Geodesy is the study of the size and shape of the Earth's surface and the creation of theoretical mathematical models of the surface that best fits the physical data.
Collaborative project between the California Institute of Technology Division of Geological and Planetary Sciences and the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Radio and Geoastronomy Division.
Windows program which converts between map datums and projections, including Gauss Kruger, TM, UTM, and Lambert Conic grids.
The publication attempts to develop an appreciation of the scope of geodesy and to generate some understanding of the problems encountered in the science.
They are part of a research program with the Department of Geological Sciences, Central Washington University.
Introduction to geodetic datums, geometric earth models, global coordinate systems (such as latitude and longitude), datum conversions, and related topics. University of Texas.
Definitions relating to geodesy, explanations of coordinate systems, and geodesy formulas. Reference ellipsoid defined with derived geometrical constants, equation of the meridional ellipse, and geometry of the meridian section.
CV and publications. Includes virtual library of geodesy and geomatics science, software, links and geoid portal pages.
Develops software including geodetic standard software, international geo data and development tools for geo informatics.
Links to education and government sites.
Provides links to established Polish companies which operate within land surveying, cartography, photogrammetry, land surveying information technology and real estate management and appraisal.
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