gravity anomaly


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gravity anomaly

[′grav·əd·ē ə‚näm·ə·lē]
(geophysics)
The difference between the observed gravity and the theoretical or predicted gravity.
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Contract notice: Work On Injection And Gravity Anomaly Keying Related To Events Of Termination Of Gypsum AntEeLudien, Pre-Implementation Of Pile
Lead author Luciano Iess of Sapienza University of Rome said that the Cassini gravity measurements show a negative gravity anomaly at the south pole that however is not as large as expected from the deep depression detected by the onboard camera.
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Various least-squares stochastic solutions are applied to estimate the maximum spherical distance of the near-zone surface integration area and the maximum degree of the GGM coefficients based on empirical models for the harmonic and terrestrial gravity anomaly degree variances.
The locations all lie within the area of the main gravity anomaly identified during the gravity survey of Paymaster Canyon completed in early June 2010.
One type, interpreted as magnetite, was characterized by combined very strong total magnetic field combined with high residual Bouguer gravity anomaly.
Residual gravity anomaly can be useful in (1) qualitative studies of the structure of substratum and evolution of the basin sedimentary infill [2,3,4,5], (2) evaluating groundwater resources in a sedimentary basin, and its oil and gas potential.
The Ballek joint venture project contains a large regional gravity anomaly and
Of all the geophysics, it suggests the amount of sulphide we've intersected so far does not explain the magnitude of the gravity anomaly," Novak says.