In many instances an inclined-plane approximation represents more accurately the terrain near a gravity station than does the conventional block-cylinder approximation.Combinations of the terrain effect of inclined planes through various terrain zones, as represented in the accompanying tables, can be used to approximate easily and quickly such familiar land forms as valleys, ridges, and hillsides.

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