With the passage of time it is interesting to note how the present generation of geophysicists is absorbed with the mathematical development and substantiation of geophysical observations, whereas earlier, more simple and practical methods predominated. It was with particular interest that I read the paper in the October, 1978 issue of Geophysics regarding diurnal drift removal and the mathematical development of a least-squares procedure to do this.

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