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Title: Satellite Gravity and the Geosphere: Contributions to the Study of the Solid Earth and Its Fluid Earth
Authors: Dickey, J. O.
Bentley, C. R.
Bilham, R.
Carton, J. A.
Eanes, R. J.
Herring, T. A.
Kaula, W. M.
Lagerloef, G. S. E.
Rojstaczer, S.
Smith, W. H. F.
van den Dool, H. M.
Wahr, J. M.
Zuber, M. T.
Issue Date: Feb-1998
Citation: EOS
USA
Abstract: The Earth is a dynamic system-it has a fluid, mobile atmosphere and oceans, a continually changing distribution of ice, snow, and groundwater, a fluid core undergoing hydromagnetic motion, a mantle undergoing both thermal convection and rebound from glacial loading of the last ice age, and mobile tectonic plates.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/19103
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