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Interpretation of an aeromagnetic survey of Indiana

John R. Henderson

Interpretation of an aeromagnetic survey of Indiana

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Published by U.S. Government Printing Office in Washington, DC .
Written in English

  • Geomagnetism -- Indiana.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby John R. Henderson, Jr., and Isidore Zietz.
    SeriesU.S. Geological Survey professional paper -- 316-B, Geophysical field investigations
    ContributionsZietz, Isidore, 1919-, Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 19-37 p. :
    Number of Pages37
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20592120M

    The data are not digitally recoverable. A digital aeromagnetic survey was flown in three parts during (U.S. Geological Survey, ), covering all of the land and much of the water of the Craig-Dixon Entrance area, and has been merged and compiled into one map with derivative products as . 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.   Airborne geophysical survey: Aeromagnetic surveys of Tennessee and Kentucky Metadata Updated: March 7, Aeromagnetic data were collected along flight lines by instruments in an aircraft that recorded magnetic-field values and locations. This dataset presents latitude, longitude, altitude, and magnetic-field values. V. J. S. ("Tien") Grauch received a BA () in geology from Carleton College and a PhD () in geophysics from Colorado School of Mines. She has been employed by the U. S. Geological Survey in Denver, Colorado since , where she is currently a senior research geophysicist.

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An aeromagnetic survey over part of the Chignik and Sutwik Island quadrangles, on the southern Alaska Peninsula, was flown in as part of the Alaska mineral resource assessment program (AMRAP).

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The interpretations are based on correlations with mapped surface geology by R. Powell, reproduced here from Powell and others (), as a base for the aeromagnetic data. The Eagle Mountains Wilderness Study Area consists. The Aeromagnetic Data and Its Analysis ] Aeromagnetic data analyzed in this study were taken from a relatively detailed survey!conducted by the USGS in The survey replaces a previous USGS survey described by Meuschke et al ().

That survey consisted of north-south lines at one mile spacing and. High resolution aeromagnetic maps reflect the underlying geology regardless of the degree of exposure in the map area. These maps are invaluable for exploration in offshore, desert or rainforest environments.

Moreover, they play such an important role in interpreting structures and rock type distribution that high resolution magnetometer surveying can truly be called a basic, universal. Assessment of the quality of existing aeromagnetic surveys for the United States, with rank 1 indicating the best quality and rank 5 indicating the worst.

The map results from the ranking scheme applied to each public aeromagnetic survey by Eric Anderson, Ben Drenth, V. Grauch, Anne McCafferty, Anji Shah, and Dan Scheirer of the USGS. Digital aeromagnetic and gravity data were taken from magnetic tapes owned by the Minnesota Geological Survey.

Aeromagnetic Data The high-resolution aeromagnetic survey used in this study was flown inand consists of flight lines oriented south. Our aeromagnetic survey experience dates back to when Aero Service performed geophysical experiments for the USGS.

using the soon to be declassified ASQ-8 submarine dector. In the following years, these former Aero Service personnel continued their involvement in aeromagnetics as techniques and equipment evolved. aeromagnetic data to provide a comprehensive geological assessment of a base metal project area in a poorly exposed, complex metamorphic terrain and Corner and Wisher() integrated aeromagnetic and gravity data with known geology to compile an enlightening solid geological interpretation of the Witwatersrand Basin.

An aeromagnetic survey (AMS) is an airborne geophysical survey performed using a magnetometer aboard or towed behind an aircraft. A magnetometer is an instrument used to measure the magnetic field.

Aeromagnetic surveys are probably one of the most common types of airborne geophysical surveys.Precambrian basement structure map of the continental United States, an interpretation of geologic and aeromagnetic data / by: Sims, P.

K. Published: () Precambrian crystalline basement map of Idaho, an interpretation of aeromagnetic anomalies by: Sims, P. K. Published: ().The aeromagnetic survey results also bring OUt several important facts which affect the interpretation of airborne or seaborne magnetic surveys over seamounts, guyots, and similar oceanic volcanic features.

It has been common practice to assume that the magnetic field asso­ ciated with a .