Implementation of a Dynamic Geodetic Datum in Papua New Guinea: A case study
National geodetic datums that span tectonic plate boundaries and deforming zones are subject to distortion increasing in magnitude with time. Relative velocities between adjoining rigid plates and zones of anelastic deformation are often highly linear, however distortion near plate margins and deforming zones is often non-linear as a result of co-seismic and post-seismic displacement. Different realisations of the International Terrestrial Reference Frame (ITRF) have provided geophysicists with...[Show more]
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