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Abdullah, M. (2004). Modelling and determination of ionospheric effects on relative GPS measurements, Leeds.

Abu Bakar, M. Y. (2002). Comparison between a servo driven total station and real time kinematic GPS for rapid setting out.

Academy of Producer Insurance Studies (Austin Tex.) (1988). Agency performance results study: a continuing research project of the Academy of Producer Insurance Studies. [Austin, TX], The Academy: v.

Academy of Producer Insurance Studies (Austin Tex.) (2000). GPS: a study by the Academy of Producer Insurance Studies. Austin, Tex., Academy of Producer Insurance Studies: v.

Adams, J. C. and N. University of (2003). Terrestrial remote survey techniques for cliff modelling. Nottingham, University of Nottingham.

Ainsworth, S., B. Thomason, et al. (2003). Where on earth are we? the Global Positioning System (GPS) in archaeological field survey. Swindon, English Heritage.

Al-Busaidi, S. (1999). Evaluation of a closed form solution in land vehicle tracking via GPS.

Alcorn, J. B. and P. Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Livelihoods (2000). Borders, rules and governance: mapping to catalyse changes in policy and management. London, International Institute for Environment and Development.

Al-Kandari, J. H. (2003). Correlation of height time series for CGPS stations in the UK with models for atmospheric loading and terrestrial hydrological loading.

Almuslmani, B. S. (2001). Orthometric height using on-the-fly kinematic GPS.

Alothman, A. and T. University of Newcastle upon (2004). Temporal variations of the earth's gravity field from GPS and SLR. Newcastle upon Tyne, University of Newcastle upon Tyne.

Anderson, B. (2002). GPS afloat. Arundel, Fernhurst Books.

Andrade, A. A. L. d. (2001). The global navigation satellite system: navigating into the new millennium. Aldershot, Ashgate.

Apostolidis, P. (2003). Assessment of multipath at North Shields tide gauge continuous GPS station.

Arrowsmith, L. (2004). Potential for bridge monitoring using 50Hz receivers.

Ashkenazi, V., M. Dumville, et al. (1999). Satellite navigation survey: systems and applications. Ispra, SAI, Joint Research Centre, European Commission.

Baker, D. F. and E. University of Nottingham. Theses. Civil (2001). The performance of hybrid GPS and GLONASS.

Baker, H. C. and G. University of Nottingham. Theses. Institute of Engineering Surveying and Space (1998). GPS water vapour estimation for meteorological applications.

Barnes Joel, B. (2000). Real time kinematic GPS and multipath: characterisation and improved least squares modelling, University of Newcastle upon Tyne.

Barnes, S. (2000). Basic essentials. GPS. Guilford, Conn., Globe Pequot Press.

Barnes, S. (2000). GPS. Guilford, Conn., Globe Pequot.

Barter, S. A., L. Molent, et al. (1999). Trial of global positioning system based field wreckage plotting and analysis equipment using data from a USMC F/A-18 aircraft accident. Melbourne, Vic., DSTO.

Barton, M. (2002). GNSS simulation for GNSS receivers.

Bedsted Andersen, O. and Nordiska kommissionen för geodesi. (1989). Modern techniques in geodesy and surveying: lecture notes for Nordiska forskarkurser 18/1988. København, Danmark, NKG.

Béguyot, P., B. Chevalier, et al. (2004). Le GPS en agriculture: principes, applications et essais comparatifs. Dijon, Educagri éditions.

Betaille, D. F. and L. University of (2004). Assessment and improvement of the capabilities of a window correlator to model GPS. London, University of London.

Bettess, F. (1998). Teaching Collection (Archaeology.

Bevis, M., Y. Shoji, et al. (2004). Remote sensing applications of the Global Positioning System: 8-9 November, 2004, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA. Bellingham, Wash., SPIE.

Bevis, M., Y. Shoji, et al. (2004). Remote sensing applications of the global positioning system.

Bilker, M., H. Kaartinen, et al. (2001). The quality of real-time kinematic (RTK) GPS positioning. Kirkkonummi, Finnish Geodetic Institute.

Bleasdale, I. K. (2004). [The Bleasdale walking map of Paxos: new larger scale GPS survey. Paxos and Anti Paxos, additional and revised footpaths, descriptions and notes.]. [Maughold, Isle of Man], [S.n.].

Bock, H. (2003). Efficient methods for determining precise orbits of Low Earth Orbiters using the Global Positioning System. Zürich, Schweizerische Geodätische Kommission.

Boey, S. S. and University of New South Wales. School of Geomatic Engineering. (1999). A model for establishing the legal traceability of GPS measurements for cadastral surveying in Australia. Sydney, N.S.W., Australia, School of Geomatic Engineering, University of New South Wales.

Booth Simon, J. (2000). Monitoring changes in regional ground level, using high precision GPS, in the Thames Estuary and Greater London, University of Nottingham.

Borst, S. C., O. J. Boxma, et al. (2000). Reduced-load equivalence and induced burstiness in GPS queues with long-tailed traffic flows. Amsterdam, Centrum voor Wiskunde en Informatica.

Bossler, J. D., J. R. Jensen, et al. (2002). Manual of geospatial science and technology. London; New York, Taylor & Francis.

Brawn, D. A. (2003). GPS - the easy way. Northampton, Discovery Walking Guides.

Brawn, D. A. (2003). GPS: the easy way. Northampton, Discovery Walking Guides.

Brindley, R. (2004). Assessing the potential for using CGPS stations in Scotland for measuring GIA.

British Columbia. Ministry of, F., G. P. S. S. C. British Columbia. Ministry of Forests, et al. (2001). Ministry of Forests: procedures and guidelines for operational forest resource survey and mapping using global positioning system technology. Victoria, B.C., Prepared by Ministry of Forests GPS Steering Committee for the Resources Inventory Committee.

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