[unav_all] GPS Support for NSF-OPP Arctic Sciences Research Proposals

Bjorn Johns bjorn at unavco.org
Fri Jan 7 09:51:23 MST 2005


Dear Arctic Researchers,

In preparation for the upcoming National Science Foundation, Office of 
Polar Programs, Arctic Sciences Section call for proposals (January 24, 
2005 deadline), we encourage all investigators who wish to use UNAVCO 
GPS support to contact us to discuss your project requirements. We will 
submit to you a letter of support and associated budget (in cases of 
long term equipment loan) for inclusion in your proposal. To get 
assistance with project planning and budgeting, please contact us via 
our On-line Project Support Request Form at: http://www.unavco.org 
(under the UNAVCO Facility, Project Support link).

Equipment and technical support are available for various modes of data 
collection, including:

1. Short-term (minutes to weeks) or "campaign" surveys: low power, high 
memory campaign GPS receivers (Trimble R7/5700), antennas, batteries, 
tripods and associated materials for campaign and kinematic surveys.

 2. Intermediate-term (weeks to years) or "semi-permanent" stations: 
self contained systems including low power, high memory GPS receivers 
(Trimble R7/NetRS), enclosures, solar panels, and optional 
communications hardware.

3. Long-term (years) or "permanent" stations: Reference station GPS 
receivers (Trimble NetRS) and ruggedized enclosures, power systems, and 
communication hardware for remote deployments.

The NSF program announcement is online at:
http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2005/nsf05514/nsf05514.htm

UNAVCO Project Support link:
http://www.unavco.org/facility/project_support/project_support.html

Regards,
Bjorn Johns
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Bjorn Johns UNAVCO
6350 Nautilus Dr., Boulder, CO 80301
mailto:bjorn at unavco.org
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