What is new

Version 9.0 of 2016-12-15 replaces version 8.9 of 2016-02-15 and includes the revisions made only in the on-line registry in versions 8.9.2 through v8.9.5. 

New to version 9.0, 2016-02-15 (Access and SQL download)

  • Changes as documented in Change Records through 2016.059, but with actions still remaining on some change requests.
  • New data for Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Russia, St. Helena, United States, WGS 84 G realisations and ITRF.
  • Significant revision to data for United Kingdom.
  • Minor revision to data for Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Christmas Island, Cote d'Ivoire, East Timor, Indonesia, Ireland, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Norfolk Island, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, United Kingdom and United States.
  • In the Access database version of the Dataset the data declaration for the datum.realization_epoch attribute has been changed from char(4) to char(10) to allow dates to be given to day resolution. Online registry reports have been updated to reflect the full resolution stored in the registry, but registry content has always had resolution of a day and is unaffected by these changes.

 

Data previously released only in versions 8.9.2 through 8.9.5 in online registry, now included in full v9.0 release of Access and SQL download:

  • New data for Australia, Bulgaria, France, Germany, India, Italy, Ireland,  Ukraine, United Kingdom and ITRF2014.
  • Significant revision to data for Albania, Ukraine and ITRF89 to ITRF2000 transformation.
  • Minor revisions to data for. Argentina, Australia, Bhutan, Bolivia, Brunei, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Estonia, Greenland, Iceland, Indonesia, Iraq, Japan, Latvia, Libya, Lithuania, Madagascar, Malaysia , Mauritania, Mexico, Mozambique, Oman, Panama, Peru, Portugal (Azores), Reunion, Serbia, South America (SIRGAS and SIRGAS2000), Spain (Canary Islands), Switzerland, Tonga, Uruguay, United Kingdom, United States, Venezuela and Zaire.
  • The length of abbreviations has been changed to a nominal maximum of 32 characters.