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《Chinese Journal of Geophysics》 1991-01
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BAROMETRIC PRESSURE VARIATIONS AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON THE CRUST'S DEFORMATIONS AND WATER LEVEL IN DEEP WELL

Du PIN-REN(Institute of Geology, State Seismological Bureau, Beijing 100029)  
The detailed structure of spectrum of atmospheric tides is obtained by the spectral analysis-and harmonic analysis from the microbarograph records in 1984 and 1985 years in Ta-Yuan region in Beijing. Substituting load Love numbers for tidal Love numbers and following relative formula of earth tides, the expressions of crustal strain and tilt resulted from atmospheric tides are derived. Using the tidal water level data in Ta-Yuan well in conjunction with barometric data in situ, the influence of barometric pressure variations on water level in the well is analysed. The results of theoretic calculation are basically consistent with that analysed observations, especially, both results give that cubic dilatation of the crust produced by the atmospheric S2 tide is about 20 per cent of S2 tidal cubic dilatation.
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