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Polar Charts for Calculating Aeromagnetic Anomalies of Three-Dimensional Bodies

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R. G. Henderson
R. G. Henderson
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Alphonso Wilson
Alphonso Wilson
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Published:
January 01, 1967

Abstract

Polar charts have been constructed for seven inclinations of the earth’s magnetic field for use in calculating total-intensity anomalies of three-dimensional bodies of arbitrary shape. Starting with a semi-infinite body, the explanation progresses cumulatively, treating finally a laminated body of finite dimensions. The chart at magnetic inclination 7 = 90 is simply a solid angle chart and can be used for calculating gravity anomalies. Examples are given of applications to observed anomalies.

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Mining Geophysics Volume II, Theory

Don A. Hansen
Don A. Hansen
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Walter E. Heinrichs, Jr.
Walter E. Heinrichs, Jr.
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Ralph C. Holmer
Ralph C. Holmer
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Robert E. MacDougall
Robert E. MacDougall
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George R. Rogers
George R. Rogers
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John S. Sumner
John S. Sumner
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Stanley H. Ward
Stanley H. Ward
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Society of Exploration Geophysicists
ISBN electronic:
9781560802716
Publication date:
January 01, 1967

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