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M2 Component at Hyderabad

Nature volume 204, pages 774775 (21 November 1964) | Download Citation

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IN an earlier paper1 the authors reported the recording and analysis of the gravity variation with time in the month of December, 1961, at Hyderabad (long. 78° 27′ E and lat. 17° 26′ N). The record was continued for another six months in 1962 and the data were analysed only for the main lunar semidiurnal tidal component M2 as it was found that this was the most consistent and dependable component. It is found desirable to check the calibration of the photographic recording paper (in milligals) frequently. The theoretical amplitude is 0.069 milligals for Hyderabad.

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  1. Department of Geology, Osmania University, Hyderabad–7.

    • S. BALAKRISHNA
    •  & B. R. LAKSHMI

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