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4810/79 of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) while the author visited at the Geodetic Institute, Stuttgart University, during June-July, 1980. REFERENCES Ashby, N. : 1979, Rad{o S~~en~e 14,649. : 1973, A~tnon. J. 78, 147. : 1975, Monthty Noti~~ Roy. A~tnon. So~. 71, 381. : 1976, 'On the Earth's Axes of Rotation and:Figure', 20 I. I. MUELLER pres. at XVI General Assembly of IUGG, Grenoble. Barbieri, C. ): 1979, E~opean Satettzte A~~o­ m~y, Ist. di Astronomia, Univ. di Padova, Italy. ), 85.

It may be worthwhile to comment briefly at this point on the fact that many people are reluctant to use the term accuracy in discussing the results of geophysical measurements. The statement sometimes is made that accuracy can be established only by comparison with results obtained with a more accurate technique. This is incorrect, since the preparation and publication of careful error budgets which include allowances for systematic errors has been found to be very useful for determining the accuracy of measurements in other research areas such as primary frequency standards (Bender, 1974).

This question has been discussed previously (Bender, 1974), and may be considered further in other papers in this volume. For example, any of the four absolute plate motion models referred to in Table 8 of Minster and Jordan (1978) might be a reasonable choice until a suhstantial amount of new information on plate motions from space techniques becomes available. The important point is that some of the LAGEOS ranging and VLBI stations either are or will be on the relatively high velocity Pacific and Indian plates.

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