Below 1.5 mHz the superconducting gravimeters (SGs; Figure 1) are competitive with the best spring gravimeters and seismometers and can achieve the lowest noise level at frequencies lower than ∼1.0 mHz (Van Camp 1999; Rosat et al. 2003; Widmer-Schnidrig 2003; Park et al. 2005). SGs can therefore make a significant contribution to the illumination of long-wavelength density heterogeneities in the Earth's mantle (Widmer-Schnidrig 2003). For reasons of price and complexity, the number of SGs is small compared to the number of sensors deployed in the Global Seismic Network (GSN). However, the potential...
Connecting a Quanterra Data Logger Q330 on the GWR C021 Superconducting Gravimeter
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Michel Van Camp, Joseph Steim, Giovanni Rapagnani, Luis Rivera; Connecting a Quanterra Data Logger Q330 on the GWR C021 Superconducting Gravimeter. Seismological Research Letters ; 79 (6): 785–796. doi: https://doi.org/10.1785/gssrl.79.6.785
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