Geophysics From Terrestrial Time‐Variable Gravity Measurements

@article{VanCamp2017GeophysicsFT,
  title={Geophysics From Terrestrial Time‐Variable Gravity Measurements},
  author={Michel Van Camp and Olivier de Viron and Arnaud Watlet and Bruno Meurers and Olivier Francis and Corentin Caudron},
  journal={Reviews of Geophysics},
  year={2017},
  volume={55},
  pages={938 - 992}
}
In a context of global change and increasing anthropic pressure on the environment, monitoring the Earth system and its evolution has become one of the key missions of geosciences. Geodesy is the geoscience that measures the geometric shape of the Earth, its orientation in space, and gravity field. Time‐variable gravity, because of its high accuracy, can be used to build an enhanced picture and understanding of the changing Earth. Ground‐based gravimetry can determine the change in gravity… 
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