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Interpretation of aeromagnetic maps

Interpretation of aeromagnetic maps

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Published by Geological Society of America] in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Geomagnetism -- Maps.,
    • Geomagnetism -- United States -- Maps.,
    • Cartography.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 149-150

      Statementby V. Vacquier [and others.
      GenreMaps.
      ContributionsVacquier, Victor.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQC822 .I5
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 151 p.
      Number of Pages151
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6106665M
      LC Control Number52000747
      OCLC/WorldCa509521

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See, for example, the Bagdad aeromagnetic and geologic maps (Pis. 8, 9).Mineralized regions exist around the periphery of a granite body. This is reflected on the magnetic map by a low, featureless area over the granite proper with steep magnetic gradients over the flanks.

Interpretation of Aeromagnetic Maps Author(s) V. Vacquier; interpretation; magnetic methods; Maryland; North America; Oklahoma; Pennsylvania; Southwestern Alaska; surveys; techniques; United States; Worcester County Maryland; Bagdad area; Mangum area; aeromagnetic; Aeromagnetic survey; Latitude & Longitude N38°00'00" - N38°27'00", W75° Interpretation of aeromagnetic maps.

New York, Geological Society of America] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Victor Vacquier. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint of edition. Description: vii, pages charts, maps (14 folded in pocket) tables.

Maps: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Interpretation of aeromagnetic maps. New York, Geological Society of America] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Victor Vacquier.

Read the full-text online edition of Interpretation of Aeromagnetic Maps (). In this book, the idealized bodies for which anomalous total magnetic intensity is computed are prisms of infinite length with vertical sides. Results of Interpretation of Six Aeromagnetic Surveys 9.

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An e-book on Aeromagnetic Surveys: Principles, Practice and Interpretation, authored by Colin Reeves of Earthworks and published by Geosoft, is now available. This new e-book provides a useful guide for non-specialists looking to gain a better understanding of aeromagnetic surveying.

area of this aeromagnetic map (see Griscom and Bromery,for examples and references). The following geologic interpretation is organized accord­ ing to geographic and lithologic belts and generally pro­ ceeds from west to east across the area of southern New England.

Location of the specific belts is sho_wn on figure 2. SOUTHEASTERN NEW Author: D.S. Harwood, Isidore Zietz. This book is a practical manual for aeromagnetic interpretation written primarily for geologists.

As well as covering the basic physics of magnetic anomalies and chemistry of magnetisation in rocks, it features three expansively worked examples illustrating the integration of aeromagnetics and geology in terrains ranging from Archaean ‘granite-greenstone’ to Phanerozoic sedimentary basins.

with a structural interpretation that assigns the Precambrian sedimentary rock in this area to the upper plate of a major overthrust. INTRODUCTION Aeromagnetic and gravity maps of the area adjacent to Tintic Valley, Utah, were prepared as part of a con­ tinuing geophysical study.

2 Detailed Interpretation of Aeromagnetic Data from the Patagonia Mountains Area, Southeastern Arizona The Patagonia Mountains area of southeast Arizona (fig.

1) is Author: Mark W. Bultman. Aeromagnetic and gravity maps of the central Marysvale volcanic field, southwestern Utah. Maps (no data) depicting aeromagnetic and Bouguer gravity anomaly in the study area.

Report discusses rock sample density and magnetic properties, but data are buried in PDF tables. Info: Aeromagnetic data, processing, and maps of Fort Irwin and vicinity. Advanced aeromagnetic interpretations should produce structural/geological maps showing the relative timing of structural events with a focus on commodity specific exploration targeting.

This talk will outline an interpretation method with examples of final products for a series of geological terranes. Aeromagnetic map and interpretation of magnetic and gravity data, Circle Quadrangle, Alaska Open-File Report C By: J.W.

Cady and F.R. Weber. The qualitative and quantitative interpretation of the aeromagnetic data obtained for the total magnetic field reduced to the pole delineate uplifted basement areas as well as shallower blocks. Interpretation of an Aeromagnetic Survey of the Qian'an Archean Metamorphic-Rock Series in China Sun Yunsheng, D.

Strangway, W. Urquhart, and Sun Fengxing Pages: – Aeromagnetic surveys were first performed in World War II to detect submarines using a Magnetic Anomaly Detector attached to an aircraft. This method is still widely used by military maritime patrol aircraft.

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An Interpretation of the Aeromagnetic and Gravity Data and Derivative Maps of the Craig and Dixon Entrance 1-degree by 3-degree Quadrangles and the Western Edges of the Ketchikan and Prince Rupert Quadrangles, Southeastern Alaska. by: J.C. Wynn, R.P. Kucks, and D. Grybeck. Figure 3 shows a residual aeromagnetic map of an area on the north shelf of the Anadarko basin in Oklahoma where the sedimentary section is approximately km (12, ft) thick and basement lies about km (12, ft) beneath flight level.

The residual magnetic contours (a) are shown at a 2-nT interval. The interpreted shear zones are traced along the linear gradients separating the. Precambrian basement structure map of the continental United States-an interpretation of geologic and aeromagnetic data in the continental United States based on interpretation of regional aeromagnetic anomaly data of North America.

Map Related topics. Geospatial datasets, Aeromagnetic surveying, Maps and atlases, Geophysics.Aeromagnetic data over a part of Maiduguri and Environs of the Southern Chad Basin, Nigeria was analyzed. The aeromagnetic anomaly map, its qualitative and quantitative interpretation helped in identifying the nature and depth of the magnetic sources in the study region.The geological interpretation of aeromagnetic data: A geologist’s perspective.

James P. Siddorn, • Aeromagnetic interpretation should be broken down into • Geological models are a primary component of the interpretation process for producing maps.