Appendix E

Workshop Agenda

Improving the DGPS Infrastructure for Earth & Atmospheric Science Applications

March 11–12, 1996

University Corporation for Atmospheric Research

Foothills Laboratory

Boulder, Colorado

March 11, 1996

MORNING SESSION

8:00

REMARKS BY STEERING COMMITTEE CHAIR: INTRODUCTION, DISCUSSION OF AGENDA AND GOALS OF THE WORKSHOP

Randolph Ware

8:10

BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO CIVILIAN GPS POLICY AND MANAGEMENT WITHIN THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT

Randolph Ware

SPEAKER

 
 

George Wiggers, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Transportation Policy, U.S. Department of Transportation — The GPS Information and Policy Organizational Structure

8:40

NETWORK OPERATORS AND SERVICE PROVIDERS

Ruth Neilan

SPEAKERS

 
 

William Strange, National Geodetic Survey (NOAA) — The National Geodetic Survey Continuously Operating Reference System (CORS)

 

Gene Hall, U.S. Coast Guard Navigation Center — USCG Differential GPS Navigation Service

 

Loni Czekalski, Office of the Associate Administrator for Research and Acquisition, Federal Aviation Administration — Federal Aviation Administration GPS Augmentation Systems

 

Gerhard Beutler, University of Berne and Chair, International GPS Service for Geodynamics (IGS) — The International GPS Service for Geodynamics: Mission, Development, Network, Structure, Products, and Current Projects

10:30

ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR POSTER SESSION ON DATA FORMATS AND AVAILABILITY — INCLUDING DEMONSTRATIONS ON ACCESS TO DATA ON THE WORLD WIDE WEB

Ruth Neilan



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The Global Positioning System for the Geosciences: Summary and Proceedings of a Workshop on Improving the GPS Reference Station Infrastructure for Earth, Oceanic, and Atmospheric Science Applications Appendix E Workshop Agenda Improving the DGPS Infrastructure for Earth & Atmospheric Science Applications March 11–12, 1996 University Corporation for Atmospheric Research Foothills Laboratory Boulder, Colorado March 11, 1996 MORNING SESSION 8:00 REMARKS BY STEERING COMMITTEE CHAIR: INTRODUCTION, DISCUSSION OF AGENDA AND GOALS OF THE WORKSHOP Randolph Ware 8:10 BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO CIVILIAN GPS POLICY AND MANAGEMENT WITHIN THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT Randolph Ware SPEAKER     George Wiggers, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Transportation Policy, U.S. Department of Transportation — The GPS Information and Policy Organizational Structure 8:40 NETWORK OPERATORS AND SERVICE PROVIDERS Ruth Neilan SPEAKERS     William Strange, National Geodetic Survey (NOAA) — The National Geodetic Survey Continuously Operating Reference System (CORS)   Gene Hall, U.S. Coast Guard Navigation Center — USCG Differential GPS Navigation Service   Loni Czekalski, Office of the Associate Administrator for Research and Acquisition, Federal Aviation Administration — Federal Aviation Administration GPS Augmentation Systems   Gerhard Beutler, University of Berne and Chair, International GPS Service for Geodynamics (IGS) — The International GPS Service for Geodynamics: Mission, Development, Network, Structure, Products, and Current Projects 10:30 ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR POSTER SESSION ON DATA FORMATS AND AVAILABILITY — INCLUDING DEMONSTRATIONS ON ACCESS TO DATA ON THE WORLD WIDE WEB Ruth Neilan

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The Global Positioning System for the Geosciences: Summary and Proceedings of a Workshop on Improving the GPS Reference Station Infrastructure for Earth, Oceanic, and Atmospheric Science Applications POSTER PAPER AUTHORS     Jeff Behr, Scripps Institution of Oceanography — Scripps Orbit and Permanent Array Center (SOPAC) and Southern California Precision GPS Geodetic Array (PGGA)   Seth Gutman and Russ Chadwick, NOAA Forecast Systems Laboratory — Shared Use of DGPS Data for NOAA Weather Forecasting and Climate Monitoring   William Prescott, U.S. Geological Survey — Southern California Integrated GPS Network (SCIGN), and related USGS GPS-Based Research   Nancy King, U.S. Geological Survey — Bay Area Regional Deformation (BARD) Network   Christian Rocken, University Navstar Consortium — Nationwide GPS Array in Japan   Neil Westin, National Geodetic Survey (NOAA) — CORS Data Archiving and Access System   Maurice Dube, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center — Flow, Distribution, and Archiving of Global GPS Data and Products for the IGS and the Role of the Crustal Dynamics Data Information System (CDDIS)   James Zumberg, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory — Worldwide IGS Data Archiving and Communications   Ulf Lindqwister and Keith Stark, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory — GPS Operations and Data Handling at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory 11:00 SITE, NETWORK, AND DATA REQUIREMENTS FOR GPS-BASED REMOTE SENSING OF THE ATMOSPHERE Robert Serafin SPEAKERS     Ronald McPherson, National Center for Environmental Protection (National Weather Service) —Potential for Improved Weather Forecasting through the Use of Ground-Based GPS Sensing and GPS Occultation Satellites   Richard Anthes, University Consortium for Atmospheric Research — Potential Atmospheric Research Uses of GPS-Based Refractivity Sounding Data   Judith Curry, University of Colorado, Boulder — Precipitable Water Vapor Data Requirements for Climate Modeling   Michael Bevis, University of Hawaii — Site, Network, and Ancillary Data Requirements for GPS Sensing of Precipitable Water Vapor   Bill Kuo and Larry Cornman, National Center for Atmospheric Research — Precipitable Water Vapor and Slant-Path Water Vapor Data Assimilation into Forecast Models, Defining Humidity Field Structure with Ground-Based GPS Arrays, Real-Time Data Requirements AFTERNOON SESSION 1:15 pm SITE, NETWORK, AND DATA REQUIREMENTS FOR GPS-BASED REMOTE SENSING OF THE ATMOSPHERE (CONTINUED) E. Ann Berman SPEAKERS     Tom Runge, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory — Meteorological and GPS Data Requirements for GPS-Based Sensing of Precipitable Water   Frederick Solheim and Chris Alber, University Navstar Consortium — Antenna, Site, and Ancillary Data Requirements for GPS-Based Slant-Path Water Vapor Sensing

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The Global Positioning System for the Geosciences: Summary and Proceedings of a Workshop on Improving the GPS Reference Station Infrastructure for Earth, Oceanic, and Atmospheric Science Applications   Mike Exner, University Consortium for Atmospheric Research — Ground-Based Site and Network Requirements for GPS Sounding from Orbit, Plans for Privately Funded GPS Sounding Satellites   Dave Anderson, USAF Phillips Laboratory — Infrastructure Requirements DOD Ionospheric Mapping Research   Per Enge and Y.C. Chao, Stanford University — Ionospheric Modeling and Research for the FAA Wide-Area Augmentation System 2:15 SITE, NETWORK, AND DATA REQUIREMENTS FOR STATIC POSITIONING Thomas Herring SPEAKERS     Roger Bilham, University of Colorado, Boulder — Reference Site Infrastructure Requirements: Stable Monumentation, Anchors, Inclinometry, Reference Marks   Arthur Niell, Haystack Observatory and Charles Meertens, University Navstar Consortium — Reference Site Infrastructure Requirements: Low Multipath Antennas, Antenna Mounting, Height and Mixing Effects, Snow Effects   Frederick Solheim and Christian Rocken, University Navstar Consortium — Pointed Radiometry for Coordinate and Orbit Accuracy; Potential for Tropospheric Estimation With GPS Along Each Line-Of-Site   Mike Watkins, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory — Crustal Strain Monitoring Requirements   Mark Murray, Stanford University — Crustal Site, Network, and Data Requirements for Volcano Deformation Studies; Stanford University Continuously Operated DGPS Network 4:00 SITE, NETWORK, AND DATA NEEDS FOR DYNAMIC POSITIONING AND NAVIGATION W. Kenneth Stewart SPEAKERS     Robin Bell, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory; Chreston Martin, EG &G — Site, Network, and Data Needs for Airborne Gravimetry, Photogrammetry, And Polar Research   George Born, University of Colorado, Boulder and Bob Schutz, University of Texas, Austin — Site, Network, and Data Requirements for Satellite Altimetry and for the Dynamic Positioning of the Wake Shield Experiment   Kevin Leaman, University of Miami — Infrastructure Requirements for Oceanography   Dave Carlson, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Atmospheric Technology Division — Positioning/Navigation Requirements for Aircraft and Sondes Used in Atmospheric Research   Tom Yunck, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory — Network and Data Requirements for Satellite Gravimetry, Scientific View of the Wide-Area Augmentation System (WAAS)   Paul Montgomery, Stanford University — Autonomous Vehicle Navigation and Control Using GPS March 12, 1996 MORNING SESSION 8:30 WORKING GROUP SESSIONS   Working Group 1 Augmented GPS Networks, Data Sources, and Static Positioning   Working Group 2 Dynamic Positioning/Navigation

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The Global Positioning System for the Geosciences: Summary and Proceedings of a Workshop on Improving the GPS Reference Station Infrastructure for Earth, Oceanic, and Atmospheric Science Applications   Working Group 3 GPS-based Remote Sensing of the Atmosphere AFTERNOON SESSION 1:30 PLENARY SESSION   Reports from the Three Working Groups   Closing Remarks from Committee Chair and Workshop Sponsors