IGN-PPP / IGN France / Bernese / GPS /
AUSPOS / Geosciences Australia / GPS / Static ONLY
APPS / JPL NASA / GIPSY 6.4 / GPS / Static & Kinematic
GAPS / Univ New Brunswick / GAPS / GPS, Galileo, Beidou / Static & Kinematic
CSRS-PPP / Nat Res Canada / NRCanPPP / GPS, Glonass/ Static & kinematic
A Javad GPS receiver was operated on board of the Aegeo R/V on October 8 and 9 2002.
- October 8: 9:53 UT -> 23:59 UT – RINEX 1s sampling rate – KML trajectory (pseudo-range dual-iono-free) – KML trajectory (phase)
- October 9: 00:01 UT -> 09:59 UT – RINEX 1s sampling rate – KML trajectory (pseudo-range dual-iono-free) – KML trajectory (phase)
Figure 1: Trajectory of the R/V Aegeo, October 8 in red, October 9 in green
Figure 2: Two different navigation solutions from GIPSY Oasis 6.4. In red « dual-iono-free » solution (using P1 and P2), in yellow C1 solution of the programme pr2p.pl
The school is scheduled from Friday September 18 to Tuesday September 22, 2020.
Like for 2017, 2018 and 2019 this School will be partly supported by the European Geosciences Union.
For the Greek teachers, you can download the presentation for the CRL School, presented at the premises of Marathon Data Systems during the event of the Committee of GEOscienses Didactics of the Geological Society of Greece on November 20, 2019
For the Greek teachers, you can declare your interest for the forthcoming CRL School (2020). Warning: This is not an application for participation!
West of Mani
Very strong tsunami which hit with force Gythio and all surroundings
Large destructions west of Cephalonia.
Light sea wave
Major destructions at Corinth, Loutraki
Major damages south of Lafkada and north of Cephalonia and Ithake
Small damages in Cephalonia, but the aftershock of 23;51 (M=6.4) which was on land caused more damages
Sequence of earthquakes
- 9 August 1953 07:41 M=6.4
- 11 August 1953 03:32 M=6.8
- 12 August 1953 09:23 M=7.2
- 12 August 1953 12:03 M=6.3
Very large destructions in Cephalonia (83% of the houses destroyed entirely)
Tsunami observed. Bulding collapsed and fatalities at Zakynthos