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Authors: Crossley, D.*
Hinderer, J.
Casula, G.*
Francis, O.
Hsu, H.T.
Imanishi, Y.
Jentzsch, G.
Kaarianen, J.
Merriam, J.
Meurers, B.
Meumeyer, J.
Richter, B.
Shibuya, K.
Sato, T.
Van Dam, T.
Title: Network of Superconducting Gravimeters Benefits a Number of Disciplines
Title of journal: EOS -Transaction, AGU
Series/Report no.: 80/(1999)
Publisher: American Geophysical Union
Issue Date: 16-Mar-1999
Keywords: Gravity
Gravimeters
Geodynamics
Tides
Abstract: abstract - A global network of superconducting gravimeters (SGs) is compiling significant data for a range of important studies spamming a number of disciplines concerned with the Earth's gravity, tides, environment, and geodetics. .......
Appears in Collections:04.02.02. Gravity methods
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