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Authors: Scalera, G.*
Editors: Scalera, Giancarlo; Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, Sezione Roma1, Roma, Italia
Boschi, Enzo; University of Bologna
Cwojdzinski, Stefan; Polish Geological Survey
Title: Geodetic Problems of an Expanding Globe - Simple Critical Arguments
Publisher: Aracne Editrice, Roma
Issue Date: Dec-2012
ISBN: 978-88-548-5693-6
Keywords: Expanding Earth
Geodesy on increasing radius globe
Decreasing curvature effects
Systematic errors in Geodesy
Abstract: Because unequivocal evidence exist in favor of the expansion of the globe through geologic time, and if the expansion of our planetary body is ongoing today and not confined to the past or episodic in time, some subtle causes must consequently exist of the inability of Geodesy in revealing a plausible expansion rate. Old critical arguments around the possibility of a vicious circle in the geodetic theoretical methods (Blinov, 1987; Scalera, 2003) has revealed their inadequacy in respect of the geometry of space geodesy. On the bases of an old argument (Scalera, 2003), it has been then developed a new more realistic one, in which it is demonstrated that spurious effects can probably bias what is believed to be systematic-error-free data. It is argued that Geodesy still has to full develop a theoretical treatment of an expanding globe
Appears in Collections:04.03.99. General or miscellaneous
04.03.09. Instruments and techniques
Book chapters
04.03.08. Theory and Models
04.03.07. Satellite geodesy
05.06.99. General or miscellaneous
04.03.06. Measurements and monitoring

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