THE DETERMINATION OF THE LONG DIMENSION OF CONDUCTING ORE BODIES**Manuscript received by the Editor March 28, 1955.
Geophysics (1956) 21 (2): 470-477.
April 01, 1956
A. R. Clark; THE DETERMINATION OF THE LONG DIMENSION OF CONDUCTING ORE BODIES. Geophysics ; 21 (2): 470–477. doi: https://doi.org/10.1190/1.1438249*
Manuscript received by the Editor March 28, 1955.
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