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Title: Establishment of an absolute gravity network in east- and southeast-Asia
Authors: Shuzo Takemoto
Yoichi Fukuda
Toshihiro Higashi
Isao Kimura
Yoshifumi Hiraoka
Yohei Hiyama
Hiroyuki Nakagawa
Masaki Honda
Toshiyuki Tanaka
Harumi Aoki
Michio Hashizume
Hideo Amemiya
Akira Suzuki
He Ping Sun
Yong Wang
Houze Xu
Yaozhong Zhu
Weimin Zhang
Jeff J.F. Huang
Ta Kang Yeh
Hui Chin Yu
Cheinway Hwang
Sjafra Dwipa
Dendi Surya Kusuma
Parluhutan Manurung
Teng Chee Hua
Mond Yosof Bin Abu Bakar
Sanudin Hj Tahir
Kittichai Wattananikorn
Rodolfo M. Agaton
Enrique Macaspac
Keywords: Earth and Planetary Sciences
Issue Date: 29-Dec-2006
Abstract: Taking part in the Asia-Pacific Space Geodynamics (APSG) Project cooperation campaigns in IAG and the work plan in the Permanent Committee on GIS Infrastructure for Asia & the Pacific (PCGIAP), we have collaborated to establish the Absolute Gravity Standard Station Network in East Asia and South-East Asia (AGSSN-ESEA) with FG-5 absolute gravimeters. During the period from 2002 to 2005, we have already determined absolute gravity values in the order of μGal at Wuhan, Nanning, Shanghai, Beijing, Kunming, Lhasa, Hong-Kong Wulumuqi, Xi'an and Xining in China, Hsinchu in Taiwan, Bandung, Yogyakarta Cibinong and Pontianak in Indonesia, Kuala Lumpur and Kota Kinabalu in Malaysia, Bangkok and Cheng-Mai in Thailand, and Manila in Philippines as well as Kyoto, Esashi, Matsushiro, Kamioka, Muroto, Aso, Mizunami and Naha in Japan. As an extension of this campaign in the southern hemisphere, we have conducted absolute gravity measurements in Perth and Canberra in Australia, and the Syowa Station in Antarctica in 2003-2004.
ISSN: 00380830
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