[unav_all] WORKSHOP: the future shape of a Greenland GNSS observation network, 25-26 Jan 2017 at NASA GSFC

Bob Hawley robert.l.hawley at dartmouth.edu
Tue Dec 20 11:40:06 MST 2016


Dear Colleagues--

Please consider attending a 1 1/2 day workshop at NASA Goddard Space 
Flight Center in January 2017 (directly following PARCA 2017), with the 
purpose of defining a path forward for a Global Navigation Satellite 
System (GNSS) observation network in Greenland.

Such a network already exists in the form of GNET, a joint US/Danish 
network of GPS receivers. Existing funding for GNET is drawing to a 
close, and the future of the network remains uncertain. Thus it is 
important to bring the various stakeholders and potential users of these 
data together to define the system requirements and the path forward.

There is no cost for attending this NSF-sponsored workshop, and a 
limited amount of travel funding is available for those in need.

For more details and to register, please visit:

http://www.dartmouth.edu/~ice/GNET_workshop.php

NOTE: access to Goddard Space Flight Center requires documentation to be 
submitted to NASA in advance- Please see:

http://neptune.gsfc.nasa.gov/csb/index.php?section=268

For details.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Bob Hawley
Dartmouth College

Tom Neumann
NASA GSFC

Erik Ivins
Jet Propulsion Laboratory




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