Accession Number : AD0699272
Title : THE USE OF GEOLOGIC AND GEOPHYSICAL PARAMETERS IN THE EVALUATION, INTERPOLATION, AND PREDICTION OF GRAVITY.
Descriptive Note : Final rept. (Part 1),
Corporate Author : HAWAII INST OF GEOPHYSICS HONOLULU
Personal Author(s) : Strange,William E. ; Woollard,George P.
Report Date : NOV 1964
Pagination or Media Count : 253
Abstract : The primary objective of this work was to demonstrate the physical accountability of gravity by establishing the relations between the variations in the observed gravitational field within the continental United States and variations in observable geologic and geophysical parameters. The correlations developed in this report represent input information which can be used, in addition to knowledge of the spatial relations of points at which gravity has been observed, to carry out evaluation, interpolation, and prediction of gravity. By use of these correlations, considerable improvement can be realized. (Author)
Descriptors : (*GEOPHYSICS, CORRELATION TECHNIQUES), (*GRAVITY, ANOMALIES), MATHEMATICAL PREDICTION, ROCK, STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY, COMPUTER PROGRAMS, DENSITY, SEISMOLOGY, MAPS, HAWAII
Subject Categories : Geodesy
Geology, Geochemistry and Mineralogy
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE