|Series||Ontario. Geological Survey. Map 60 097|
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|Pagination||1 sheet ; scale 1:50 000|
|Number of Pages||50|
A marine magnetic survey is the measurement of Earth's magnetic field intensity or its components (such as vertical component) along a series of profiles over an area of interest with the objective of measuring the magnetism of the ocean floor. Ontario Geological Survey (OGS). a. Airborne magnetic and electromagnetic surveys, first vertical derivative of the magnetic field and Keating coefficients, Timiskaming area – purchased data. Ontario Geological Survey, Map 60 (revised), scale Google ScholarCited by: 2. PETROPHYSICAL DATA COUPLED WITH AIRBORNE MAGNETIC, CONDUCTIVE AND RADIOMETRIC SIGNATURES IDENTIFYING BEDROCK CONDUCTORS Meri-Liisa Airo, Geological Survey of Finland, P.O. FI Espoo. The study area is included in the airborne magnetic survey that covers the Eastern Desert of Egypt conducted between by . The purpose of the survey was to provide data, which would be of assistance in identifying and assessing the mineral, petroleum and ground water sources of the region and subsequently stimulate interest for further.
l Township, Ontario. Magnetic and VLF-electromagnetic data was collected by the airborne division of H. Ferderber Geophysics Ltd. The survey was flown from a base at Val d'Or, Quebec. A l total of miles of data was collected, along north-south flight lines. g The magnetic survey . airborne magnetic -survey in that identified several potential high-value anomalies on the property. Location and Access The property is accessible from New Liskeard, Ontario, via Highway 65 to the Hudson/ Lundy Townships (Twin Lakes) area, then . Book - Results of Regional Till Sampling in the Cobalt– New Liskeard–Englehart Areas, Northern Ontario. Publication Number: OFR Date: Author: Gao, C. Publisher Name: OGS. Reference Location: Online. Aerial Survey - Airborne Magnetic and Electromagnetic Surveys, Total Magnetic Field, Temiskaming Area. Report on the Magnetic Isoclinal and Isodynamic Lines in the British Islands. from the 8th Report, Brit. Assoc. for the Advancement of Science AMAG AND GRAVITY INTERPRETATION COMPLETED FOR THE FRASER.
magnetic and VLF-electromagnetic data was collected by the airborne division of H. Ferderber Geophysics Ltd. The survey was flown from a base at Val d'Or, Quebec. A total of miles of data was collected. The purpose of the magnetic and VLF-electromagnetic surveys was to collect data that outlines the positions of contacts. The terrain clearance was at a constant height of m. The present study is concerned with a rectangular area whose length and width are km and km, respectively. The airborne coverage of this area comprised about line-km of total magnetic intensity and gamma-ray spectrometry data. The present study aimed to develop an integrated approach that utilized field geology, remote sensing and airborne magnetic data to identify the Quaternary aquifers impounded by dykes and explain the dykes/lineaments relationship and their effects on the storage and flow of the groundwater of Sadiyah sub-basin, lower part of Wadi Yalamlam basin, Western Arabian Shield, Saudi Arabia. Geophysical anomaly maps covering Sweden extracted from geophysical databases at the Geological Survey of Sweden. (a) Magnetic total field after subtraction of the geomagnetic reference field (DGRF ). (b) Bouguer gravity field. The white lines on each map show the boundaries between the different geological units discussed in this chapter.