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Universal gravitational constant G667 x 10 11 Nm kg 2 2 EPS 122 Lecture 14 Gravity and isostasy Theory of gravity Gravitational potential Definition The gravitational potential V due to a point mass m at a distance r from m is the work done by th

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Universal gravitational constant G667 x 10 11 Nm kg 2 2 EPS 122 Lecture 14 Gravity and isostasy Theory of gravity Gravitational potential Definition The gravitational potential V due to a point mass m at a distance r from m is the work done by th ID: 6462 Download Pdf

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Chapter 9. Isostasy: The Concept of Floating Blocks. Isostasy = the concept that large topographic features effectively float on the asthenosphere. Iso. = same – stasis = standstill. Involves a state of constant pressure at any point.

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