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An automatic program for the interpretation of two-dimensional gravity and magnetic anomalies

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Published
**1985**
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey, Open-File Services Section, Branch of Distribution in Menlo Park, Calif, Denver, Colo
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Written in English

- Gravity anomalies -- Computer programs.,
- Magnetic anomalies -- Computer programs.

**Edition Notes**

Statement | by Alexander Wagini ; prepared in cooperation with the Nevada Operations Office, U.S. Department of Energy (Interagency Agreement DE-AI08-78ET44802). |

Series | Open-file report -- 85-377., Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 85-377. |

Contributions | United States. Dept. of Energy. Nevada Operations Office., Geological Survey (U.S.) |

The Physical Object | |
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Format | Microform |

Pagination | 1 v. |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL17669792M |

interpretation of magnetic anomalies of various components. Ofoegbu and Mohan () performed 3D Hilbert transform in the interpretation of aeromagnetic anomalies. The interpretation procedure given by Mohan et al. () was used in this study. The application of the power spectrum method to potential field data was proposed. An automatic program for the interpretation of two-dimensional gravity Alexander Wagini Not In Library Magnetic anomalies, Gravity, Maps, Measurement . R. Uspenskiĭ, 2 books Gregory Blaine Mohl, 2 books Anthony B Watts, 2 books S. V. Prot͡saenko, 2 books Olivier Vidal, 1 book J. D. Hendricks, 1 book Jeffrey S. Loen, 1 book Don R.

The EAGE announced the availability of a new e-book in the EAGE Bookshop: Advances in Gravity and Magnetic Processing and Interpretation written by J. Derek Fairhead.. The book comprehensively covers the role that gravity and magnetic methods play in exploration and focuses on recent developments of how local phase derivatives are being used in both processing and interpretation. magnetic or gravity anomaly data and produces a plan view of inferred boundaries of magnetic or gravity sources. The method applies to both local surveys and to continent-wide compilations of magnetic and gravity data (e.g., Zietz, ; Simpson et .

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This automatic inversion program for the interpretation of two-dimensional gravity and magnetic anomalies has been developed mainly in support of the US Geological Survey`s effort to characterize potential radioactive-waste storage sites at the Nevada Test Site, Nevada.

AN AUTOMATIC PROGRAM FOR THE INTERPRETATION OF TWO-DIMENSIONAL GRAVITY AND MAGNETIC ANOMALIES by ALEXANDER WAGINI Open-File Report Prepared in cooperation with the Nevada Operations Office U. Department of Energy (Interagency Agreement DE-AIET)Author: Alexander Wagini.

Get this from a library. An automatic program for the interpretation of two-dimensional gravity and magnetic anomalies. [Alexander Wagini; United States. Department of Energy.

Nevada Operations Office.; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Direct methods for the interpretation of gravity and magnetic field anomalies have been developed and applied to interpret marine geophysical surveys of the Caribbean eastern margin and the Sierra Leone continental shelf.

The gravity interpretation programs compute, under certain constraints to remove inherent ambiguity, the space form of the body producing a specified gravity. The magnetic and gravity field produced by a given homogeneous source are related through Poisson's equation.

Starting from this consideration, it is shown that some 2D interpretation tools, widely applied in the analysis of aeromagnetic data, can also be used for the interpretation of gravity gradiometric data (vertical gradient).

Automatic determination of the magnetization–density ratio and magnetization inclination from the joint interpretation of 2D gravity and magnetic anomalies the Poisson conditions), this theorem provides suitable relationships between the gravity and magnetic anomalies that are useful in interpreting the related data sets.

In such Cited by: 8. Three-dimensional interpretation of magnetic and gravity anomalies using the finite-difference similarity transform Geophysics Automatic determination of the magnetization–density ratio and magnetization inclination from the joint interpretation of 2D gravity and magnetic anomaliesCited by: Fourier transforms of the theoretical gravity effect due to a two-dimensional asymmetrical triangular prism have been derived.

Evaluation of the parameters from the analysis of the Fourier Spectra Interpretation of the gravity effect due to two-dimensional asymmetrical triangular prism by fourier transforms | SpringerLinkAuthor: S. Sengupta. The magnetic volume INVERSE METHODS A N D M A G N E T I C A N D G R A V I T Y ANOMALIES fl fi fn Magnetic layer F I G.

Model for the interpretation of a two-dimensional magnetic or gravity anomaly Ai (i= 1 to n) in terms of an equivalent layer subdivided into m volume by: Thus, magnetic data interpretation can be a useful way to investigate the deepest and often the most fundamental structure of a basin.

Gravity anomalies originate from any subsurface density contrast.e.g. intrusions, faults, basin boundaries, salt diapirs, etc.

The quantitative interpretation of magnetic anomalies aims at finding out the location, depth, dip, size, and susceptibility contrast of causative geological sources. In this paper an easy method of interpreting magnetic anomalies over simple geometric shapes of dyke, sheet and vertical step has been proposed by using the easily recognisable characteristic positions on the magnetic Cited by: 3.

AUTOMATIC METHODS FOR THE INTERPRETATION CF GRAVITY AND MAGNETIC FIELD ANOMALIES AND THEIR APPLICATION TO MARINE GEOPHYSICAL SURVEYS. A Thesis submitted for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the University of Durham.

Gerald John Laving University College September, mi turn 3 MAR Silt Hypermag is an interactive, two and two-and-one-half dimensional forward modeling program for gravity and magnetic data (Fig. The 2D calculations are based on the standard Talwani algorithm (Talwani and others, ); the 2D gravity equations areCited by: This book results from over 40 years of teaching the subject at post graduate (Masters) level to geophysical exploration geoscientists.

It provides an insight into the acquisition, advanced processing and interpretation of gravity and magnetic data used in today’s oil and mineral exploration industries.

Interpretation of gravity and magnetic anomalies in space and frequency domains I. Radhakrishna Murthy, D. Mishra Association of Exploration Geophysics, - Gravity anomalies - pages. The theory is then applied to the interpretation of gravity and magnetic anomalies, drawing on examples from modern geophysical literature.

Topics explored include regional and global fields, forward modeling, inverse methods, depth-to-source estimation, ideal bodies, analytical continuation, and spectral s: 1. Abstract. Either the magnetic anomaly or the horizontal gradient of gravity, if plotted against its Hilbert transform and then joined by a smooth curve, the relation figure is obtained.

Properties of relation figures for some two-dimensional sources of simple geometry are shown to be useful in distinguishing the source geometry Cited by: 5. This automatic inversion program for the interpretation of two-dimensional gravity and magnetic anomalies has been developed mainly in support of the U.S.

Geological Survey's effort to characterize potential radioactive-waste storage sites at the Nevada Test Site, Nevada.

This effort. This paper develops an automatic method for interpretation of magnetic data using derivatives of the analytic signal. A linear equation is derived to provide source location parameters of a 2D magnetic body without a priori information about the nature of the source.

Then using the source location parameters, the nature of the source can be by: The interpretation of a gravity anomaly in terms of the shape of the anomalous body is a non‐linear problem and may, therefore, be carried out using non‐linear optimisation techniques.

The formulation is extended to include cases where the density contrast and the regional background are also by:. Three-dimensional interpretation of magnetic and gravity anomalies using the ﬁnite-difference similarity transform Daniela Gerovska1, Marcos J.

Araúzo-Bravo2, Kathryn Whaler1, Petar Stavrev3, and Alan Reid4 ABSTRACT We present an automatic procedure for interpretation of mag.Fig.

3 shows magnetic anomalies from three dykes, with the causative magnetic bodies superimposed on the results from running Euldep. The dykes are two dimensional, i.e.

their strike direction is orthogonal to that of the profile, and are of infinite strike extent. For a shallowly buried ribbon-like source the strike length should be at least 20 times the source width for this criteria Cited by: ZondGM2D new software for 2D gravity and magnetic survey combines the features of two predecessors ZondMag2D and ZondPGM.

The program is designed for two-dimensional multiprofile interpretation of gravity and magnetic land/boreholes/aero data. ZondGM2d is a ready solution for the interpretation of gravity and magnetic survey data, and presents a .