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Gravity’s new world order modelled at 200m resolution

    Arcs of positive (red) and negative (deep blue) discrepancies in the gravity field of Asia.
  • 22 December 2013

Perth and Munich satellite science researchers have produced the world’s first high-resolution global maps of discrepancies in the Earth’s gravity field. The new maps highlight unexpectedly large variations of free-fall gravity in different parts of the world – with the smallest discrepancies seen on a summit in the South American Andes and the largest near the North Pole. Strongly positive …..Read More

Scientists applaud GEO printings of D_City report

    D_CITY ebook GEO 2013 cover
  • 10 November 2013

International land surveying, geography, remote sensing and Earth observation (satellite) scientists are applauding the D_City: Digital Earth | Virtual Nations | Data Cities report. Online (originally as a preview for comment) since early 2012, the report now has been updated and printed via its sponsor, the Intergovernmental Group on Earth Observations (GEO). GEO and the International Society for Digital Earth …..Read More