Data and results for future geoids: Europe
Available data and previous results obtained in the field of Geodesy for the geoid determination in Europe. You can collaborate in the computation of a geoid model for any country of this continent by providing your data. If your data are valid to this computation, you will be considered as an author of this model and your name will appear in the listing of authors of this model. | |

Data and results for future geoids: Africa
Available data and previous results obtained in the field of Geodesy for the geoid determination in the African continent. You can collaborate in the computation of a geoid model for any country of this continent by providing your data. If your data are valid to this computation, you will be considered as an author of this model and your name will appear in the listing of authors of this model. | |

Data and results for future geoids: South America
Available data and previous results obtained in the field of Geodesy for the geoid determination in the American continent. You can collaborate in the computation of a geoid model for any country of this continent by providing your data. If your data are valid to this computation, you will be considered as an author of this model and your name will appear in the listing of authors of this model. | |

Data and results for future geoids: Central America
Available data and previous results obtained in the field of Geodesy for the geoid determination in the American continent. You can collaborate in the computation of a geoid model for any country of this continent by providing your data. If your data are valid to this computation, you will be considered as an author of this model and your name will appear in the listing of authors of this model. | |

Data and results for future geoids: Asia
Available data and previous results obtained in the field of Geodesy for the geoid determination in the Asian continent. You can collaborate in the computation of a geoid model for any country of this continent by providing your data. If your data are valid to this computation, you will be considered as an author of this model and your name will appear in the listing of authors of this model. | |

Bouguer anomaly maps
You can get free from this link Bouger anomaly maps developed for several regions of the world. | |

Free-air anomaly maps
You can get free from this link free-air anomaly maps developed for several regions of the world. | |

Shear velocity model of Iberia
You can get free from this link a shear velocity model of Iberia, for a depth ranging from 0 to 40 km. For each depth range, an ASCII file contains a matrix with 41 rows and 81 columns. This file is compressed into another ZIP file. The first row of the above-mentioned matrix corresponds to the latitude of 34ºN, the last row corresponds to the latitude of 44ºN. The first column of this matrix corresponds to the longitude of 12ºW and the last column corresponds to the longitude of 8ºE. | |

Shear velocity model of the Sinai Peninsula
You can get free from this link a shear velocity model of the Sinai Peninsula, for a depth ranging from 0 to 45 km. For each depth range, an ASCII file contains a matrix with 51 rows and 51 columns. This file is compressed into another ZIP file. The first row of the above-mentioned matrix corresponds to the latitude of 27ºN, the last row corresponds to the latitude of 36ºN. The first column of this matrix corresponds to the longitude of 27ºE and the last column corresponds to the longitude of 36ºE. | |

Shear velocity model of South America
You can get free from this link a shear velocity model of South America, for a depth ranging from 0 to 400 km. For each depth range, an ASCII file contains a matrix with 81 rows and 56 columns. This file is compressed into another ZIP file. The first row of the above-mentioned matrix corresponds to the latitude of 60ºS, the last row corresponds to the latitude of 20ºN. The first column of this matrix corresponds to the longitude of 85ºW and the last column corresponds to the longitude of 30ºW. | |

Shear velocity model of Africa
You can get free from this link a shear velocity model of Africa, for a depth ranging from 0 to 500 km. For each depth range, an ASCII file contains a matrix with 76 rows and 81 columns. This file is compressed into another ZIP file. The first row of the above-mentioned matrix corresponds to the latitude of 35ºS, the last row corresponds to the latitude of 40ºN. The first column of this matrix corresponds to the longitude of 20ºW and the last column corresponds to the longitude of 60ºE. | |

Shear velocity model of Australia
You can get free from this link a shear velocity model of Australia, for a depth ranging from 0 to 400 km. For each depth range, an ASCII file contains a matrix with 46 rows and 51 columns. This file is compressed into another ZIP file. The first row of the above-mentioned matrix corresponds to the latitude of 45ºS, the last row corresponds to the latitude of 0ºS. The first column of this matrix corresponds to the longitude of 110ºE and the last column corresponds to the longitude of 160ºE. | |

Shear velocity model of Antarctica
You can get free from this link a shear velocity model of Antarctica, for a depth ranging from 0 to 400 km. For each depth range, an ASCII file contains a matrix with 81 rows and 81 columns. This file is compressed into another ZIP file. The first row of the above-mentioned matrix corresponds to the y coordinate -0.51, the last row corresponds to the y coordinate 0.51. The first column of this matrix corresponds to the x coordinate -0.51 and the last column corresponds to the x coordinate 0.51. In a general stereographic polar projection. | |

Shear velocity model of Greenland
You can get free from this link a shear velocity model of Greenland, for a depth ranging from 0 to 350 km. For each depth range, an ASCII file contains a matrix with 51 rows and 41 columns. This file is compressed into another ZIP file. The first row of the above-mentioned matrix corresponds to the y coordinate -0.55, the last row corresponds to the y coordinate -0.05. The first column of this matrix corresponds to the x coordinate -0.15 and the last column corresponds to the x coordinate 0.25. In a general stereographic polar projection rotated 45º towards the west. |