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|Series||Annales Academiae Scientiarum Fennicae. Series A. III: Geologica-geographica, 83, Annales Academiae Scientiarum Fennicae., 83.|
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solution of a geodetic boundary value problem in Himalayas. Introduction A detailed knowledge and analysis of the Earth’s gravity eld is one of the main tasks of geodesy and it has been of interest of many researchers and working groups.
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It is a specialized application of several familiar facets of basic mathematical and physical concepts. In practice, geodesy uses the principles of mathematics, astronomy and physics, and applies them within the capabilities of modern engineering and technology.
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Geodesy is the science of measuring and monitoring the size and shape of the Earth. Geodesists basically assign addresses to points all over the Earth. If you were to stick pins in a model of the Earth and then give each of those pins an address, then you would be doing what a geodesist does.
By looking at the height, angles, and distances between these locations, geodesists.