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Abstract

Gravity Gradiometry has long been known as a fundamentally useful geophysical quantity. Early applications of Gradiometry surveying required cumbersome instruments that required time consuming and delicate operation, making effective coverage of large areas difficult and expensive. Modern instrumentation has enabled Gravity Gradiometry to be performed from an airborne or marine platform, enabling accurate measurement of gravity gradient over explorationally significant areas in a reasonable time scale.

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2009-11-15
2024-07-18
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