Report on the Symposium of the IAG Subcommission for Europe (EUREF) held in Tallinn, Estonia, 22 - 24 May 2019

Opening Session

Chair: Markku Poutanen

   

 

Welcome address by the Deputy Director General, Estonian Land Board

A. Ellmann

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Welcome by the IAG Vice President

Z. Altamimi

 

Welcome by the President of IAG sub-commission 1.3 “Regional Reference Frames”

C. Bruyninx

 

Welcome by the Chairman of  IAG sub-commission 1.3a (EUREF)

M. Poutanen

 

Goals and Activities of the EUREF Governing Board

A. Kenyeres

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Session 1

ETRS89, EVRS

Chair: Zuheir Altamimi

     

1.01 - EVRS2019 as new realization of the European Vertical Reference System

M. Sacher and G. Liebsch

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1.02 - Multi-year solution for the ESTPOS network

K. Kollo et al.

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1.03 - Reference Frame Coordination Status Report: EPN Multi-year Position/Velocity Product

J. Legrand and C. Bruyninx

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1.04 - Towards a Deformation Model for Europe using least-square collocation

R. Steffen et al.

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Session 2

Networks: EPN, UELN, Densification
Chairs: Elmar Brockmann, Lennard Huisman

     

2.01 - EPN data quality in a multi-GNSS environment

C. Bruyninx et al.

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2.02 - NKG GNSS Analysis Centre: ITRF2014 densification for the Nordic and Baltic countries

S. Lahtinen et al.

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2.03 - The Analysis of the Italian GNSS Network at the University of Padova: ETRS89 densification and Scientific GNSS Backbone Network

A. Caporali et al.

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2.04 - Reprocessing of the Iberian network at IGE LAC

J. Sanchez Sobrino et al.

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2.05 - Combining IGb08 and IGS14 normal equations: Impact of the cumulative time series caused by the switch from igs08.atx to igs14.atx

J. Zurutuza et al.

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2.06 - Report of the Analysis Centre Coordinator: inclusion of Galileo in EUREF coordinate products

T. Liwosz and A. Araszkiewicz

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2.07 - Present Day Geokinematics of Central Europe Part 1: the Central European GNSS Research Network (CEGRN)

J. Zurutuza et al.

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2.08 - Towards a European Dense Velocities Field as a basis for Maintaining the European Reference Frame

E. Brockmann et al.

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2.09 - EPN Densification – towards the exploitation

A. Kenyeres et al.

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2.10 - Report of the Troposphere Coordinator

R. Pacione

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2.11 - EPN Real-Time Special Project – Status Report

W. Söhne

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2.12 - EG2000 – the new gravity reference frame of Estonia

T. Oja

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Session 3

Techniques: GNSS, Levelling, Combination
Chair: Martina Sacher

   

3.01 - Height datum modernization based on GNSS leveling

B. Alberts and L. Huisman

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3.02 - The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Geodetic and Vertical Reference Frames – the main Components of National Spatial Reference System

O. Al-Kherayef and R. Grebenitcharsky

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3.03 - Towards the establishment of the Absolute Gravity Network Ireland

P. Dykowski el al

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3.04 - Experience with GNSS Data Quality Monitoring of the SKPOS Reference Stations

M. Ferianc and K. Smolik

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3.05 - Germany: Integrated Geodetic Spatial Reference 4.0

J. Riecken

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3.06 - GOP real-time analyses and data quality for Europe

J. Dousa et al.

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3.07 - Consistency and impact of mixed receiver antenna GNSS networks 

T. Kersten et al.

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3.08 - New horizontal intraplate velocity model for the Nordic and Baltic countries

P. Häkli et al.

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Session 4

Applications: Earth Sciences, Positioning, Geo-Information
Chairs: Alessandro Caporali and Christof Völksen

     

4.01 - Characterizing atmospheric humidity in Eastern Europe during the last two decades by using GNSS derived integrated water vapour

P. Post et al.

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4.02 - BEV Transformator – Coordinate Transformation Tool

P. Mitterschiffthaler and F. Blauensteiner

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4.03 - Glacial Isostatic Adjustment in Europe - how much do we know and how accurate can we describe this signal?

H. Steffen

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4.04 - Present Day Geokinematics of Central Europe Part 2: Selected profiles

A. Caporali et al.

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4.05 - Recent Crustal Deformation of the Alps derived from GNSS observations

C. Völksen et al.

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4.06 - A time dependent model of elastic stress in the Central Apennines, Italy

A. Caporali et al.

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4.07 - Sea Level Network in Estonia and its Applications in Supporting Marine Science, Hydrographic Works and Safety of Navigation

K. Vahter and I. Zaitseva-Pärnaste

 

4.08 - On the Future High-Precision European GNSS CORS Infrastructure

C. Bruyninx et al.

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4.09 - On E-GVAP (EUMETNET GNSS Water Vapour programme

H. Vedel et al.

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4.10 - The Astigan High Altitude Pseudo-Satellite (HAPS) platform

M. Greaves and P. Cruddace

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4.11 - New 5 mm geoid model for Estonia

A. Ellmann and T. Oja

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Session 5

National Reports
Chair: Jan Krynski

     

5.01 - National Report of Austria

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5.02 - National Report of Belarus

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5.03 - National Report of Belgium

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5.04 National Report of the Czech Republic

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5.05 - National Report of Denmark

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5.06 - National Report of Estonia

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5.07 - National Report of Finland

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5.08 - National Report of France

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5.09 - National Report of Germany

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5.10 - National Report of Great Britain

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5.11 - National Report of Iceland

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5.12 - National Report of Ireland

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5.13 - National Report of Italy

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5.14 - National Report of Latvia

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5.15 - National Report of Lithuania

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5.16 - National Report of The Netherlands

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5.17National Report of North Macedonia

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5.18National Report of Northern Ireland

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5.19National Report of Norway

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5.20 - National Report of Poland

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5.21 - National Report of Portugal

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5.22 - National Report of Russia

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5.23 - National Report of Slovakia

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5.24 - National Report of Slovenia

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5.25 - National Report of Spain

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5.26 - National Report of Sweden

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5.27 - National Report of Switzerland

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Closing
Session

Chair: Markku Poutanen

     

Resolutions

M. Greaves

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EUREF 2019 Symposium

K. Medved

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Poster Presentations

     

P.01 - Present and future of European reference frames – (more than) 30 years of EUREF

M. Poutanen et al.

P.02 - Maintenance of the National Realization of ETRS89 in Sweden: re-analysis of 20 years’ GPS data for SWEREF stations

L. Jivall et al

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P.03 - Joining to EUREF permanent network with Multi GNSS CORS stations in Montenegro

B. Stamatovic et al

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P.04 - Comparison of the regional solutions using GPS and Galileo data

A. Araszkiewicz and D. Kiliszek

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P.05 - The Database of GNSS Station Velocities on the East European Craton

V. Gorshov et al.

P.06 - Multi-epoch GNSS campaigns of the national geodetic network in Estonia

J. Meetsar et al.

 

P.07 - EPN Densification: Continuation and Exploitation

A. Kenyeres et al.

 

P.08 - New Functionalities in M3G - Metadata Management System for Multiple GNSS Networks

A. Fabian et al.

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P.09 - Robot vs chamber calibration-derived antenna PCC models differences and their impact on GNSS positioning

G. Krzan et al.

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P.10 - GNSS Analyses at the National Geographic Institute of Spain. Scientific projects and impact of including Galileo observables in the processing

U. Quintana-Salazar et al.

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P.11 - Absolute Sea-Level Rise on the Estonian Coast Based on the GNSS and Tide Gauge Time Series

A. Liibusk et al.

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P.12 - EUREF’s pan-European Geodetic Infrastructures in Support of Geosciences

A. Kenyeres et al.

 

P.13 - From traditional levelling to combinations of different epoch geodetic data in Western Latvia

J. Kaminskis et al.

 

P.14 - Latvian CORS Time Series Analysis for 2011-2018

I. Varna et al.

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P.15 - Geospatial Methods: Introduction into International Educational Courses in Environmental Protection and Disaster Risk Management

A. Mansourian et al.

 

P.16 - IResults of Project - Creation of Joint GI Education to Increase Job Opportunities in the Region

V. Pukite et al.

 

P.17 - NKG2016LU_gdot – a new model of the postglacial gravity change in Fennoscandia

P.-A. Olsson et al.

 

P.18 - High frequency precise displacement monitoring with GNSS techniques during mining seismic events

J. Kaplon et al.

 

P.19 - GNSS and ALS validation of marine geoid models

S. Varbla et al.

 

P.20 - Promoting of the Geospatial Methods: Introduction Into International Educational Courses in Environmental Protection and Disaster Risk Management

E. Parseliunas et al.