tidal correction

tidal correction

[′tīd·əl kə′rek·shən]
(geophysics)
A correction made in gravity observations to remove the effect of the earth's tides.
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Since the complete tidal correction has been applied into the definition of the NAVD88 [Balazs and Young, 1982] and also Adj.
There is even a tidal correction table to assist with the calculation of accurate tidal information for the selected launch site based on the tides at Key West and Miami Harbour which are readily available and updated daily in the Keys.
2003, Efficiency of tidal corrections on absolute gravity measurements at the Membach station, in Proceedings of the Workshop: IMG-2002: Instrumentation and Metrology in Gravimetry, October 28-30, 2002, Muchsbach Castle, Munsbach, Grand-Duchy of Luxemburg.
Application of tidal corrections is possible with the accuracy better then 1 [micro]Gal.
The International Association of Geodesy (IAG), recognizing the need for the uniform treatment of tidal corrections to various geodetic quantities such as gravity and station positions, and considering the reports of the Standard Earth Tide Committee and S.