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1. Federal 2-D Densification Network, North of Canada, Level 1 [Canada_GeoBase_Fe2DDenNetNCanL1]
Geodetic Survey Division (GSD) provides a horizontal 2-D (NAD83) network of interconnected control surveys with (approximately 13000) monuments spaced 20 to a maximum ...


2. Federal 3-D Densification Network, Canada, Level 1 [Canada_GeoBase_Fe3DDenNetCanL1]
The Federal 3-D Densification Network, Canada, Level 1 (FED3DC1) consists of (approximately 2000) monumented stations, positioned three-dimensionally with GPS to centimetre-level ...


3. Canadian Base Network (CBN) of Monumented Survey Control [Canada_GeoSC_CdnBaseNtwkSurvCtl]
The Canadian Base Network (CBN) is a network of pillar monumented survey control points with forced-centering plates positioned three-dimensionally. They have GPS to centimetre-level ...


4. Canadian GPS Validation Networks (GPS Basenets) [Canada_GeoSC_CdnGPSValidatnNtwk]
The need for a "truth" against which to test Global Positioning System (GPS) accuracy and precision has led to the establishment of 15 GPS validation network sites across Canada, also ...


5. Canadian Gravity Standardization Net (CGSN) [Canada_GeoSC_CdnGravityStndNet]
The Canadian Gravity Standardization Net (CGSN) provides a nationwide gravity datum defined by 5737 control stations, systematically distributed throughout Canada. The adjustment of the ...


6. Canadian Spatial Reference System (CSRS) Traditional Reference Networks [Canada_GeoSC_CdnSRSTradRefNtwk]
The National Horizontal and Vertical Primary Reference Networks are traditional reference networks maintained by the Geodetic Survey Division (GSD). The Horizontal Primary ...


7. Global Precise GPS Satellite Ephemerides [Canada_GeoSC_GlobalPreGPSSatEph]
Global Positioning System (GPS) satellite ephemerides are computed from the data collected at the Canadian Active Control Point (ACP) stations. This data is augmented by up to 44 globally ...


8. Canadian Active Control Point (ACP) Observational Data [Canada_GeoSC_ActvCntlPtObsData]
Canadian Active Control Point (ACP) observational data consists of dual-frequency calibrated satellite code and carrier phase observations derived from continuous tracking of GPS satellites ...


9. Global GPS Satellite Clock Corrections [Canada_GeoSC_GlobalGPSSatClkCor]
GPS (Global Positioning System) satellite clock corrections are computed from observational data and final GPS satellite ephemerides and are typically available 3 to 6 days after the observations ...


10. Primary Vertical Bench Marks, Canada, Level 1 [Canada_GeoBase_PriVerBMarkCanL1]
The Primary Vertical Bench Marks, Canada, Level 1 (PVBMC1) are (approximately 80000) monuments established about every 2 km along major highways and railways across Canada. Elevations ...


11. Canadian Base Network, Level 1 [Canada_GeoBase_CanBaseNetworkL1]
With a new focus on positioning from space, Geodetic Survey has created a dynamic infrastructure to serve both present and future needs for positioning. ...


12. ADCP Mooring Data for the TOGA COARE Intensive Observing Period [COARE_lso_ADCP_mooring]
DATA ACCESS TOGA COARE data is available from the TOGA COARE Data Information System ("http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/oa/coare/index.html") and the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) in Boulder, ...


13. Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) Measurements Taken by COARE Research Vessels During the TOGA COARE Intensive Observing Period (IOP) [COARE_ocmix_adcp]
DATA ACCESS The ADCP data can be obtained from the Shipboard ADCP Center (SAC) at the University of Hawaii at the URL 'http://ilikai.soest.hawaii.edu/sadcp/' or via anonymous FTP (kapau.soest.hawaii.edu). ...


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