Information about developpment and structure of the global Absolute Gravity data base
The new database for absolute gravity (AG) measurements has been implemented at BGI and BKG in 2007 and is operational for storing absolute gravity data either in the form of metadata or as detailed measurement results. The database contains up to 355 sites in early 2010.
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Papers / Reports
- Wziontek, H., Wilmes, H., Bonvalot, S. “AGrav – An International Database for Absolute Gravity Measurements“. IAG 2009 General Assembly, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Aug 31 – Sept 4, 2009. Paper submitted to IAG proceedings series.
- Wilmes, H., Wziontek, H., Falk, R., Bonvalot, S. “AGrav—The New International Absolute Gravity Database of BGI and BKG and its benefit for the Global Geodynamics Project (GGP)”. Journal of Geodynamics 48 (2009) 305–309.
- Midterm report: “Inter-Commission Working Group 2.1 Absolute Gravimetry“. Report of the International Association of Geodesy 2007-2009.
Posters / Communications
- Wziontek, H., Wilmes, H., Bonvalot, S. “AGrav – An International Database for Absolute Gravity Measurements“. Poster presented at the IAG 2009 Scientific Meeting, Buenos Aires, Aug 31 – Sept 4, 2009.