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Ocean tide loading effects on new gravity tide measurements made at south of Spain

AuthorsArnoso, José ; Benavent, M. ; González Montesinos, Fuensanta
KeywordsOcean tides
Issue Date2010
PublisherCopernicus Publications
European Geosciences Union
CitationGeophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 12, EGU2010-5004 (2010). EGU General Assembly 2010.
AbstractTidal gravity observations have been made recently in Algodonales (ALG) site located in the region of Andalucía, at the south of Spain. Other former gravity tide observations around this region were made in Granada and San Fernando (Vieira et al., 1983), which are 165 km northeast and 85 km southwest distant from ALG, respectively. It is planned to make shortly new gravity measurements in Melilla, which is a Spanish city placed at the other side of the Strait of Gibraltar (north of Morocco). In this way, we will dispose of an interesting gravity profile for studying the elastic response of the Earth at tidal periods in this important area of geodynamic activity.
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