In order to demonstrate the growth of our knowledge of a typical Gulf Coast salt dome concurrently with development of the science of geophysics, the successive application of various techniques to the exploration of the Cameron Meadows dome is described and illustrated. These methods were: mechanical refraction seismograph (1926); torsion balance (1927); electrical refraction seismograph (1928-29); early correlation reflection seismograph (1929); dip reflection seismograph (1933); special salt profiling refraction seismograph (1942); continuous correlation reflection seismograph (1942); gravity meter (1943.)

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