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A gravity survey on Mizuho Plateau was carried out in austral summer of 2001-2002 by the 43 rd Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition (JARE-43), as one of the geophysical measurements of deep seismic exploration. Gravity measurements were conducted at 151 points in approximately 1 km interval along the 150 km profile. Considering the gravity effect from the ice-sheet, Free-air and Bouguer anomalies were calculated by using precise GPS locations. Furrowed and basin-like negative Free-airdoi:10.4236/ijg.2014.52016 fatcat:fz7uhlolkvhfxc52p7rvhdffym