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Title: A general discussion about the normalization of gravimeters in the Iberian Gravity Tide Profile
Other Titles: Discusión general sobre la normalización en el perfil de mareas gravitatorias ibéricas
Authors: Vieira, Ricardo; Torroja, J. M.; Toro y Llaca, Carmen de
Keywords: Mareas terrestres
Redes de vigilancia
Península Ibérica
Earth tides
Issue Date: 1986
Publisher: CSIC-UCM - Instituto de Astronomía y Geodesia (IAG)
Citation: Publicación. Instituto de Astronomìa y Geodesia. 1986, nº 146 : p. 165-175.
Series/Report no.: Publicación. Instituto de Astronomìa y Geodesia
Abstract: The interpretation of gravity tide observations ia conditioned by reasons with different origins; the instrumental problems, the theoric hypotheses assumed, the peculiar characteristics of the geographic zones where the observations have been made, the own station conditions, the influence of phenomena relationed with the observable, as the oeean tide or the atmosphera effects, ect., are circunstances to be studied closely if we want to get the geodetic and geophysical infonaation that these cbservations have. In the Symposia at Bonn and New York as in several articles published, we have dealed with some of these problems; in this paper, we expose some considerations about precision and calibration of the gravimeters used in the so called Iberian Network of Gravity Tides Stations, and about the model determination of the fundamental station at Valle de los Caídos as well.
Description: Comunicación presentada en el "X Symposium Internacional de Mareas Terrestres", celebrado en Madrid, en 1985, y publicada en "Proceedings [of the] X International Symposium on Earth Tides".
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/25343
ISBN: 84-00-6393-7
ISSN: 0213-6198
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