Evaluation of GNSS Monument Stability
Paper in proceedings, 2013

We report on an evaluation of the stability of four different GNSS monuments that was conducted in the summer of 2010. The monuments were monitored by forward intersections using a survey system consisting of two robotic total stations and a set of retro reflecting prisms. The system was operated for almost 3 months, performing observations in two faces with a repetition cycle of 5min. Movements in excess of 6 mm were detected. The results show clear evidence that the detected deformations are related to variations in temperature and solar radiation and can be suppressed by simple shielding of the monument. Furthermore, our project is a step towards the realization of continuous cartesian connections at geodetic fundamental stations.

Geodetic monitoring

GNSS monuments

Fundamental geodetic stations Global geodetic observing system (GGOS)

Local-tie monitoring

Co-located space geodetic techniques

Continuous cartesian connections (CCC)

Author

Rüdiger Haas

Chalmers, Earth and Space Sciences, Space Geodesy and Geodynamics

Sten Bergstrand

Wolfgang Lehner

International Association of Geodesy Symposia

0939-9585 (ISSN)

Vol. 138 45-50

Roots

Basic sciences

Infrastructure

Onsala Space Observatory

Subject Categories

Earth and Related Environmental Sciences

DOI

10.1007/978-3-642-32998-2

ISBN

978-364232997-5

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Created

10/7/2017