What is Gfg2?

Gfgsquared is a three year coordination action, which started in January 2011 and will last until December 2013. The project is funded by the 7th Framework Program of the European Commission under the Environment theme (2010). Its mission is to better asses the value of GNSS for Global Environmental Earth Observation (GEEO) and GEOSS.

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Bibliotheque

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Using the EarthScope Plate Boundary Observatory to Study the Earth's Water Cycle Kristine M. Larson, Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences University of Colorado
The water cycle data products Kristine M. Larson, Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences University of Colorado
Seminar: Where are you? Prof. Thomas A Herring, MIT
Satellite Positioning LECTURES Dr. Jan Johansson, CHALMERS University
Principles of the Global Positioning System Thomas Herring, MIT
Modern Navigation Thomas Herring, MIT
GPS and GNSS for Geospatial Professionals Jan Van Sickle, Penn State Univ.
GNSS for Global Earth Observation: The European coordination action Gfg² Jens Wickert et al.
GNSS for Global Earth Observation: The European coordination action Gfg2 J. Wickert et al.
GNSS for global Earth observation: an update from the European CA Gfg2 Gunnar Elgered et al.