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Applied Geophysics – Analysis and examples Spreadsheet: Grav2Dcolumn Gravity Anomalies: 2D forward calculation for rectangular paral elepipeds with greater vertical extent than horizontal see Dobrin and Savit eq 12-34 Define density structure Profile 1 Profile2 Adjust bold numbers… Adjust bold numbers… coulum center (km) density contrast (g/cm3) top (km) bottom (km) error check density contrast (g/cm3) top (km) bottom (km) error check 0 0.3 0 0 OK 0.9 0 0 OK 1 0.3 4 4.4 OK 0.9 0 0 OK 2 0.3 4 4.4 OK 0.9 0 0 OK 3 0.3 4 4.3 OK 0.9 0 0 OK 4 0.3 4 4.3 OK 0.9 0 0 OK 5 0.3 4 4.4 OK 0.9 0 0 OK 6 0.3 4 4.4 OK 0.9 0 0 OK 7 0.3 4 4.5 OK 0.9 0 0 OK 8 0.3 4 4.6 OK 0.9 0 0 OK 9 0.3 4 4.7 OK 0.9 0 0 OK 10 0.3 4 4.8 OK 0.9 8 12 OK 11 0.3 4 4.7 OK 0.9 0 0 OK 12 0.3 4 4.6 OK 0.9 0 0 OK 13 0.3 4 4.5 OK 0.9 0 0 OK 14 0.3 4 4.4 OK 0.9 0 0 OK 15 0.3 4 4.4 OK 0.9 0 0 OK 16 0.3 4 4.3 OK 0.9 0 0 OK 17 0.3 4 4.3 OK 0.9 0 0 OK 18 0.3 4 4.4 OK 0.9 0 0 OK 19 0.3 4 4.4 OK 0.9 0 0 OK
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