K voprosu o sistematicheskikh oshibkakh v opredelenii vysot sovetskikh, iaponskoy i amerikanskoy ekspeditsiy v Vostochnoy Antarktide  [Systematic errors in the elevations determined by Soviet, Japanese, and American expeditions in East Antarctica]

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Alternate Title:Systematic errors in the elevations determined by Soviet, Japanese, and American expeditions in East Antarctica
Authors:Stroev, P. A.; Frolov, A. I.
Volume Title:Morskie gravimetricheskie issledovaniia
Source:Morskie gravimetricheskie issledovaniia. Vyp.5. USSR. P.76-82
Publication Date:1970
Note:In Russian. 10 refs. Ant. Acc. No: 11340
Abstract:Data on seismic and gravimetric measurements obtained at intersection points of traverses made by Soviet (1963-1964 and 1967), Japanese (1961) and American (1965-1966) expeditions are tabulated and compared. The difference in the mean heights at intersections of the Soviet and Japanese traverses was 310 m, and the difference in the gravity anomalies was about 140 mgal. A comparison of preliminary geodetic results obtained by an American expedition in 1965-1966 along the South Pole - Pole of Inaccessibility - Plateau Station traverses and by the 9th and 12th Soviet Antarctic Expeditions along the Molodezhnaya - Pole of Inaccessibility - Novolazarevskaya traverse shows systematic errors of +100 to 130 m in Soviet calculations.
Index Terms:Altimetry; Geodetic survey; Glacier ice--Gravimetric exploration; Glacier ice--Seismic exploration; Glacier ice--Thickness; Antarctica--East Antarctica
Coordinates:S900000 S650000 E1710000 W0400000
Publication Type:journal article
Record ID:146946
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