The effect of topography on the results of terrestrial observations at the station "Berezovaya Rudka"
AbstractSeveral mathematical methods of calculation of corresponding corrections were worked out for allowance of the effect of topography in earth-tidal tiltmetric observations. Unfortunately, there are inevitable assumptions in them, but to compare the corrections with their real value it is considered to be practically impossible. In the result of analysis of tidal observations in the region of Dniprovsko-Donetsk depression it was clear for the first time that on one of the stations it is possible. This publication contains the methods and results of the effect of topography on "Berezova Rudka" station.
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