Continuous GPS measurements at ISAK
The station at Isakot started collecting data on January 10, 2002.
The monument was installed over an existing benchmark from the
National Energy Authority (OS-7386)
which has been used in episodic GPS campaigns since 1986.
The instruments at ISAK were funded by the
National Power Company of Iceland.
Measurements are made using a Trimble 5700 receiver and a Trimble
Choke Ring antenna.
The station coordinates are (approximately):
64.1193 N and 19.7472 W.
The antenna height from the benchmark to the bottom of the antenna is 1.0047 meters.
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Pictures and diagrams
Displacements at ISAK in east, north and vertical coordinates (in millimeters)
assuming REYK is stationary:
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Halldór Geirsson (firstname.lastname@example.org)