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• # Considerations on the meaning of bouguer anomalies in areas with complex morphology and density

• By M. Bernabini and L. Orlando
• Publisher: European Association of Geoscientists & Engineers
• Source: Conference Proceedings, 53rd EAEG Meeting, May 1991, cp-42-00202
• ISBN: 978-90-73781-03-0
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### Abstract

Bouguer anomaly is usually worked out considering the zones above zero level as masses with constant density or with a density varying according to the outeropping rocks' density. Although subsequent elaborations are made considering Bouguer anomalies at station level, the masses between the topographic surface and zero level are no longer taken into account.

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1991-05-28
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