Continuous GPS measurements at ARHO
The station at Árholt is located on the Tjörnes peninsula in North Iceland,
between the Húsavík-Flatey transform zone and the Grímsey fracture zone.
The station was installed on June 21, 2002. Due to installation problems, data
are only available as of August 17, 2002.
Measurements are made using a Martec Micro-Z (Ashtech interior) receiver and an Ashtech
Choke Ring antenna.
ARHO is funded by LGCA,
University of Savoie, France.
The station coordinates are (approximately):
66.19307 N, 17.10904 W, and the ellipsoidal height is 123.9 m.
The antenna height from the benchmark to the bottom of the antenna is 1.031 m.
Please contact the ISGPS supervisor.
Pictures and diagrams
Not available at the moment!
Results (time series)
Displacements at ARHO in east, north and vertical coordinates (in millimeters)
assuming REYK is stationary:
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Halldór Geirsson, (firstname.lastname@example.org)