Integral Equation Methods in Physical Geodesy

@inproceedings{HeckIntegralEM,
  title={Integral Equation Methods in Physical Geodesy},
  author={Bernhard Heck}
}
It is well-known since the days of G.G. Stokes (Stokes, 1849) that the main tasks of Geodesy, the determination of the geometry of the Earth's surface and its external gravity field, can be handled by solving geodetic boundary value problems. While Stokes's approach had been based on a reduction of observational data, related to the earth's surface, for gravitational effects induced by the topographical masses, M.S. Molodenskii provided a formulation in terms of an external boundary value… CONTINUE READING

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