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According to Stokes' approach, given the gravity anomaly on the geoid as the boundary, a disturbing potential function satisfying some boundary conditions should be solved. The basic requirement is that the disturbing potential function should be harmonic in the region outside the geoid. However, since the normal gravity potential is not defined inside the reference ellipsoid (taking the WGS84 ellipsoid as an example), when the geoid is below the ellipsoidal surface, the disturbing potentialdoi:10.1080/15210607909379344 fatcat:j4o5cn5asvcyvecrdoeska2bjm