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Global Positioning Finds Applications in Geosciences Research (paper, 1995)

Global Positioning Finds Applications in Geosciences Research

Randolph Ware
  University Navstar Consortium, Boulder CO 80307-3000

Steven Businger
  University of Hawaii, Honolulu HI 96822

Continuous global positioning satellite tracking networks are being established by a variety of national and international organizations to provide basic infrastructure for space-age navigation, surveying, science, engineering, and atmospheric sensing. The emerging networks present opportunities for a variety of geoscience applications. To make the most of these opportunities, the geoscience community should clarify and communicate its research goals to organizations establishing global positioning networks.

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