Downward Acceleration - Gravity Anomalies - Thunderstorms

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1966-A Mechanism for the Generation of-Pierce.pdf (249.9 KB)

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1970-The Anomalous Vertical Gradient of-Hammer.pdf (260.1 KB)

Balachandran, Nambath K. “Gravity Waves from Thunderstorms.” Monthly Weather Review 108, no. 6 (June 1, 1980): 804–16.<
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1980-Gravity Waves from Thunderst-Balachandran.pdf (1.3 MB)

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1999-Gravity Terrain Corrections — an O-Nowell.pdf (363.8 KB)

Hackney, R. I., and W. E. Featherstone. “Geodetic versus Geophysical Perspectives of the ‘Gravity Anomaly.’” Geophysical Journal International 154, no. 1 (2003): 35–43. Geodetic versus geophysical perspectives of the ‘gravity anomaly’ | Geophysical Journal International | Oxford Academic.

2003-Geodetic versus geophysical persp-Hackney.pdf (285.0 KB)

MEMSIC. “Ultra Low Noise, Low Offset Drift 1 g Dual Axis Accelerometer with Digital Outputs,” 2007.

2007-Ultra Low Noise, Low offset Drift-MEMSIC.pdf (898.6 KB)

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2010-Comparison of 3 Absolute Gravimete-Merlet.pdf (1.1 MB)

Lay, E. H., and X.-M. Shao. “Multi-Station Probing of Thunderstorm-Generated D-Layer Fluctuations by Using Time-Domain Lightning Waveforms.” Geophysical Research Letters 38 (December 1, 2011): L23806.
2011-Multi-Station Probing of Thunderstorm-Lay.pdf (3.2 MB)

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2012-THE EARTH’S GRAVITY-Lecture.PDF (1.0 MB)

Abramov, D., and V. Koneshov. “On the Influence of Intense Thunderstorm Activity on High-Precision Gravimetric Observations.” Seismic Instruments 51 (01 2015): 256–58. On the influence of intense thunderstorm activity on high-precision gravimetric observations | Seismic Instruments.

2015-On the Influence of Intense Thund-Abramov.pdf (384.3 KB)

Tang, Long, Wu Chen, Mingli Chen, and Osei-Poku Louis. “Statistical Observation of Thunderstorm-Induced Ionospheric Gravity Waves above Low-Latitude Areas in the Northern Hemisphere.” Remote Sensing 11, no. 23 (2019): 2732.
2019-Statistical Observation of Thunderst-Tang.pdf (1.5 MB)

Won, Dong-Joon, Myoung Huh, Sangmin Lee, Usung Park, Dongwoo Yoo, and Joonwon Kim. “Capacitive‐Type Two‐Axis Accelerometer with Liquid‐Type Proof Mass.” Advanced Electronic Materials 6, no. 6 (2020): 1901265.

2020-Capacitive‐Type Two‐Axis Acceleromete-Won.pdf (2.9 MB)

Steve Arar. “Introduction to Capacitive Accelerometerss: Measuring Acceleration with Capactive Sensing,” 2021.

2021-Introduction to Capacitive Accelerom-Arar.pdf (412.5 KB)

Du, Hong. Preliminary Experimental Result of the Grand Unification Theory of Physics on Gravity, 2022.

2022-Preliminary Experimental Result of the-Du.pdf (1010.8 KB)