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Geoidal contours.

Dezsö Nagy

Geoidal contours.

by Dezsö Nagy

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Published in [Toronto] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geodesy,
  • Gravity,
  • Plumb-line deflections

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsToronto, Ont. University.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination118 leaves.
    Number of Pages118
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18699425M

    geoidal heigh ts from Figure (4) through (6), which show the respective geoidal contour maps. Table (4): Comparison among the 15´x 15´ gravity anomalies computed. Fisher and Sclater () have shown that the Southwest Indian Ridge .CM-'/R) is extending towards its eastern end: as it does so. the axis is dividing the region into an area of east-west geoidal contours north of the ridge, from an area south of the ridge in which the contours run by: 3.

      Differences between geometric geoidal heights and modeled values. The modeled values are from two cases (see Table 8). a The gravimetric geoid model. b The hybrid geoid model. The geoidal contours are shown at a cm interval. The gray points are Cited by: 5. The geoidal contours are shown at a cm interval Shih et al. Earth, Planets and Space () Page 11 of 16 density differences between the mean rock and the sea.

    I have been responsible for the deduction of the geoidal contours in India. reduced editorially with the ratio I foot = metre (Benoit and Chaney), since this is used in a preliminary communication of the same results to the conference at Praha. One should note, however, that . Fischer, Irene. "A Map of Geoidal Contours in North America." Bulletin Geodesique. Num Fischer, Irene. "An Astrogeodetic World Datum from Geoidal Heights Based on the Flattening f = 1/". Journal of Geophysical Research. 65 (7). Fischer, Irene. "The Impact of the Ice Age on the Present Form of the Geoid".


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