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SCAR GIANT PROGRAM MEETING - 30 June 1995



Annex A

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Annex B

Morgan, P., and Tiesler, R. ,1991, First Epoch GPS Baselines Between Australia &: Antarctica, January 1990, Aust. J. Geod. Photo. Surv., 55: 55-66.

Manning, J., Morgan, P.J., and Murphy, B. , 1992, Antarctica, Where is it and Where is it Going?, Australian Surveyor, 37(1): 1-8.

Manning, J., and Morgan, P.J. , 1992, The use of Geodetic Reference Frames in Antarctica Paper presented at special symposium on Geodesy at the Twenty Second Meeting of The Scientific Committee for Antarctic Research, Bariloche, Argentina, June 1992, 6pp.

Manning, J., and Morgan, P.J. , 1992, An Analysis of SCAR GPS Data, Paper presented at special symposium on Geodesy at the Twenty Second Meeting of The Scientific Committee for Antarctic Research, Bariloche, Argentina, June 1992, 11 pp.

Morgan, P.J., Tiesler, R., Manning, J., Murphy, B., and Hendy, M. , 1992, The Scientific Committee for Antarctica GPS Project, Proc. of National Conference on GPS Surveying, Univ. of NSW, Sydney, NSW, June 25-26, 17pp.

Morgan, P.J. , 1994 The Role of GPS in Antarctica, Proc. of FIG 1994 General Assembly, Melbourne, March 1994, pp 12.

Morgan P.J., Tiesler, R., Coleman, R., and Hendy, M. , 1994, The Global Reference Frame, in the Southern Hemisphere, EOS Supplement, 75(44), 183.

Ananga, N., Coleman, R. Morgan, P. and Rizos, C. 1994 Vertical crustal movement determinations of Antarctic GPS Sites, Proc. of First Turkish International Symposium on Deformations, Instanbul, Turkey September 5-9, 1994.

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Annex C


Enclosure 1.


Enclosure 2

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