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Solid Earth deformation and gravity changes due to surface loading : Status and scientific problems

@inproceedings{Plag2002SolidED,
  title={Solid Earth deformation and gravity changes due to surface loading : Status and scientific problems},
  author={H. Plag and T. Dam},
  year={2002}
}
  • H. Plag, T. Dam
  • Published 2002
  • The Earth’s surface is perpetually displaced due to atmospheric, oceanic and continental water mass loads. These displacements and the associated gravity changes are increasingly important for the application of space-geodetic methods for scientific studies and operational tasks. Increasingly accurate observations of the displacements provide the means to study the loading processes involved and to validate the theory and Earth models used for the modelling as well as the input data and models… CONTINUE READING
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