Journal of Geodesy
The Journal of Geodesy is an international journal concerned with the study of scientific problems of geodesy and related interdisciplinary sciences. It presents peer-reviewed papers on theoretical or modeling studies, and on results of experiments and interpretations. In addition to original research papers, the journal publishes commissioned review papers on topical subjects and special issues arising from chosen scientific symposia or workshops. The journal covers the whole range of geodetic science and reports on theoretical and applied studies in research areas such as positioning; reference frame; geodetic networks; modeling and quality control; space geodesy; remote sensing; gravity fields, and geodynamics.
38 Volumes 230 Issues 2,042 Articles available from 1976 - 2013Browse Volumes & Issues
In 1995, the journals Bulletin Géodésique and manuscripta geodaetica were merged to become Journal of Geodesy. Prior to 1995, this journal was published as Bulletin Géodésique.
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