- PhD, University of New South Wales, 12/10/1978
- Bachelor of Surveying (Honours), University of New South Wales, 09/04/1974
Surveying, use of electronic distance meters, geodesy, positioning using satellites, particularly the Global Positioning System (GPS); Use of different coordinate systems and the transformations between them, the calibration and testing of electronic distance meters, the development of testing facilities for these instruments & Gravity measurements on the earths surface can detect and map underground mass anomalies, such as tunnels and mines.
Fields of Research
|091599||Interdisciplinary Engineering Not Elsewhere Classified||100|
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Conference (1 outputs)
|1998||Mitchell HL, Bretreger K, 'Facing The Datum Change: Nuts-And-Bolts Issues for the Practising Surveyor', Southern Exposure, Launceston, Tasmania (1998) [E2]|
Grants and Funding
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Dr Karl Bretreger
|Work Phone||(02) 4921 6051|
|Fax||(02) 4921 6991|
School of Engineering
Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment
The University of Newcastle, Australia
Callaghan NSW 2308