Airborne gravity gradiometry [article]

Mark Dransfield
1994
A thorough understanding of the properties of the gravity gradient tensor in its application to airborne surveying for prospecting has been developed. This has yielded a rich harvest of techniques for use in interpreting gravity gradient survey information, the value of which have been demonstrated in a series of simulations of gradient surveys over detailed three dimensional geological models. The understanding of the tensor properties leads to I have left the most important people until last:
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doi:10.26182/5c89d3c7789f1 fatcat:wprqcavmnnbu7lqxem4hgod5sa