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Geoff Blewitt Elected President of IAG Commission 1: Reference Frames

The National Delegates of the International Association of Geodesy have voted Geoff Blewitt to be President of Commission 1: Reference Frames. This organization defines and redefines longitude, latitude, and height that are of primary importance for much Earth science based research and applications, satellite navigation as well as for practical applications in geo-information. 18 more words

New Papers by the Nevada Geodetic Lab in 2015

A new set of peer-reviewed publications with authors from Nevada Geodetic Lab have recently become available.
Please see this link to access the papers in PDF format:  296 more words

TIDES funding call

COST Action ES1401 –

TIDES: Time Dependent Seismology

Short Term Scientific Missions (STSM):

Last-minute call for missions to be completed in 2015!

Given residual availability of funds, COST Action ES1401 TIDES – Time Dependent Seismology invites further applications for Short Term Scientific Missions (STSMs). 661 more words




The geologic essence of the size and shape of the earth.

Lately, Frank has become very interested in the topic of geodesy, allocating many hours in the library to read about it.


Geodesy: Introduction

Before we discuss about Hydrography, let us first get to know the science that is the root of Hydrography: Geodesy. No it’s not geology nor is it geophysics. 445 more words


DIY Hypothesis Testing

OK, not quite do it yourself, but it is looking like in the coming year armchair geophysics nerds can take their own read on an interpretation of vertical uplift rates in the Sierra Nevada. 730 more words