GNSS data portal
This web portal provides access to
- GNSS station metadata (“site-logs”)
- GNSS measurement data files
- GNSS data quality monitoring
- GNSS product monitoring (coordinate and troposphere time series)
The access is provided for GNSS stations of four networks included in the CzechGeo infrastructures
- GEONAS – geodynamic GNSS network in the Czech Republic operated by the Institute of Rock Structure and Mechanics of the Czech Academy of Sciences
- PPGNET – network of Permanent GNSS Stations in Greece operated by the Research Institute of Geodesy, Topography and Cartography, Geodetic Observatory Pecny and the Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Department of Geophysics, in close cooperation with the Seismological Laboratory of University of Patras
- VESOG – research and experimental network of permanent GNSS stations in the Czech Republic operated by the Research Institute of Geodesy, Topography and Cartography, Geodetic Observatory Pecny
- WEBGEODYN – the West Bohemia geodynamic network operated by the Institute of Geophysics of the Czech Academy of Sciences
and a cooperating network
- CZEPOS – commercial network of permanent GNSS stations in the Czech Republic operated by the Land Survey Office in Prague
Data are available for research and education purposes in the frame of the CzechGeo/EPOS project and information is collected about the use of data including references to related publications etc.
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What is CzechGeo
CzechGeo / EPOS is the system of geophysical observations performed by geoscience institutions of the Czech Republic. The backbone of CzechGeo is formed by permanent observatories (seismic, GPS, magnetic, gravimetric and geodynamic) involved in global networks which provide data in real time. Permanent observatories are complemented by local stations in selected regions of interest. The third level of the observational system is formed by mobile stations which are deployed for repeated measurements or field experiments within major international projects. Initiative towards the CzechGeo project is related to the 7th FP project EPOS (European Plate Observing System) which was included into the European roadmap of research infrastructures of ESFRI (European Strategic Forum for Research Infrastructures) in 2008.