Instrument

AIRGRAV
Airborne Inertially Referenced Gravimeter

The Airborne Inertially Referenced Gravimeter (AIRGRAV) is an instrument used to measure topography over land and glacier surfaces. It was designed by Sanders Geophysics Limited and has been used in multiple research projects. The instrument consists of three accelerometers.

Image of Gravimeter

Instrument Details

Magnetic/Electric
TOPOGRAPHY, LAND SURFACE
Land Surface
128 Hz
1.5 km, 2.2 km
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