The IGS Library is a source for technical articles, papers, presentations, posters, and other scholarly works associated biography file for with the IGS. When referring to IGS products and services, please email the citation to library [at] igs.org in the BibTex Format.
Whenever your use of IGS data or products results in, or contributes to, a publication, please include a citation. Please send the reference to your article, poster, presentation, or other work to the IGS as a BibTeX-formatted citation, so that it may be entered into the official IGS publications database.
To create a compatible Bibtex citation format, please download BibDesk (Mac, http://bibdesk.sourceforge.net/) or JabRef (Windows, http://jabref.sourceforge.net/), download latest citations database and watch the video tutorial. Please include full references, abstracts, and the web address of the document, if available. Also, check the knowledge base articles.
The IGS collects, archives, and distributes GPS observation data sets of sufficient accuracy to satisfy the objectives of a wide range of applications and experimentation. These data sets are used by the IGS to generate the data products which are made available to interested users through this website. Each participating organization voluntarily brings its own funding according to its own mission. These organizations tend to be public or government institutions or other research organizations. Consequently, the IGS requires redundancy and/or multi-year commitments from important components to ensure reliability. Please include the IGS logo and citation in all websites, presentations, publications, or posters that use IGS data, products, or services. This helps to justify funding for IGS contributing agencies and ensures open availability of these resources. We suggest
Dow, J.M., Neilan, R. E., and Rizos, C., The International GNSS Service in a changing landscape of Global Navigation Satellite Systems, Journal of Geodesy (2009) 83:191–198, DOI: 10.1007/s00190-008-0300-3Please also send the reference to your article, poster, presentation, or other work to the IGS as a BibTeX-formatted citation, so that it may be entered into the official IGS publications database.
Visit the IGS Library, http://www.igs.org/library, where you can download the complete bibliography, and learn more about how to include your article in this powerful reference tool.