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Title: The determination of the anomalous gravity potential from satellite and terrestrial data under utilization of modern gravimetric theory
Authors: Luetzow, Hans Baussus von.
Keywords: Modem Gravimetric Theory
Satellite-gravimetric solutions for disturbing potential
Satellite-gravimetric-altimeter solutions for anomalous potential
Statistics of gravity anomalies
Isostatic anomalies in advanced solutions for the Earth's gravity disturbing potential
Issue Date: Apr-1973
Publisher: U.S. Army Engineer Topographic Laboratories.
Engineer Research and Development Center (U.S.)
Series/Report no.: Research note (U.S. Army Engineer Topographic Laboratories) ; ETL-RN-73-2.
Description: Research note
Abstract: After a review of related work, a first order connection between a spherical harmonics presentation of the disturbing potential at a height of 9 km above sea level and the anomalous potential at the earth's physical surface based on the theories of Pellinen, Moritz, and the author is facilitated. This is achieved by a topographic correction term applied to the potential at 9 km above sea level, which permits an analytical continuation between the thus modified potential and that expressed by F'aye anomalies at the earth's physical surface. In this way, the problem of analytical continuation of free air gravity anomalies is avoided. Furthermore, it is possible to reduce the remaining potential or gravity anomaly variance at 9 km above sea level, associated with higher order harmonics, by corresponding topographic corrections.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11681/5054
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