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IOC Group of Experts on the Global Sea Level Observing System (GLOSS), Seventh Session, Honolulu, USA, 26-27 April 2001
IOC/UNESCO (2001). IOC Group of Experts on the Global Sea Level Observing System (GLOSS), Seventh Session, Honolulu, USA, 26-27 April 2001. GOOS Report, 116. IOC Reports of Meetings of Experts and Equivalent Bodies, 168. 55 pp.
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GOOS Report. UNESCO, more
IOC Reports of Meetings of Experts and Equivalent Bodies. UNESCO: Paris, more

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Keywords
    Observation; Sea level; Marine

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Abstract
    This report presents the results of the seventh session of the Global Sea Level Observing System Group of Experts (GLOSS GE7). The GLOSS-GE reviewed the programme and made recommendations on the programme implementation. In connection with the GLOSS GE meeting, four associated scientific workshops were convened; 1) A one day workshop (spanning 23-24 April 2001) in honor of Professor Klaus Wyrtki which addressed sea level and oceanographic topics in the Pacific and Indian Oceans; 2) A one day workshop (spanning 23-24 April 2001) which focused on research activities conducted under the sea level component within the Asia-Pacific Space Geodynamics Programme (http://center.shao.ac.cn/APSG); 3) A working group meeting (also spanning 23-24 April 2001) on IAG Section II GPS-Water Level Measurements; and 4) A workshop (25 April) on the use of GPS for the monitoring of tide gauge benchmarks.

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