free-air correction (Faye correction) The correction applied to a measurement of gravity which allows for the variation of gravity with height above a reference level, usually sea level. This correction assumes there is only air between the station and the reference level, and it is 0.3086 mgal/m. See also BOUGUER CORRECTION.
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