Point at which gravity anomaly was measured
|Station Name--An alphanumeric combination of up to 8 characters used for station identification
|Degree Latitude North
|Degree Longitude West
|Elevation in feet
|Observed gravity, in mGal
|Free-air anomaly, in mGal
|Simple Bouguer anomaly, in mGal
|Inner terrain correction for a density of 2.67 g/cc, in mGal. See Code column for radius of correction.
|Total terrain correction from the station to 166.7 km for a density of 2.67 g/cc, in mGal.
|Letter denoting the zone (radius) of the correction
|Complete Bouguer anomaly reduced for a density of 2.67 g/cc, in mGal.
|Isostatic residual anomaly,in mGal,assuming an Airy model for isostatic compensation of topographic loads. This model assumes a crustal thickness of 25 km, a topographic load density of 2.67 g/cc, and a density contrast across the base of the model crust of 0.4 g/cc. Isostatic correction would be difference between CBA and ISO values.