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- adv. In a geodetic manner
- adv. With regard to geodesy
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a geodetic manner; according to geodesy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a geodetic manner; in accordance with the principles of geodesy.
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His main concept is that many ancient sites - the pyramids of Mexico and Egypt, the temple of Angkor Wat, the Yonaguni stuctures in the Pacific, and megaliths in Bolivia and Peru are geodetically situated to guide us to a “lost civilization or ‘invisible college’ of astronomer-priests”.
The shape of the earth can now be observed geodetically, and it accords with calculation, but the observations are extremely delicate; in
In addition these geodetically determined points must be attached on.
Ongoing development will permit standard geo-tagged photos to be used as input and allow generation of geodetically referenced 3D Synths which can be quantitatively analyzed and combined with other geospatial products.
Owing to their location at the plate interface, temporal correlation with geodetically measured slow-slip events and dominant shear wave energy, tremor observations in southwest Japan have been interpreted as a superposition of many low-frequency earthquakes that represent slip on a fault surface