The GNET stations

The 60 GNET stations are located along the coastline of Greenland. The stations can be split up into two categories, depending on the setup of power and communication.

  • Most of the stations are located at remote locations where power and communication are limited or absent - these are referred to as the "Remote sites".
  • The remaining stations are located in or near towns and settlements. At these locations, landline power and communication are possible - these are referred to as the "Town sites"

The map presented underneath presents the current GNET stations. The circles represent the "Remote sites", while the stars represent the "Town sites".

Data and site logs

Data from all the sites are currently being transferred to the SDFIs distribution platform dataforsyningen (The danish data and map supply). The primary part of the website is in danish (for the time being) but an information site in English is available here. If you need further assistance with the site, please contact SDFI at one of the emails listed in the Contact (go-gnet.org).

Once you have signed in, please find the:

  • GNET data is available on the website of the Danish data and map supply here GNSS - Greenland.
    • Please copy the FTP link and use it to get data via an FTP-software.
  • GNET IGS site logs are all available on the website of the Danish data and map supply here GNSS - Greenland.
    • Please copy the FTP link and use it to get data via an FTP-software.

 

The current situation is that data from ASS2, AASI, DMHN, ILUL, ISOR, KAPI, KLSQ, KULL, KULU, NUUK, PAMI, QAQ1, QEQE, SCOR, SISI, THU2, and UPVK are available on the danish data and map supply. 

Data from the rest of the stations are available on demand from SDFI (please contact SDFI at one of the emails listed in the Contact (go-gnet.org)), or from UNAVCO (please see the station information site for direct link).

Station information and pictures

Please hover over the site of your choice and click on the site to go to the specific station information site, where pictures of the station and the surrounding area can be found.

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