Volume XV, Issue 7, July 2019

Overview of marine plastic debris in Vietnam in relation to international context

Le Dai Thang

Ionosphere Total Electron Content (TEC) anomaly detection prior to Earthquake using Global Positioning System observation data: Case study of 2018 Mw 6.2 Tajikistan Earthquake

Gopal Sharma and P L N Raju

PPP: the way ahead for solving land tenure issues and contribute to sustainable development?

Daniel Paez

Static Precise Point Positioning (PPP) Using Triple-Constellation GNSS

Robert Galatiya
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Volume XV, Issue 6, June 2019

Privacy and ethics under the gaze of eyes in the sky

George Cho

Advancement in GNSS technology in India

Sanat K Biswas

Building a low cost long range mapping drone

Sasanka L Madawalagama, Hiroshi Inoue, Chathumal M Weththasinghe Arachchige , Manzul K Hazarika, Kavinda Gunasekara, Treshan N Perera and Manuka P Gunasekara

Driving force of historically land use changes in the part of Tokyo city

Yasuharu Yamada

Navigating indoors in 3D geospatial for disaster risk reduction and response in urban environment

Tarun Ghawana, Mitko Aleks androv and Sisi Zlatanova

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Along with the evolution of mobile devices a wide landscape of applications tailored for mobile usage has been developed…

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Human population continues to accumulate in urban centers. This inevitably increases the urban footprint with significant consequences for biodiversity, climate, and environmental resources. Urban growth prediction models have been extensively studied…

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State Space Agency of Ukraine (SSAU) ensures Space Policy on the following directions: creation of launch vehicles and spacecraft launches; remote sensing, including creation of space observation systems; satellite navigation using GNSS; space monitoring and analysis; seismic and geophysical monitoring, including monitoring of nuclear test ban treaty; space science and exploration.

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Digital images collected form airborne or space-borne sensors often contain systematic and non-systematic geometric errors that arises from the earth curvature, platform motion, relief displacement, nonlinearities in scanning motion, the earth rotation, etc . [1]. The intent of geometric correction is to compensate for the distortions introduced by these factors so that the correct image will have the highest practical geometric integrity.

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One of the oldest studies in geophysical sciences is geomagnetism – the study of Earth’s magnetic field, also referred to as the geomagnetic field. The phenomena associated with the geomagnetic field have been researched and monitored for centuries by many countries…