Network Effect in Geocentre Motion
Geocentre motion is the motion of the centre of mass of the Earth system with respect to the geometric centre of figure of the solid Earth surface because of the continual deformation of the Earth by geophysical processes. This motion is important both in theory and in practice to understand and interpret various mass transport phenomena and their consequences, such as sea level rise, postseismic relaxation, polar ice melting, and glacial...[Show more]
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