Abstract

In his paper, Fajklewicz discusses the improvement of vertical gravity gradient measurements arising from a very stable tower apparently not affected by wind gust vibration and climatic changes. Further, the lower plate where the gravity meter is resting can be changed in position to avoid possible disturbances from surface and near-surface variation, and new methods for correcting and interpreting observed gradients over the vertical interval of about 3 m are presented. Some 1000 field stations were observed, including research work and industrial application.

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