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Publications

Defining a Local Reference Frame using a Plate Motion Model and Deformation Model
Richard Stanaway, Craig Roberts, Chris Rizos, Nic Donnelly, Chris Crook and Joel Haasdyk
IAG Commission 1 Symposium (REFAG) 2014, Melia, Luxembourg, 13-17 October 2014
Presentation (pdf, 1.1 MB)

The Next-Generation Australian Geodetic Datum Benefits and Challenges
Richard Stanaway, Quickclose
SSSI Victorian Spatial Summit - Melbourne, 25th September 2014
Presentation (pdf, 1.1 MB)

Establishment of the new GNSS base station at Eda Tano Haus in Waigani
Richard Stanaway, Quickclose
48th Association of Surveyors PNG Congress, Port Moresby, PNG, 24th - 26th August 2014
Presentation (pdf, 2.0 MB)

An insider's guide to the different project datums used in PNG
Richard Stanaway, Quickclose
48th Association of Surveyors PNG Congress, Port Moresby, PNG, 24th - 26th August 2014
Presentation (pdf, 2.5 MB)

Deformation Modelling to support the Papua New Guinea Geodetic Datum 1994 (PNG94)
Richard Stanaway, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of New South Wales
XXV FIG Congress, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 1621 June 2014
Paper (pdf, 2 MB) Presentation (pdf, 5 MB)

A template for the development of a modernised geodetic infrastructure in Pacific Island states
Richard Stanaway, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of New South Wales
FIG Pacific Small Islands Developing States Symposium, Suiva, Fiji, 18-20 September 2013
Presentation (pdf, 3.4 MB)

The Development of the Papua New Guinea Geodetic Datum 1994 (PNG94)
Richard Stanaway, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of New South Wales; Robert Rosa, Department of Surveying and Land Studies, PNG University of Technology
FIG Pacific Small Islands Developing States Symposium, Suiva, Fiji, 18-20 September 2013
Presentation (pdf, 5.7 MB)

A Deformation Model to support a Next Generation Australian Geodetic Datum
Richard Stanaway, Craig Roberts, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of New South Wales
IAG Scientific Assembly, Potsdam, Germany, 2-6 September 2013
Paper (in press)(pdf, 1.8 MB) Presentation (pdf, 3 MB)

A Deformation Model to support a Next Generation Australian Geodetic Datum
Richard Stanaway, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of New South Wales
Surveying and Spatial Science Congress 2013, Canberra, 15-19 April 2013
Presentation (pdf, 3.8 MB)

Preliminary AGD66, WGS84 and PNG94 transformations in Papua New Guinea
Richard Stanaway, Quickclose
46th Association of Surveyors PNG Congress, Port Moresby, PNG, 1st-3rd August 2012
Presentation (pdf, 120 kB)

PNG08 - A new geoid model for Papua New Guinea
Richard Stanaway, Quickclose
46th Association of Surveyors PNG Congress, Port Moresby, PNG, 1st-3rd August 2012
Presentation (pdf, 6.1 MB)

An update on the status of PNG94
Richard Stanaway, Quickclose; Charles Ouba, John Kwasi and John Oa, PNG Office of the Surveyor-General
46th Association of Surveyors PNG Congress, Port Moresby, PNG, 1st-3rd August 2012
Presentation (pdf, 1.1 MB)

The benefits and pitfalls of using handheld GPS for surveying in PNG
Richard Stanaway, Quickclose; Charles Ouba, John Kwasi and John Oa, PNG Office of the Surveyor-General
46th Association of Surveyors PNG Congress, Port Moresby, PNG, 1st-3rd August 2012
Presentation (pdf, 1.0 MB)

Four Dimensional Deformation Modelling, the link between International, Regional and Local Reference Frames
Richard Stanaway, Craig Roberts, School of Surveying and Spatial Information Systems, University of New South Wales; Graeme Blick and Chris Crook, Land Information New Zealand
FIG Working Week, Rome, Italy, 6-10 May 2012
Paper (pdf, 1 MB) Presentation (pdf, 2 MB)

Four dimensional deformation models for Terrestrial Reference Frames
Graeme Blick, Land Information New Zealand, and Richard Stanaway, School of Surveying and Spatial Information Systems, University of New South Wales;
FIG, IAG and UNOOSA Technical Seminar on Reference Frame in Practice, Rome, Italy, 4th- 5th May 2012
Presentation (pdf, 5 MB)

The Future of Geodetic Datums
Richard Stanaway, Quickclose
SSSI Land Surveying Commission National Conference, The Sebel, Albert Park, Melbourne, Australia, 18-21 April 2012
Presentation (pdf, 1.9 MB)

ITRF Transformations in Deforming Zones to Support CORS-NRTK Applications
Richard Stanaway, Craig Roberts, School of Surveying and Spatial Information Systems, University of New South Wales
International Global Navigation Satellite Systems Society IGNSS Symposium, UNSW, Sydney, Australia 15-17 November, 2011
Paper (pdf, 1 MB) Presentation (pdf, 1 MB)

Establishing Cadastral Control using GNSS
Richard Stanaway, Quickclose
Victorian Spatial Summit, Melbourne, 14th September 2011
Presentation (pdf, 3 MB)

Building a Local Transverse Mercator (LTM) Grid aligned with MGA94 for use in GNSS and GIS
Richard Stanaway, Quickclose
Victorian Spatial Summit, Melbourne, 14th September 2011
Presentation (pdf, 1 MB)

Connecting a Survey to PNG94 and MSL using GNSS
Richard Stanaway, Quickclose
45th Association of Surveyors PNG Congress, Madang, PNG, 19th-22nd July 2011
Workshop Notes (pdf, 1.74 MB) Presentation(pdf, 2.37 MB)

Aligning Local Transverse Mercator (LTM) Grids with UTM Grids such as the Papua New Guinea Map Grid (PNGMG)
Richard Stanaway, Quickclose
45th Association of Surveyors PNG Congress, Madang, PNG, 19th-22nd July 2011
Paper (pdf, 514 kB) Presentation (pdf, 1.04 MB)

Realisation of a Geodetic Datum Using a Gridded Absolute Deformation Model (ADM)
Richard Stanaway, Craig Roberts, School of Surveying and Spatial Information Systems, University of New South Wales; Graeme Blick, Land Information New Zealand
IUGG General Assembly, Melbourne, Australia, July 2011
Paper (pdf 257 kB) Presentation (pdf, 3 MB)

Rigid Plate Transformations to Support PPP and Absolute Positioning in Africa
Richard Stanaway & Craig Roberts, School of Surveying and Spatial Information Systems, University of New South Wales
FIG Working Week, Marrakech, Morocco, 18th-22nd May 2011
Paper (pdf, 143 kB) Presentation (pdf, 2 MB)

Using GNSS to establish a Height Datum on a Survey
Richard Stanaway, Quickclose
SSSI Land Surveying Commission Seminar, Melbourne, The Status of GNSS and CORS Networks - A practical approach to the new network arrangements. How to improve the operation of your GPS, 8th July 2010,
Presentation (ppt, 4 MB)

CORS Network and Datum Harmonisation in the Asia-Pacific Region
Richard Stanaway & Craig Roberts, School of Surveying and Spatial Information Systems, University of New South Wales
XXIV FIG International Congress 2010, Sydney, Australia, 11-16 April 2010
Abstract (pdf, 14 kB) Paper (pdf, 229 kB)       Presentation (to be uploaded)

A Simplified Parameter Transformation Model from ITRF2005 to any Static Geocentric Datum (e.g. GDA94)
Richard Stanaway & Craig Roberts, School of Surveying and Spatial Information Systems, University of New South Wales
International Global Navigation Satellite Systems Society IGNSS Symposium, Holiday Inn Surfers Paradise, Qld, Australia 13 December, 2009
Abstract (pdf, 14 kB) Paper (pdf, 394 kB) Presentation (pdf, 971kB)

Using GNSS to establish a Height Datum on a Project
Richard Stanaway, Quickclose
43rd Association of Surveyors PNG Congress, Lae, PNG, 12th-15th August 2009
Abstract (pdf, 8 kB)       Paper (pdf, 408 kB)       Presentation (pdf, 1.20 MB)

Lae, a City caught between two plates -
15 years of Deformation Measurements with GPS

Richard Stanaway, Quickclose; Laura Wallace, GNS, NZ;
Zebedee Sombo, DSLS PNGUT; Johnson Peter, Trevor Palusi,
Ben Safomea and John Nathan, DSLS PNGUT
43rd Association of Surveyors PNG Congress, Lae, PNG, 12th-15th August 2009
Abstract (pdf, 9 kB)       Paper (pdf, 519 kB)       Presentation (pdf, 2.97 MB)

Connecting a Cadastral Survey to PNG94 using GNSS
Richard Stanaway, Quickclose
43rd Association of Surveyors PNG Congress, Lae, PNG, 12th-15th August 2009
Workshop Notes(pdf, 961 kB)       Workshop Presentation (pdf, 1.70 MB)

How stable is GDA94 and when will an update be necessary?
Richard Stanaway, Quickclose
Queensland Spatial Conference 2008, Gold Coast, 17th - 19th July 2008
Abstract (pdf, 35 kB)       Paper (pdf, 499 kB)       Presentation (pdf, 1.88 MB)

A semi-dynamic datum for Papua New Guinea
Richard Stanaway, Quickclose
Queensland Spatial Conference 2008, Gold Coast, 17th - 19th July 2008
Abstract (pdf, 35 kB)       Paper (pdf, 307 kB)       Poster (A4) (pdf, 202 kB)

PNG on the move - GPS Monitoring of Plate Tectonics and Earthquakes
Richard Stanaway, Quickclose
42nd Association of Surveyors PNG Congress, Port Moresby, 9th - 12th July 2008
Abstract (pdf, 9 kB)       Paper (pdf, 283 kB)       Presentation (pdf, 3.78 MB)

A Dynamic Datum for PNG - Improving PNG94
Richard Stanaway, Quickclose
42nd Association of Surveyors PNG Congress, Port Moresby, 9th - 12th July 2008
Abstract (pdf, 8 kB)       Paper (pdf, 335 kB)       Presentation (pdf, 991 kB)

Datums in the PNG Oilfields - Connecting the Past with the Future
Richard Stanaway, Quickclose
42nd Association of Surveyors PNG Congress, Port Moresby, 9th - 12th July 2008
Abstract (pdf, 8 kB)       Paper (pdf, 196 kB)       Presentation (pdf, 2.91 MB)

How to bring PNG94 into a project using GPS
Richard Stanaway, Quickclose
42nd Association of Surveyors PNG Congress, Port Moresby, 9th - 12th July 2008
Workshop Notes(pdf, 1.25 MB)       Workshop Presentation (pdf, 1.13 MB)

GDA94, ITRF, WGS84: What's the difference? Working with Dynamic Datums
Richard Stanaway, Quickclose
Spatial Sciences Institute - Biennial Conference, Hobart, 14th - 18th May 2007
Abstract (pdf, 39 kB)       Paper (pdf, 137 kB)       Presentation (pdf, 3.04 MB)

Neotectonics in Papua New Guinea, Insights from Space Geodesy
Richard Stanaway & Paul Tregoning, The Australian National University
17th Australian Geological Convention, Hobart, 8th - 13th February 2004
Abstract (pdf, 8 kB)       Poster (pdf, 209 kB)

Implementation of a Dynamic Geodetic Datum in Papua New Guinea: A Case Study
Richard Stanaway, Research School of Earth Sciences, The Australian National University
Master of Philosophy Thesis, 2004
Abstract       Thesis (pdf, 2.19 MB)

Lae, a Deforming city - Geophysical Insights
Richard Stanaway, Research School of Earth Sciences, The Australian National University
Presentation at the PNG University of Technology, Lae, 30th October 2003
Presentation (pdf, 1.91 MB)

Dynamic Geodetic Datums: A Case Study in Papua New Guinea
Richard Stanaway & Paul Tregoning, The Australian National University
IUGG, Sapporo, Japan, 2003
Abstract (pdf, 13 kB)       Poster A4 (pdf, 572 kB)

GPS and seismological constraints on active tectonics and arc-continent collision in Papua New Guinea:
Implications for mechanics of microplate rotations in a plate boundary zone

Wallace, L., Stevens, C., Silver, E., McCaffrey, R., Loratung, W., Hasiata, S., Stanaway, R., Curley, R., Rosa, R., and Taugaloidi, J.,
Journal of Geophysical Research, 109, B05404, doi:10.1029/2003JB002481, 2003.
Abstract (pdf, 9 kB)       Paper (pdf, 2.5 MB)