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Free air correction (gravity) is correct! Since you have to pay to use the air pump, the "free air" sign apparently should be "corrected". So the answer is "Free-air Correction". It's a term used in gravity data reduction for the compensation of altitude.
Finally, all answers are out!
For the second one, combined with GuyM's answer, you got it right!
Vs is the conventional notation for shear wave (secondary wave) velocity. With modeling going on in the fashion show, the answer is "Shear Wave Velocity Modeling". For shear wave velocity modeling, multichannel analysis of surface waves (MASW) has becoming more and more popular for geotechnical investigations.
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