[time-nuts] Time Nuts at PTTI this past week

bg at lysator.liu.se bg at lysator.liu.se
Sat Dec 9 14:08:04 EST 2006


On Sat, December 9, 2006 17:52, Magnus Danielson said:
> Remember that while you are 1340 meters up, the mountains gravity pull
> creates a local compensation to a small degree, so you will not fully
> experience the full altitude difference.

Would that mountaing gravity pulling be accounted for when measuring geoid
height? ie compensate your GPS ellilsoid height with the geoid separation
to get "true" mean sea level heigth.

br,

   Björn





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