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000004164 037__ $$aCTALK-2019-0108
000004164 100__ $$aVan Camp, M.
000004164 245__ $$aRepeated gravity measurements across the Rhenish massif
000004164 260__ $$c2019
000004164 269__ $$c2019-03-07
000004164 520__ $$aIn continental plate interiors, ground surface movements are at the limit of the noise level and close to or below the accuracy of current geodetic techniques. Absolute gravity measurements are valuable to quantify slow vertical movements, as this instrument is drift free and, unlike GNSS, independent of the terrestrial reference frame. Since 1996, repeated absolute gravity (AG) measurements have been performed in Oostende (Belgian coastline) and at eight stations along a southwest‐northeast profile across the Belgian Ardennes and the Roer Valley Graben Germany), in order to estimate the tectonic deformation in the area.  Since 2011 we have measured absolute gravity at Schalkenmehren and Burg Eltz, in order to monitor possible volcanic activity in the Eifel region. During this conference, we will discuss the installation of a third station around the Laacher See.
000004164 594__ $$aNO
000004164 6531_ $$aAbsolute gravimeter
000004164 6531_ $$aVolcanoes
000004164 6531_ $$aEifel
000004164 700__ $$aHinzen, K.-G.
000004164 700__ $$aCamelbeeck, T.
000004164 700__ $$aFleischer, C.
000004164 700__ $$aCastelein, S.
000004164 700__ $$aFrederick, B.
000004164 700__ $$aCaudron, C.
000004164 773__ $$tPhysics of Volcanoes 2019 
000004164 8560_ $$fmichel.vancamp@observatoire.be
000004164 85642 $$ahttps://www.uni-due.de/angewandte-botanik/pov/index.php
000004164 8564_ $$s11300285$$uhttps://publi2-as.oma.be/record/4164/files/Lecture_Laacher.pptx$$yPresentation Laacher See
000004164 906__ $$aContributed
000004164 980__ $$aCTALKCONT