Proceedings of the
"Journées Systèmes de référence spatio-temporels 2005"
Warsaw, 19-21 September 2005
(Electronic Version)
Earth dynamics and reference systems:
five years after the adoption of the IAU 2000 Resolutions
Dynamique de la Terre et systèmes de référence:
cinq ans après l'adoption des résolutions UAI 2000

The Proceedings of the Journées 2005 that were held at Space Research Centre of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland, from 19 to 21 September 2005, have appeared, in December 2006 in printed form.

List of the Journees at

The Reference to be quoted is:

     2006, Proceedings of the "Journées 2005 Systèmes de référence spatio-temporels",
     A. Brzezinski, N. Capitaine and B. Kolaczek (eds.),Space Research Centre PAS, Warsaw, Poland.
     (ISBN 2-901057-53-5 & ISBN 83-89439-60-3)

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Table of contents
List of participants
Scientific program
Session 1.1: Astrometry /The International Celestial Reference Frame
Session 1.1: Astrométrie / Le Système International de Référence Céleste
Fey A.L.: The status and future of the ICRF
Kovalevsky J.: Prospects for an optical reference frame using GAIA
Titov O.A.: On the selection of radiosources for the next ICRF realization
Yatskiv Y.S., Kur'yanova A.N., Lytvyn S.O.: New combination solution for RS positions
Andrei A.H., Vieira Martins R., Assafin M., Da Silva Neto D.N., Antunes Filho V.: Astrometric detection of faint companions
Sekido M., Fukushima T.: VLBI delay model for radio sources at finite distance
Lytvyn S.O.: Comparison of various runs of combination solution for constructing the GAOUA combined catalogue of RS positions
Popescu R., Popescu P., Nedelcu A.: Contribution to the establishment of local reference frames around ICRF optical sources
Damljanovic G.: Method of calculation to improve proper motions in declination of Hipparcos stars observed with photographic zenith tubes
Popov A.V., Tsvetkov A.S, Vityazev V.V.: Spectral parallaxes of the Tycho-2 stars
Mouret S., Hestroffer D., Mignard F.: Asteroid mass determination with the GAIA mission
Andrei A.H., Reis Neto E., D'avila V.A., Penna J.L., Assafin M., Boscardin S.C., De Avila K.N: The heliometric Astrolabe, a new instrument for solar diameter observations
Badescu O., Popescu R., Popescu P.: Comparative study between astrogeodetic methods used in determining vertical deflection
Shuksto A.K., Vityazev V.V.: Vectorial harmonics: from link of frames to stellar kinematics
Session 1.2. Realization of the systems and scientific applications
Session 1.2. Réalisation des systèmes et applications scientifiques
Altamimi Z., Collilieux X., Legrand J., Boucher C.: Status of the ITRF2005
Charlot P.: The European VLBI Network: a sensitive and state-of-the-art instrument for high-resolution science
Débarbat S.: Public and scientific time at Paris Observatory : evolution over three centuries
Gambis D., Bizouard C., Saïl M.: Evolution of Earth orientation monitoring at IERS
Gambis D., Biancale R., Lemoine J.-M., Marty J.-C., Loyer S., Soudarin L., Carlucci T., Capitaine N., Bério PH., Coulot D., Exertier P., Charlot P., Altamimi Z.:
Global combination from space geodetic techniques
Bouquillon S., Chapront J., Francou G.: Contribution of SLR results to LLR analysis
Schillak S., Michalek P.: Monitoring of International Terrestrial Reference Frame 2000 by satellite laser ranging in 1993--2003
Lytvyn M.O., Bolotina O.V.: Determination of the collocated iers sites coordinates with combination of GPS and SLR data
Kuzin S.P., Tatevian S.K.: Determination of seasonal geocenter variations from DORIS, GPS and SLR data
Ivanova T.V., Shuygina N.V.: Variations of the second order harmonics of geopotential from the analysis of the lageos SLR data for 1988-2003
Kostelecky J., Pesek I.: Determination of Earth orientation parameters and station coordinates from combination of IERS CPP DATA (internal comparisons)
Mioc V., Perez-chavela E., Stavinschi M.: Equatorial satellite dynamics in Fock's model
Sôma M.: Results from the recent lunar occultations of Upsilon Geminorum and Antares
Kurzynska K., Janicki R.: Some remarks on accuracy of atmospheric model used in laser ranging observations
Rutkowska M.: The orbit estimation for Larets satellite
Session 2.1: Recent developments of observation and modeling
Session 2.1 : Développements récents relatifs aux observations et à la modélisation
Rothacher M., Steigenberger P., Thaller D.: Earth Orientation Parameters from reprocessing and combination efforts (abstract)
Hilton J. L., Capitaine N., Chapront J., Ferrandiz J.M., Fienga A., Fukushima T., Getino J., Mathews P., Simon J.-L., Soffel M., Vondrák J., Wallace P., Williams J.:
Progress report of the IAU Working Group on Precession and the Ecliptic
Wallace P., Capitaine N.: P03-based precession-nutation matrices
Fukushima T.: Efficient integration of torque-free rotation by energy scaling method
Pashkevich V., Eroshkin G.: Choice of the optimal spectral analysis scheme for the investigation of the Earth rotation problem
Dermanis A.: Compatibility of the IERS Earth rotation representation and its relation to the NRO conditions
Capitaine N., Folgueira M., Souchay J.: Earth rotation based on the celestial coordinates of the celestial intermediate pole
Kudryashova M. V., Petrov S. D.: Diurnal polar motion from VLBI observations
Kosek W., Rzeszotko A., Popiński W.: Phase variations of oscillations in the Earth Orientation Parameters detected by the different techniques
Sokolova J.: Influence of the unstable radiosources on the nutation offset estimation
Ferrandiz J. M., Barkin Yu. V.: Nutations and precession of elastic Earth in angle-action variables
Chapanov Ya.: On the long-periodical variations of the Earth rotation
Korsun' A., Kurbasova G.: Nonstability of the Earth rotation in 1833-2000 yy
Soma M., Tanikawa K.: Abrupt changes of the Earth's rotation speed in ancient times
Zotov L. V., Pasynok S. L.: Analysis of discrepancies of the nutation theories MHB2000 and ZP2003 from VLBI observations
Chapanov Ya., Vondrák J., Ron C.: On the accuracy of the trigonometric solution for the periodical components of the polar motion
Kosek W., Popinski W.: Forecasting pole coordinates data by combination of the wavelet decomposition and autocovariance prediction
Session 2.2: Implementation of the IAU 2000 Resolutions and new nomenclature
Session 2.2: Implementation des résolutions UAI 2000 et nouvelle nomenclature
Capitaine N., Hohenkerk C., Andrei A.H., Calabretta M., Dehant V., Fukushima T.,Guinot B., Kaplan G., Klioner S., Kovalevsky J., Kumkova I., Ma C., McCarthy D.D., Seidelmann K., Wallace P.: Latest proposals of the IAU Working Group on Nomenclature for fundamental astronomy
Klioner S. A., Soffel M.H.: Recent progress in astronomical nomenclature in the relativistic framework
Hohenkerk C., Kaplan G.: Progress on the implementation of the new nomenclature in `The Astronomical Almanac'
Skekowski M.: Rocznik Astronomiczny (Astronomical Almanac) of Institute of Geodesy and Cartography against the IAU 2000 Resolutions
Summary of the discussion on ``The status of the implementation of the IAU~2000 resolutions and the proposals of the IAU NFA working group"
Session 2.3: Presentations of progress in the ``Descartes-Nutation'' projects
Session 2.3 : Présentation des progrès du projet "Descartes-Nutation"
Dehant V.: Next decimal for nutation modeling
Folgueira M., Capitaine N., Souchay J.: On the research progress of Descartes-Subproject: "Advances in the integration of the equations of the Earth's rotation in the framework of the new parameters adopted by the IAU 2000 Resolutions''
Bolotin S.: Computation of the `geodetic' excitation function of nutation
Kalarus M., Luzum B., Lambert S., Kosek W.: Modelling and prediction of the FCN
Folgueira M., Souchay J., Capitaine N.: Discussion on the most adequate sets of variables for the study of the Earth's rotation in the framework of IAU 2000 Resolutions
Koot L., De Viron O., Dehant V.: Nutation model with Earth interior parameters adjusted on the time series data
Bourda G., Boehm J., Heinkelmann R., Schuh H.: Analysis and comparison of precise long-term nutation series, strictly determined with OCCAM 6.1 VLBI software
Fernandez L., Schuh H.: Polar motion excitation analysis due to global continental water redistribution
Salstein D. A., J. Nastula J.: Excitation of Earth rotation by geophysical fluids
Thomas M., Dobslaw H., M. Soffel M.: The ocean's response to solar thermal and gravitational tides and impacts on EOP
Nastula J., Kolaczek B., Popinski W.: Comparisons of regional Hydrological Angular Momentum (HAM) of the different models
Brzezinski A., Bolotin S.: Atmospheric and oceanic excitation of the free core nutation: observational evidence
Vondrák J., Ron C.: Resonance effects and possible excitation of Free Core Nutation
Barkin Yu. V.: Pole trend due to the core ocean rising bulge and tectonic process
Sidorenkov N.: Long term changes of the variance of the Earth orientation parameters and of the excitation functions
Bizouard Ch.: Influence of the earthquakes on the polar motion with emphasis on the Sumatra event
Varga P., Gambis D., Bizouard Ch., Bus Z., Kiszely M.: Tidal influence through LOD variations on the temporal distribution of earthquake occurrences
Zotov L.: Excitation function reconstruction using observations of the polar motion of the Earth
Masaki Y.: Comparison of two AAM functions calculated from NCEP/DOE and ERA-40 reanalyses data sets
Kudlay O. G.: About wobble excitation in the case of triaxial Earth rotation
McCarthy D. D.: Evolution of time scales
Arias E. F.: Improvements in international time keeping
Defraigne P., Bruyninx C.: GPS time and frequency transfer: state of the art
Lewandowski W., Nawrocki J.: Satellite time-transfer: recent developments and projects
Solovyov V., Tkachuk O., Korsun' A.: On local atomic time scale TA(UA)
Nawrocki J., Nogas P., Diak R., Foks A., Lemanski D.: TTS-3, multi-channel, multi-system GPS/GLONAS/WAAS/EGNOS receiver
SESSION 5: GLOBAL REFERENCE FRAMES AND EARTH ROTATION: impact of the gravitational satellite missions (CHAMP, GRACE, GOCE),
new techniques (ring laser etc.), new international projects (IAG-GGOS, GALILEO)
SESSION 5: SYSTEMES DE REFERENCE GLOBAUX ET ROTATION DE LA TERRE : Impacts des missions des satellites gravitationels (CHAMP, GRACE, GOCE)},
nouvelles techniques (ring laser etc.), nouveaux projets internationaux (IAG-GGOS, GALILEO)
Klügel T., Schreiber U., Velikoseltsev A., Schlüter W., Rothacher M.: Estimation of diurnal polar motion terms using ring laser data
Rothacher M.: Present status and future of the IAG Project GGOS
Pozo J. M., Coll B.: Some properties of emission coordinates
Krankowski A., Hobiger T., Schuh H., Kosek W., Popinski W.: Wavelet analysis in TEC measurements obtained using dual-frequency space and satellite techniques
Weber R., Englich S.: Potential contribution of GALILEO to the TRF and the determination of ERPs