Bouguer reduction

Bouguer reduction

[bu̇′ger ri′dək·shən]
(geology)
A correction made in gravity work to take account of the station's altitude and the rock between the station and sea level. Also known as Bouguer correction.
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67) used in the Bouguer reduction does not effectively suppress the effect of the topography above the reference surface in Cameroon;