IAG WG SC1.3 on Regional Dense Velocity Fields: First Results and Steps Ahead

@inproceedings{Bruyninx2013IAGWS,
  title={IAG WG SC1.3 on Regional Dense Velocity Fields: First Results and Steps Ahead},
  author={Carine Bruyninx and Juliette Legrand and Zuheir Altamimi and Matthias Becker and Michael Craymer and Ludwig Combrinck and Adriaan Zacharias Albertus Combrink and John Dawson and Reinhard Dietrich and Rui Fernandes and Ramesh Govind and Jake Griffiths and Thomas Herring and Ambrus Kenyeres and R. King and Corn{\'e} Kreemer and David A. Lavall{\'e}e and Laura S{\'a}nchez and Giovanni Federico Sella and Z. Shen and Alvaro Santamar{\'i}a‐G{\'o}mez and Guy W{\"o}ppelmann},
  year={2013}
}
The Working Group on “Regional Dense Velocity Fields” (see http://epncb.oma.be/IAG) of the International Association of Geodesy (IAG) aims at densifying the International Terrestrial Reference Frame and creating a dense velocity field based on regional and global GNSS networks. With the goal to generate a high-quality solution for a core network, several newly reprocessed global and regional cumulative position and velocity solutions were submitted to the Working Group. In order to find a… 
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