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Space geodesy monitors mass transports in global geophysical fluids

Bibliographic reference Chao, Ben F. ; Dehant, Véronique ; Gross, R. S. ; Ray, R. D. ; Salstein, D. A. ; et. al. Space geodesy monitors mass transports in global geophysical fluids. In: E O S, Vol. 81, no.22, p. 247 (2000)
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