What is Gfg2?
Gfgsquared is a three year coordination action, which started in January 2011 and will last until December 2013. The project is funded by the 7th Framework Program of the European Commission under the Environment theme (2010). Its mission is to better asses the value of GNSS for Global Environmental Earth Observation (GEEO) and GEOSS.
|Gfg2 Best Practices Book||Gfg2 Consortium|
|The water cycle data products||Kristine M. Larson, Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences University of Colorado|
|Education and Outreach about GPS||Kristine M. Larson, Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences University of Colorado|
|GNSS for global Earth observation: an update from the European CA Gfg2||Gunnar Elgered et al.|
|Using the EarthScope Plate Boundary Observatory to Study the Earth's Water Cycle||Kristine M. Larson, Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences University of Colorado|
|Gfg2 Training Needs Analysis||Svetlana Zolotikova et al.|
|Gfg2: an FP7 project for GEOSS - The experience of a Spanish SME -||Anna Puig-Centelles et al.|
|Satellite Positioning LECTURES||Dr. Jan Johansson, CHALMERS University|
|GNSS for Global Earth Observation: The European coordination action Gfg²||Jens Wickert et al.|
|Exploring GNSS applications for GEEO and GEOSS||Anna Puig-Centelles|