International Coordination of Space Techniques for Geodesy and Geodynamics (CSTG)
1979 Canberra ACT Australia
1979, Canberra (Australia), during 17th General Assembly of IUGG, as Commission VIII of the B-XB1291 - International Association of Geodesy (IAG), the reorganized successor to the former IAG Commission on Satellite Geodesy. At 23rd Plenary Meeting of E-XE0323 - Committee on Space Research (COSPAR), 1980, Budapest (Hungary), incorporated as COSPAR Interdisciplinary Scientific Subcommission B2. Ceased to exist following restructuring.
Develop links between various groups engaged in the field of space geodesy and geodynamics by various techniques, coordinate work of these groups, elaborate and propose projects implying international cooperation, follow their progress and report on their advancement and results.
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Executive Committee, consisting of President, Secretary, former President, chairmen of CSTG subcommissions and projects and representatives of IAG services and COSPAR. Steering Committee, composed of representatives IUGG member countries. Subcommissions (1999-2003): ISGN; Precise Satellite Microwave Systems; Coordination and Combination of Space Geodetic Analysis; Satellite Altimetry; POD for LEO's; Project on Doris.
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