DATE 
TITLE 
AUTHORS 
1975February 
Report on Geocentric and
Geodetic Datums 
P. Vanicek 
1981October 
The Zero Frequency
Response of Sea Level to Meteorological Influences 
P. Vanicek,
C.L. Merry

1981September 
Diagrammatic Approach to
Solve Least Squares Adjustment and Collocation Problems 
M. Karim 
1985November 
LeastSquares Spectral
Analysis Revisited 
D. Wells,
P. Vaníček,
S. Pagiatakis

1982December 
Ocean Tide Loading, Body
Tide and Polar Motion Effects on Very Long Baseline
Interferometry 
S.D. Pagiatakis 
1984May 
Heights on a Deforming
Earth 
G. Carrera 
1985November 
Rigorous Densification
of Horizontal Geodetic Networks 
F.N. Lugoe 
1987December 
The Canadian
Geoid 
P. Vaníček
A. Kleusberg
R.G. Chang
H. Fashir
N. Christou
M. Hofman
T. Kling
T. Arsenault

1988July 
Ocean Tide Loading on a
SelfGravitating, Compressible, Layered, Anisotropic, ViscoElastic
and Rotating Earth with Solid Inner Core and Fluid Outer Core 
S.D. Pagiatakis 
1990September 
Computation of a File of
Geoidal Heights Using Molodenskij's Truncation Method 
P. Vaníček
C. Zhang
P. Ong

1991May 
The Compilation of a Map
of Recent Vertical Crustal Movements in Canada 
G. Carrera
P. Vaníček
M.R. Craymer

1991September 
Robustness
Analysis 
P. Vaníček
E.J. Krakiwsky
M.R. Craymer
Yang Gao
P.S. Ong

1992August 
Determination of Geoidal
Height Difference Using Ring Integration Method 
A. Tsen 
1995November 
RealTime Orbit
Improvement for GPS Satellites 
M.C. Santos 
1996March 
A Seamless
VerticalReference Surface for Acquisition, Management and ECDIS
Display of Hydrographic Data 
D.E. Wells
A. Kleusberg
P. Vaníček

1996March 
Application of
Robustness Analysis to Large Geodetic Networks 
P. Vaníček
P. Ong
E.J. Krakiwsky
M.R. Craymer

1996August 
Compilation of a Precise
Regional Geoid 
P. Vaníček
A. Kleusberg
Z. Martinec
W. Sun
P. Ong
M. Najafi
P. Vajda
L. Harrie
P. Tomasek
B. ter Horst

1999April 
Development and Testing
of InContext Confidence Regions for Geodetic Survey Networks 
E.J. Krakiwsky
D.J. Szabo
P. Vaníček
M.R. Craymer

2000December 
Evaluation of Gravity
Data for the StokesHelmert Solution to the Geodetic BoundaryValue
Problem 
P. Novák 
2002February 
On Picard Criterion and
the WellPosed Nature of Harmonic Downward Continuation 
J.C.F. Wong 
2002July 
Computational Methods
for the Discrete Downward Continuation of the Earth Gravity and
Effects of Lateral Topographical Mass Density Variation on Gravity
and the Geoid 
J. Huang 
2003January 
Honoring the Academic
Life of Petr Vaníček 
Ed. M. Santos 
2005April 
Early Results Towards
the Canadian Geoid in the ThreeSpace Scenario 
H. Yang 
2006July 
Robustness Analysis of
Geodetic Networks 
M. Berber 
2007April 
A Physically Meaningful
Model of Vertical Crustal Movements in Canada Using Smooth Piecewise
Algebraic Approximation: Constraints for Glacial Isostatic Adjustment
Models 
A. Koohzare 
2012October 
Assessment of Atmospheric Pressure Loading on the International GNSS REPRO1 Solutions Periodic Signatures 
James Daniel Mtamakaya 
2012January 
Advances in Gravity Based Height Systems 
Robert Kingdon 
2015August 
Determination of a Geoid Model for Ghana Using the StokesHelmert Method 
Michael Adjei Klu 