dot chart A semi-circular, transparent overlay with points proportional to the distance from a central point. It is used to determine potential effects, particularly for assisting in calculating the topographic correction in gravity surveys. The elevation and density are determined for each point and assumed to be typical for the area immediately surrounding the point.
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