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The AOGS-AGU Joint Assembly

The AOGS-AGU Joint Assembly, 13-17 August 2012, Singapore.

The Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS), established in 2003, aims to promote geosciences and advance its applications for the benefit of humanity in Asia and Oceania. Several Geodetic Sessions were organized at the Singapore conference, one of them being on the topic of High Precision GNSS, chaired by Prof H Abidin (ITB), Dr A Kealy (UniMel) and Peter Teunissen:

  • GNSS Integer Ambiguity resolution (A Verhagen, DUT, Netherlands)
  • CORS GNSS Infrastructure in Singapore (V Khoo, SLA, Singapore)
  • High-Precision GNSS Applications in Indonesia (H Abidin, ITB, Indonesia)
  • Quality Control for Real-Time GNSS (A Kealy, UniMel, Australia)
  • GPS/GLONASS Inter-System Biases (J Chen, SAO, China)
  • GNSS Precise Point Positioning (S Lynn, RMIT, Australia)
  • Contributions of Regional CORS to Clocks and Orbits (Y Feng, QUT, Australia)
  • Strengthening Ionospheric Error Models (J Wang, UNSW, Australia)
  • Preseismic TEC Anomalies of the 2004 Sumatra Earthquake (M Cahyadi, Hokkaido Univ, Japan)