milligal


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milligal

[′mil·ə‚gal]
(mechanics)
A unit of acceleration commonly used in geodetic measurements, equal to 10-3 galileo, or 10-5 meter per second per second. Abbreviated mGal.
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5 (N-S) kilometre gravity high with amplitude of greater than one milligal.
5 milligal gravity anomaly 400m southeast of historic copper workings.
A gravity anomaly (hereafter simply referred to as anomaly) has the physical dimension of acceleration and is commonly expressed in CGS unit milligal (1 mGal = [10.
This current program was carried out to test a newly discovered 10 milligal gravity anomaly as well as to confirm the extension of the "Dot 47 Copper Zone" which was discovered and partially delineated in 1966-1969.