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Gravity signal at Ghawar, Saudi Arabia, from the global gravitational field model EGM 2008 and similarities around
Kostelecký, Jan ; Klokočník, Jaroslav

Source: Arab J Geosci : 8 (2015), s.3515-3532 ISSN: 1866-7511

Publication type: články
Extent8 stran

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Gravity disturbances (or free-air anomalies), the Marussi tensor, invariants of the gravity field, and other functionals and functions (here called aspects) of the geopotential, as represented by recent global gravitational field models, are computed forGhawar, Saudi Arabia, (Al-Anazi, 2007) (Al-Almazi, 2007) and for surrounding areas. With the free-air gravity anomalies, derived from the Earth Gravitational Field Model 2008 (EGM 2008) or European Improved Gravity model of the Earth by New techniques (EIGEN)-6C3 gravity models (based on satellite as well as terrestrial data), we can see features well known to geologists, geophysicists, geomorphologists, and others. Resolution with the global gravitational models is, however, lower than with terrestrial data only, but our ?view? is global. With the invariants, strike angles, and virtual deformations, we can find more interesting features (than with the gravity anomalies themselves). We can see analogies between places with oil deposits

Citation: KOSTELECKÝ, Jan a Jaroslav KLOKOČNÍK. Gravity signal at Ghawar, Saudi Arabia, from the global gravitational field model EGM 2008 and similarities around. Arab J Geosci. Spolková republika Německo, 2015, 8(6), 3515-3532. DOI: 10.1007/s12517-014-1491-y. ISSN 1866-7511.

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