Applications of the Global Positioning System (GPS) to Earth Science are numerous. The International GPS Service (IGS), a federation of government agencies and universities, plays an increasingly critical role in support of GPS-related research and engineering activities.
Contributions from the IGS Governing Board and Central Bureau, analysis and data centers, station operators, and others constitute the 2000 Technical Reports. This report has a companion publication, the 2000 Annual Report. Hard copies of each volume can be obtained by contacting the IGS Central Bureau at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Ken Gowey, Ruth Neilan, Angelyn Moore
NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, IGS Central Bureau, USA
The 2000 IGS Technical Report is available for viewing and download via FTP ftp://igs.org/pub/resource/pubs/00_tec/2000_techreports.pdf.