Gravity for Geodesy II: Applications

Gravity for Geodesy II: Applications
    • Languages: English
    • Publish Date: 2017-09-21
    • Skill Level: 2 '
    • Completion Time: .75 - 1.00 h
    • Includes Audio: no
    • Required Plugins: none
    • Topics:
      Geospatial
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After completing the lesson, a learner will be able to do the following:
  • Define gravitational potential energy.
  • Define an equipotential (level) surface.
  • Describe how level surfaces aren’t parallel and their spacing changes.
  • Explain the impact of gravity variations in determining flood plains.
  • Explain how orthometric correction is applied to leveling measurements.
  • Explain methods for measuring gravity.
  • Define the geoid and its relationship to gravity and sea level.
  • Explain why models of the geoid are necessary.
  • Give examples of places where airborne gravity can collect better data than other gravity methods.
  • Explain the goals of GRAV-D program.
  • Explain that the gravity field varies over time.