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1. GPS survey of 11 points for the David Glacier and its Drygalski Ice Tongue [GPS_David_Glacier]
Drygalski Ice Tongue is the largest ice tongue in Ross Sea. It is 70 kilometers long (43.4 miles) and 20 kilometers wide (12.4 miles) and drains David Glacier. This ice tongue is large enough to show ...


2. Geodetic GPS small network for record the tidal response of the Hells Gate Ice Shelf, Victoria Land [static_gps_Hells_Gate_network]
The Hells Gate Ice Shelf has been chosen as a study case owing to its vicinity from Terra Nova Bay station and to the peculiar problems it raises to glaciologists and geophysicists. Aimed at locate ...


3. Geodetic GPS framing network for deformations control in the Terra Nova Bay Area [GPS_network_at_TNB]
In the frame of the IV Italian expedition in Antarctica (1988/89) a GPS geodetic network has been established in an area 2000 Km2 wide and close to the Terra Nova Bay station. The network was partially ...


4. Italian GPS permanent station in Antarctica (Terra Nova Bay - Victoria Land) [permanent_GPS_station_at_TNB]
In the framework of the GPS geodetic network in Terra Nova Bay, the network reference station (0100) coordinates were determined with high precision in WGS84 - ITRF system through the data processing ...


5. GPS strain net in Dome C area aimed at a detailed investigation of the ice flow. [GPSstrainNetworkDomeC]
In the framework of the European Science Foundation Project, named EPICA (Europea Project for Ice Coring in Antarctica) an international plan for deep ice coring drilling in Antarctica was established, ...


6. Geodetic GPS detail network established in 1990-91 for the study of deformation control of Mount Melbourne volcano, Victoria Land. [GPS_melbourne_network_in_1990]
Geodetic GPS network established in 1990-91 for the study of deformation control of Mount Melbourne volcano, Victoria Land. The network, composed of 8 points, has been surveyed four times: 1990-91, ...


7. Kinematic double frequency GPS and RES (Radio Echo Sounding) surveys in the Dome C area [Dome_C_kinematic]
During the 1993 Dome Concordia Frech-Italian Antarctic Campaign, a first kinematic GPS survey was performed by means of two geodetic L1 frequency Trimble 4000SE GPS receivers. A Kinematic GPS and ...


8. Victoria Land Network for DEFormation control (VLNDEF) aimed at the crustal deformation detection materialized and surveyed during the 1999-2000 Italian antarctic Expedition [GPS_Victoria_Land_network]
In the framework of VLNDEF Programme (Victoria Land DEFormation control) aimed at the crustal deformation detection in the Victoria Land area, the main field activity was materialization and surveying ...


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