Height Determination of Qomolangma Feng (MT. Everest) in 2005

  title={Height Determination of Qomolangma Feng (MT. Everest) in 2005},
  author={Chen Jun-yong and Zhang Yanping and Yuan Janli and Guo Chunxi and Zhang Peng},
  journal={Survey Review},
  pages={122 - 131}
Abstract Since the 1960s China has carried out several geodetic campaigns for measuring the height of Qomolangma Feng-Mt. Everest independently or in cooperation with foreign countries. Large scale geodetic field work and data processing have been done in the campaigns, dealing with positioning, height determination, gravimetry, astronomical measurement and atmospheric reflection observation etc. Some survey tasks were done in order to improve the accuracy and reliability for the height… Expand
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