Editor's note: The Meter Reader is a regular column in TLE, coordinated by John Peirce, that seeks to highlight new ideas in geophysical fields besides seismic—particularly gravity, magnetics, and electromagnetics. If you have a short contribution on these topics that is written in the relatively informal but informative style of TLE, please submit it to Dean Clark, editor of TLE in Tulsa, or to John Peirce, at GEDCO in Calgary. This month's article is a discussion of some new ideas on the most effective way to design airborne gravity surveys, which is a logical sequel to several earlier...
Research Article|February 01, 2003
Advantages of close line spacing in airborne gravimetric surveys
The Leading Edge (2003) 22 (2): 136-137.
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Stephan Sander, Veronique Lavoie, John Peirce, R. A. (Bob) Charters; Advantages of close line spacing in airborne gravimetric surveys. The Leading Edge ; 22 (2): 136–137. doi: https://doi.org/10.1190/1.1559040
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