </10.1080/01490410600592295>

Vol.29, No.2, 2006


A Benthic Terrain Classification Scheme for American Samoa. E.R. Lundblad, D.J. Wright, J. Miller, E.M. Larkin, R. Rinehart, D.F. Naar, B.T. Donahue, S.M. Anderson, T. Battista. 89-111. DOI </10.1080/01490410600738021>

Variability of Sea Surface Heights in the Baltic Sea: An Intercomparison of Observations and Model Simulations. K. Novotny, G. Liebsch, A. Lehmann, R. Dietrich. 113-134. DOI </10.1080/01490410600738054>

Observations of Tsunami Impact on the Coast of Kerala, India. N.P. Kurian, T.N. Prakash, M. Baba, N. Nirupama. 135-145. DOI </10.1080/01490410600748301>





Vol.43, No.3, 2006


The evaluation of uncertainties in [UTC - UTC(k)]. W. Lewandowski, D. Matsakis, G. Panfilo, P. Tavella. 109-120. DOI </10.1088/0026-1394/43/3/010>

Vol.43, No.4, 2006


Uncertainty evaluation associated with fitting geometric surfaces to coordinate data. A.B. Forbes. S282-S290. DOI </10.1088/0026-1394/43/4/S16>

Spectral analysis of clock noise: a primer. D.B. Percival. S299-S310. DOI </10.1088/0026-1394/43/4/S18>

A Kalman filter clock ensemble algorithm that admits measurement noise. C.A. Greenhall. S311-S321. DOI </10.1088/0026-1394/43/4/S19>

Vol.43, No.5, 2006


Hydrogen masers using cavity frequency-switching servos: present system design (2006) and possible improvements. H.E. Peters. 353-360. DOI </10.1088/0026-1394/43/5/003>

The expression of uncertainty in non-linear parameter estimation. A. Balsamo, G. Mana, F. Pennecchi. 396-402. DOI </10.1088/0026-1394/43/5/009>

Set standard deviation, repeatability and offset of absolute gravimeter A10-008. D. Schmerge, O. Francis. 414-418. DOI </10.1088/0026-1394/43/5/012>

Construction and uncertainty evaluation of a calibration system for GPS receivers. T.K. Yeh, C.S. Wang, C.W. Lee, Y.A. Liou. 451-460. DOI </10.1088/0026-1394/43/5/017>





Vol.52, No.4, 2005-2006


Terrain-Referenced Positioning Using Airborne Laser Scanner. J. Campbell, M.U. De Haag, F. van Graas. 189-197.

Investigating GPS Signals Indoors with Extreme High- Sensitivity Detection Techniques. R. Watson, G. Lachapelle, R. Klukas, S. Turunen, S. Pietila, I. Halivaara. 199-213.

The Impact of Measurement Biases on Availability for Category III LAAS. J.H. Rife, S.P. Pullen. 215-228.

Maximum-Likelihood GPS Parameter Estimation. I.F. Progri, M.C. Bromberg, W.R. Michalson. 229-238.

Toward Instantaneous Network-Based Real-Time Kinematic GPS Over 100 km Distance. I. Kashani, D. Grejner-Brzezinska, P. Wielgosz. 239-245.

Vol.53, No.1, 2006


INS-Aiding Using Bearings-Only Measurements of an Unknown Ground Object. M. Pachter, A. Porter, M. Polat. 1-19.

A Performance Comparison of Tightly Coupled GPS/INS Navigation Systems Based on Extended and Sigma Point Kalman Filters. J. Wendel, J. Metzger, R. Moenikes, A. Maier, G.F. Trommer. 21-31.

Full Integrity Testing for GPS/INS. J.L. Farrell. 33-40.

RAIM-FDE Revisited: A New Breakthrough in Availability Performance with NIORAIM (Novel Integrity-Optimized RAIM). P.Y. Hwang, R.G. Brown. 41-51.

Mitigated Systematic Errors for Single Frequency GPS Receivers Employing a Penalized Least Squares Methodology. D. Barroca, M. Alves, J.F.G. Monico. 53-60.

Low-Noise Linear Combinations of Triple-Frequency Carrier Phase Measurements. T. Richert, N. El-Sheimy. 61-67.


Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing



Vol.72, No.8, August, 2006


11 Steps to Help You Find the Right Web-based Tools - Ushering in the 3D Business-Decision Model - the Future is Here. I. Anderson. 854-855.

The PAMAP Program: Contributing to National Security, the National Map and even the National Pastime. M. Safran. 857-860.

Use of Geographic Information in Response to the Sumatra-Andaman Earthquake and Indian Ocean Tsunami of December 26, 2004. J.A. Kelmelis, L. Schwartz, C. Christian, M. Crawford, D. King. 862-876.

Future of Moderate Resolution Land Imaging. E. Freeborn, K. Green, D. Lauer. 878-881.

Grids and Datums - Republic of Namibia. C. Mugnier. 883-884.

Land-cover Mapping in the Brazilian Amazon Using SPOT-4 Vegetation Data and Machine Learning Classification Methods. J.M.B. Carreiras, J.M.C. Pereira, Y.E. Shimabukuro. 897-910.

Socioeconomic-Vegetation Relationships in Urban, Residential Land: The Case of Denver, Colorado. J. Mennis. 911-922.

Isolating Individual Trees in a Savanna Woodland Using Small Footprint Lidar Data. Q. Chen, D. Baldocchi, P. Gong, M. Kelly. 923-932.

Error Assessment in Two Lidar-derived TIN Datasets. M.-H. Peng, T.-Y. Shih. 933-948.

Automated Forest Area Estimation Using Iterative Guided Spectral Class Rejection. R. Musy, R. Wynne, C. Blinn, J. Scrivani, R. McRoberts. 949-960.

Accuracy Assessment of Lidar Saltmarsh Topographic Data Using RTK GPS. J.M. Montane, R. Torres. 961-967.


Point of Beginning



Vol.31, No.11, August, 2006


Creating a New GIS Solution. C. Cosworth. 16.

A New Geospatial World. J.W. Kuttrus. 22.

DEM Decisions. C.M. Schaeding, Y.A. Felus, R.R. Burtch. 28.

Restoring the Reservoir. D. Brostuen. 34.

Protecting Your Best. L. Isom. 38.

Surveying GIS - Mobile GIS with ESRI ArcPad 7.0. M.L. Binge. 42.

The Business Side - Operating a successful one-person survey company. M. Denny. 46.

On the Level - Low-cost surveying. R.W. Foster. 50.

Traversing the Law - Rewriting legal descriptions. J.N. Lucas. 52.

2006 Web-Exclusive - GIS Software Survey. 56.


Professional Surveyor



Vol.26, No.3, 2006


Editor's Desk: Sorting It All Out. G. McGray. 4.

Feature: Laser Scanning for Cultural Heritage Applications. J. Ristevski. 8.

Feature: Laser Scanners Improve Survey Workflow. T. Lemmon, P. Biddiscombe. 14.

Feature: Performing Classic As-builts with Laser Scanning. C. Gray. 20.

Catch a Wave and You're Sitting on Top of...Unmeasured Points? G. Lemke. 24.

Surveying the Capitol: Legislation Affecting Surveying Professionals. L. Socci. 28.

Intersect: Metadata: Powerful Documentation Tool or Gobbledygook Developed by the GIS World? R. Rambeau, J. Jackson. 34.

Book Review: Surveying Solutions for the hp33s by Ted J. Kerber. J. Purnell. 36.

Education in Surveying: Fundamentals of Surveying Exam. R. Schultz. 38.

E-Files: Servitude Surprise. S. Estopinal. 42.

GiggleBytes: Deer Season is Over - and I Lived Through it Again! T. Woodsmall. 45.

Hands On: All Topo Maps, Version 7 Professional, by iGage Mapping Corporation. J. White. 47.

Rules of the Game: Another Problem: Making Up Rules as We Go Along. D. Wilson. 49.

Second Thoughts: Drawing the Line. W. Schmidt. 51.

Vol.26, No.4, 2006


Editor's Desk: The Business Side of this Business. G. McGray. 4.

Feature: The Business of Land Surveying: Profile 1: CLSI, Surveyors, Engineers, Planners, Westminster, Maryland. 6.

Feature: The Business of Land Surveying: Profile 2: Chaparral Professional Land Surveying, Inc., Austin, Texas. 14.

Business Angle: Preparing for Disaster. J. Salmon. 20.

Feature: Surveying the Fourth Dimension: Restoring the Ecosystem of a Floodplain. T. Brock. 24.

Intersect: Together or Separate: What's the Best Plan for Managing the Businesses of GIS and Surveying? R. Rambeau, J. Jackson. 28.

Surveying the Capitol: Fighting to Keep U.S. Geological Funding. L. Socci. 30.

Aerial Perspective: Licensure of Photogrammetrists. K. Schuckman. 32.

GiggleBytes: Once is Too Much. E. Henderson. 36.

Hands On: ptBase Web by CBI Systems. J. White. 38.

GIS Monitor Supplement: Remote Sensing Continues to Grow. M. Luccio. 42.

Rules of the Game: Word Troubles. D. Wilson. 44.

Second Thoughts: Anxious to Get Home. W. Schmidt. 46.

History Corner: Notes Upon a Survey Made: 250 Years of Land Stewardship at Gunston Hall Plantation. M. Root. 50.

3D Scanning: Uses of Scanning in Asset Management. G. Jacobs. 56.

Vol.26, No.5, 2006


Editor's Desk: Colliding Professions. G. McGray. 4.

Feature: It's Not Just Your Father's Photogrammetry Anymore. C. Mugnier. 8.

Feature: SPAR 2006. G. McGray. 13.

Feature: A Geologist-Oceanographer's Eye-View of Changes in marine and Land Positioning Capabilities, ca. 1930-2006, Part 1. J. Berry. 16.

Feature: Ballad of the Land Surveyor. C. Springfield. 21.

Aerial Perspective: ASPRS: Serving the Geospatial Community for 72 Years. K. Craun. 22.

Business Angle: Preparing Your Field Crews for Emergencies, Part 2: Beyond the Basics. J. Salmon. 26.

Intersect: In this Fast-Paced World of Technology, How do We Keep Up? R. Rambeau, J. Jackson. 32.

Surveying the Capitol: Bringing Landsat Into Focus. L. Socci. 34.

GiggleBytes: Another Comedy Routine. E. Henderson. 36.

Rules of the Game: By the Numbers. D. Wilson. 38.

History Corner: The Surveyor General, the Prophet, and a War that Almost Happened. J. Knetsch. 40.

Vol.26, No.6, 2006


Editor's Desk: Looking Toward Canada. G. McGray. 4.

Feature: Surveying Above the 49th Parallel. L. Loomes. 8.

Feature: MicroSurvey: 20 Years in Turbulent Times. C. Moore. 10.

Feature: The Canadian Council of Land Surveyors. S. Cornett. 14.

Feature: Virtual Surveys: A New approach for Oil Patch Surveying in Western Canada. S. Rawlinson, W. Brown, R. Hall. 18.

Feature: Surveying Opportunities in Canada. G. Anderson. 24.

Feature: Value in Virtuality. M. Wagner. 26.

Aerial Perspective: Surveying Canada: Profile of Activities of the Canadian Institute of Geomatics. R. Shreenan, J. Thie. 30.

Conference Recap: Orlando Hosts ACSM 2006. J. McGray. 34.

Intersect: Is education the best way to "intersect" the surveying and GIS professions? R. Rambeau, J. Jackson. 40.

Surveying the Capitol: Small Business Health Plan Legislation. L. Socci. 42.

E:Files: Joanne Gonzales. S. Estopinal. 43.

Second Thoughts: The Lesson of the Gladiator. W. Schmidt. 46.

Feature: SSI: Survey Scene Investigation. P. Naville. 50.

Rules of the Game: Sufficiency of a Land Description. D. Wilson. 52.

3D Scanning: Latest Trends: Part 1--User and Market Trends. G. Jacobs. 54.

Feature: A Geologist-Oceanographer's Eye-View of Changes in Marine and Land Positioning Capabilities, ca. 1930-2006, Part 2. J. Berry. 58.

Vol.26, No.7, 2006


Editor's Desk: CAD Takes Over. G. McGray. 4.

Feature: One Company's Approach to Customized Data Delivery. D. Jellison. 8.

Feature: Local Land Surveyors Scout for Future Prospects During Merit Badge Program. D. McMillen. 16.

Feature: Concrete Monument Dilemma Solved. S. Fox. 18.

Feature: Florida Mapping Firm Advances Geodetic Surveying in Costa Rica. G. Cole. 20.

Education in Surveying: Another Death in the Family: Peninsula College Phases Out its Two-Year Technical Degree in Surveying Geomatics. J. Purnell. 24.

Aerial Perspective: Using Hydrographic LiDAR to Map Shallow Rivers. D. Millar, J. Gerhard, R. Hilldale. 30.

Business Angle: Going Wireless: Sharing Your Broadband Internet Connection at Your Land Surveying Business. J. Salmon. 38.

Intersect: CAD: How do GIS and survey professionals use it to their benefit? R. Rambeau, J. Jackson. 42.

Surveying the Capitol: Legislative issues in the 109th Congress. L. Socci. 44.

E:Files: Corn Squeezins. S. Estopinal. 47.

Book Review: Chains, Links, and Gavels: The Surveyor in the Courtroom. W. Schmidt. 50.

GiggleBytes: They Quit Countin' at One Hundred and Thirty Bee Stings. T. Woodsmall. 52.

3D Scanning: Latest Trends: Part 2--User, Industry, and Vendor Trends. G. Jacobs. 54.

Vol.26, No.8, 2006


Editor's Desk: Diving into Surveying. T. Gibson. 4.

Feature: Prospering Town of Langley Takes GIS to a Higher Level. S. Scheepmaker, K. Stewart. 8.

Feature: Success with GPS at SDDOT. R. Brees. 20.

SSI: Survey Scene Investigation, Part 2. P. Naville. 27.

An Interview with Clint Brown, ESRI. 30.

How Things Work: Terrestrial Laser Technology Principles for the Surveyor to Consider. 34.

Aerial Perspective: GIS: Aerial Perspective: Why we are drowning in data. S. Moll. 36.

Surveying the Capitol: COFPAES: An Advocate for Surveyors Seeking Federal Contracting Work. L. Socci. 38.

Business Angle: Adventures in Networking: Sharing Files, Printers, and Plotters at Your Small Survey Office. J. Salmon. 42.

Intersect: GIS uses coordinates. Surveyors use measurements. Same thing or miles apart? J. Jackson, R. Rambeau. 46.

Rules of the Game: An Important Rule of Evidence. D. Wilson. 48.

Second Thoughts: Sic Transit Gloria. W. Schmidt. 50.

GiggleBytes: Surveying in Boxers Can Get You Tangled. T. Woodsmall. 52.

Education in Surveying: Principles and Practice of Surveying Exam. R. Schultz. 54.

History Corner: The Mound has Followed a Convoluted Path. J. Knetsch. 60.

Vol.26, No.9, 2006


Editor's Desk: Two Ways of Learning the Same Thing. T. Gibson. 4.

Cover Story: Surveying Profession's Top 25. T. Gibson. 8.

Feature: Maine Bridge Construction Project Presents Special Challenges for Surveyors. S. Goucher, M. Gage. 20.

Feature: Texas RTK Network Comes to Life. M. Hefer. 28.

Feature: Happy 25th Anniversary. W. Schmidt. 31.

Aerial Perspective: RTK Techniques for Field Completion of Aerial Mapping. R. Mitchell. 35.

Surveying the Capitol: The Slow Death of the Remote Sensing Applications Act of 2005. L. Socci. 40.

Intersect: Handheld or handwritten: Should GIS databases replace survey field books? J. Jackson, R. Rambeau. 42.

Rules of the Game: Surveyor Responsibility: What are we supposed to be doing, anyway? D. Wilson. 44.

GiggleBytes: The Great Midwestern Cornfield War. P. Naville. 46.

E:Files: Walking Steel Way Up. S. Estopinal. 48.

History Corner: Land Division in America (or Hold the Aliquot Please) R. Carson. 57.


Studia Geophysica et Geodaetica



Vol.50, No.1, 2006


Ellipsoidal vertical deflections and ellipsoidal gravity disturbance: Case studies. E.W. Grafarend, G. Finn, A.A. Ardalan. 1-57. DOI </10.1007/s11200-006-0001-4>

Derivation of the CHAMP-only global gravity field model TUG-CHAMP04 applying the energy integral approach. T. Badura, C. Sakulin, C. Gruber, R. Klostius. 5-74. DOI </10.1007/s11200-006-0002-3>

Vol.50, No.2, 2006


Improved determination of heights using a conversion surface by combining gravimetric quasi-geoid/geoid and GPS-levelling height differences. H. Nahavandchi, A. Soltanpour. 165-180. DOI </10.1007/s11200-006-0010-3>

Coriolis' force in the earth's solid tidal dynamics. M. Bursa, E. Groten, Z. Sima. 181-188. DOI </10.1007/s11200-006-0011-2>

A new physical foundation for anomalous gravity. P. Vajda, P. Vanicek, B. Meurers. 189-216. DOI </10.1007/s11200-006-0012-1>

Effect of lateral viscosity variations in the core-mantle boundary region on predictions of the long-wavelength geoid. O. Cadek, L. Fleitout. 217-232. DOI </10.1007/s11200-006-0013-0>


Survey Review



Vol.38, No.300, 2006


Empire Conference of Survey Officers, 1928. 434-435.

Editorial. M.A.R. Cooper. 436-436.

The Changing Role of National Mapping Organisations. V. Lawrence. 437-438.

Not Everything has changed. M.A.R. Cooper. 439-445.

From Theodolite to Satellite. L. Xia. 446-451.

Two Centuries of Surveying and Mapping in India. M.N. Kulkarni. 452-458.

75 Years of Change in Survey Technology. J.M. Rueger. 459-473.

Geomatics in Southern Africa - A Perspective. C.L. Merry. 474-478.

Surveying in the United States: 1930 to Present. S. Frank. 479-484.

Surveying in Canada, 1931-2006. A. McEwen. 485-490.

Reflections on the Cadastre. P.F. Dale. 491-498.

The Editors. A.L. Allan. 499-501.

An Assessment of the Precision of the Observational data used in New Zealand's National Cadastral System. N. Donnelly, J. Hannah. 502-512.

GPS derived Geoid using Artificial Neural Network and Least Squares Collocation. B. Stopar, T. Ambrozic, M. Kuhar, G. Turk. 513-524.

Documentation for the Preservation of Traditional agro industrial buildings in NW Spain by means of simple close range photogrammetry. P. Arias, C. Ordonez, H. Lorenzo, J. Herraez. 525-540.

Elimination of effects of Earthquakes in monitoring Crustal Movement by adaptive Kalman filtering. C.T. Celik, W. Chen, R.M. Bingley, V. Ashkenazi. 541-550.

Book Review: Geodesy? What's That? 551-551.

Book Review: Topographical Survey and Mapping of British Antarctic Territory. 552-552.

Vol.38, No.301, 2006


Horizontal datum transformation by distortion modelling in Korea. H.S. Yun, D.S. Song, J.M. Cho. 554-562.

INS error model improvements for enhanced INS/GPS navigation during GPS signal blockage periods. S. Nasser, N. El-Sheimy. 563-572.

Fitting AUSGeoid98 to the Australian height datum using GPS-levelling and least squares collocation: applications of a cross-validation technique. W.E. Featherstone, D.M. Sproule. 573-582.

Determination of areas on the plane, sphere and ellipsoid. L.E. Sjoberg. 583-593.

The use of GPS for the estimation of precipitable water vapour for weather forecasting and monitoring in South Africa. R.T. Wonnacott, C.L. Merry. 594-607.

Geodetic reference frames transformations. C. Mitsakaki, A.M. Agatza-Balodimou, K. Papazissi. 608-618.

Geometric data for evaluation of the environmental performance of buildings in Hong Kong in estate or direct-wide scales. F.W.H. Yik, L. Pun, G. Shea, E. Mok. 619-628.

Global positioning System in disaster monitoring on Koyna dam, Western Maharashtra. M.N. Kulkarni, N. Radhakrishnan, D. Rai. 629-636.

Book Review: Plotting the Globe. 637-638.

Book Review: Weighing the World. 638-639.


Surveying and Land Information Science



Vol.66, No.1, 2006


Editorial Latitude. J.C. Loon. 3-3.

In Memorium: Urho A.K. Uotila, 1923-2006. 5-6.

Useful Statistics for Land Surveyors. Reprinted from Surveying and Mapping, March 1973. U.A. Uotila. 7-18.

A New Approach to Relief Representation. J.R. Ramirez. 19-25.

Historic MHW or Shoreline? The Ongoing Littoral Dilemma. G. Greulich. 27-44.

GPS Monitoring Ground Subsidence Associated with Seasonal Underground Water Level Decline: Case Analysis for a Section of Taiwan High Speed Rail. C.-C. Chang, T.-N. Wang. 45-54.

Advances in Multimedia Mapping. J.R. Ramirez. 55-63.

Traverse XL: An EXCEL-based Program for Entering, Displaying, and Analyzing Spatial Measurement Data. B.C. Fredericks, M.G. Wing. 65-72.

Letter to the Editor - Re: Response to Comments by Gunther Greulich, SaLIS, vol. 65, no. 4, 2005. E.F. Burkholder. 73-73.

Letter to the Editor - SaLIS, vol. 65, nos. 3 and 4, 2005. G. Greulich. 74-74.

Review of Recent Literature (December 2005 - March 2006). M. Craymer, M. Craymer. 75-84.

Vol.66, No.2, 2006


Preface. W. Parks. 91-92.

The American Congress on Surveying and Mapping, Inc., and ACSM's Involvement with FIG. J. Fenn, J. Hohol, C. Sumner. 93-94.

The ACSM FIG Forum and ACSM Delegation. J. Hohol. 95-95.

The American Association for Geodetic Surveying: Its Continuing Role in Shaping the Profession. W. Lathrop, D. Martin. 97-99.

The Future Role of Geodetic Datums in Control Surveying in the United States. D.A. Smith, D.R. Doyle. 101-106.

The New RTK - Changing Techniques for GPS Surveying in the USA. W. Henning. 107-110.

National Society of Professional Surveyors. R.E. Dahn, R. Lumos. 111-114.

Cadastral Survey Activities in the United States. D.A. Buhler. 115-118.

The Geographic and Land Information Society and GIS/LIS Activities in the United States. J.S. Greenfeld. 119-122.

Two Perspectives of GIS/LIS Education in the United States. G. Jeffress, T. Meyer. 123-126.

What Does Height Really Mean? Part I: Introduction. T.H. Meyer, D.R. Roman, D.B. Zilkoski. 127-137.

What Does Height Really Mean? Part II: Physics and Gravity. T.H. Meyer, D.R. Roman, D.B. Zilkoski. 139-148.

What Does Height Really Mean? Part III: Height Systems. T.H. Meyer, D.R. Roman, D.B. Zilkoski. 149-160.


Zeitschrift fur Geodasie, Geoinformation und Landmanagement



Vol.131, No.1, 2006


New Solutions to the Direct and Indirect Geodetic Problems on the Ellipsoid. L.E. Sjoberg. 35-39.

Vol.131, No.2, 2006


Characterization of GOCE SSTI Antennas. F. Dilssner, G. Seeber, M. Schmitz, G. Wubbena, G. Toso, D. Maeusli. 61-71.

Datum Definition and its Influence on the Reliability of Geodetic Networks. G. Even-Tzur. 87-95.

Investigation of the Influence of Surface Reflectance on the Measurements with the Terrestrial Laser Scanner Leica HDS 3000. Y. Reshetyuk. 96-103.

Vol.131, No.3, 2006


Simplification of 3D Building Data. A. Forberg, H. Mayer. 148-152.

Note on Lars E. Sjoberg: New Solutions to the Direct and Indirect Geodetic Problems on the Ellipsoid (zfv 1/2006, pp. 35-39). H. Schmidt. 153-154.

Comment to H. Schmidt«s remarks on Sjoberg, zfv 172006, pp. 35-39. L.E. Sjoberg. 155-155.

Attempt on Systematization of Land Consolidation Approaches in Europe. J. Thomas. 156-161.

Vol.131, No.4, 2006


Multilevel B-Spline Approximation zur Modellierung von Geschwindigkeitsfeldern. A. Nuckelt. 207-214.

Bericktigug - Joachim Thomas: Attempt on Systematization of Land Consolidation Approaches in Europe, zfv 3/2006, S. 156-161. 215-215.

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