Complex geodetic research in Ukrainian Antarctic station “Academician Vernadsky” (years 2002 - 2005, 2013-2014)

Kornyliy Tretyak, Volodymyr Hlotov, Yuriy Holubinka, Khrystyna Marusazh


In this paper is given an information about complex geodetic research in Ukrainian Antarctic station “Academician Vernadsky”. Research were carried by Lviv polytechnic scientists, during Antarctic expeditions in years 2002 – 2005, 2013, 2014. Main objectives of the studies were: (a) study of the islands glaciers surface volumes changes in Antarctic archipelago and Antarctic Peninsula using terestrial laser scaning and digital terrestrial stereophotogrammetry survey; (b) investigation of Penola strain tectonic fault, using the results of precise GNSS observations.


Argentinian islands; glacier; terrestrial laser scanning; digital stereo photogrammetric survey; Penola strain tectonic fault; GNSS observations; geodynamic polygon

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