Gravity base stations in Indonesia and in the southwest Pacific
During October, November, and December of 1975, seventy gravity base stations were established on the islands of eastern Indonesia (Timor, Wetar, Leti, Moa, Sermata, Babar, Ambon, Seram, Manawoko, Kasiui, Kao Besar, Hungar, Serua, Banda Neira, Boano, Kelang and S.W. Sulawesi), New Caledonia and Fiji. The measurements were made with LaCoste and Romberg land gravimeter G-114. This report presents station descriptions and summarizes the results.
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