GRACE Time-Variable Gravity Field Recovery Using an Improved Energy Balance Formalism
Shang, Kun (2015-08)
Earth’s gravity is continuously varying with respect to time due primarily to mass transports within the Earth system and external gravitational forcing. A new formalism based on energy conservation principle for ...
Source Parameters Inversion for Recent Large Undersea Earthquakes from GRACE Data
Dai, Chunli (2015-08)
The north component of gravity and gravity gradient changes from the Gravity Recovery And Climate Experiment (GRACE) are used to study the coseismic gravity change for five earthquakes over the last decade: the 2004 ...
Geophysical Investigations on Gravity Gradiometry and Magnetic Data over the Wichita Uplift Region, Southwestern Oklahoma
Erkan, Kamil (2015-04)
The Wichita uplift in southwestern Oklahoma is a unique region that shows strong gravity and magnetic field anomalies. Detailed geologic data as well as structural cross sections are also available for the region. This ...