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Station summaryGUIP

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  • GPS
    Tide Gauge
IGS-type acronym : GUIP
Latitude : 48.44460000
Longitude : -4.41182300
Installed date : 2002-10-18
Decommissioned date :
Country : FRANCE
Station status : active (green)
Distance to Tide Gauge (m) : 9213
Domes Nr.: 10004M501
Station operator: Unknown
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GPS position times seriesGUIP


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Offsets (mm)

MMaterial change or malfunction
RFReference Frame change
NANot available
Position discontinuity
Velocity discontinuity
Vertical component
East component
North Component

Data available at SONELGUIP

Quality plots on RINEX filesGUIP

Quality plots on RINEX files of GUIP Quality plots on RINEX files of GUIP Royal Observatory of Belgium

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Observations & tracking performance Satellite tracking

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Comparison with satellite altimetry data

Co-located instrumentsGUIP

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If you have a relevant reference to suggest, please send-us an e-mail :
  • puce Douglas, 2008. Concerning Evidence for Fingerprints of Glacial Melting. Journal of Coastal Research. Get this reference
  • puce Miller, Douglas, 2007. Gyre-scale atmospheric pressure variations and their relation to 19th and 20th century sea level rise. Geophysical Research Letters. Get this reference
  • puce Poitevin, Wöppelmann et al., 2019. Vertical land motion and relative sea level changes along the coastline of Brest (France) from combined space-borne geodetic methods. Remote Sensing of Environment. Get this reference
  • puce Pouvreau, 2006. Evolution of the tidal semi-diurnal constituent M2 at Brest from 1846 to 2005. C. R. Geoscience. Get this reference
  • puce Rossi, Horton et al., 2011. The application of foraminifera to reconstruct the rate of 20th century sea level rise, Morbihan Golfe, Brittany, France. Quaternary Research. Get this reference
  • puce Woodworth, Pouvreau et al., 2010. The gyre-scale circulation of the North Atlantic and sea level at Brest. Ocean Science. Get this reference
  • puce Woodworth, 1999. High waters at Liverpool since 1768: the UK's longest sea level record. Geophysical Research Letters. Get this reference
  • puce Woppelmann, Pouvreau et al., 2006. Brest sea level record: a time series construction back to the early eighteenth century. Ocean Dynamics. Get this reference
  • puce Woppelmann, Pouvreau et al., 2008. Tide gauge datum continuity at Brest since 1711: France’s longest sea level record. Geophysical Research Letters. Get this reference

Log bookGUIP

[RGPmail] - 2020-02-11 (18/03/2020)

Les données de la station GUIP (29, Finistère) sont de nouveau disponibles depuis la session 29p.

Les données manquantes ne pourront pas être récupérées.

2020-01-22 (22/01/2020)

GUIP is down since the 22nd of December 2019 at 23:01.
IGN (Tanguy Garmont) will be on site during week 5 2020 to do a maintenance. Cbale and/or antenna might be changed. The receiver seems to be working all right. E.Poirier

[EUREFmail-10098] - 2019-12-26 (03/01/2020)

Due to a malfunction of the receiver or the antenna, the date from
GUIP00FRA are not available anymore.
Even after a receiver reboot and a motor engine initilization, no
satellites are tracked.

Equipment will probably be changed in a couple of weeks.

[RGPmail] - 2018-06-12 (13/06/2018)

Due to a planned maintenance, the GUIP station (and data) will be unavailable on the 19th (morning) of June.

[EUREFmail-6779] - 2013-01-21 (21/01/2013)

Following the problem encountered by Leica receivers last week, SBAS
satellites have been desactivated except EGNOS constellation satellites.
The stations concerned are BSCN (25), EGLT (19), GUIP (29), MARS (13), =
SCOA (64) et VFCH (41) in France.

[EUREFmail-6776] - 2013-01-18 (18/01/2013)

Receivers of stations BSCN(Besancon), SCOA (Ciboure), VFCH (Villefranche-sur-Cher), MARS (Marseille), EGLT (Egletons) and GUIP (Guipavas) in France have encountering some problems yesterday.
The problem has been fixed this morning and data are now available.
Nevertheless, data between sessions 017o and 018h are definitively lost.