Abstract

Our country's urgent need to find new sources for minerals and energy and its need to know more about the planet on which we live could be greatly assisted by preparation of a national magnetic anomaly map (NMAM)—a map which will provide an accurate representation of the earth's anomalous magnetic field. It is startling to note that the U.S. is one of the few developed countries which has not commissioned a detailed airborne magnetic survey of the whole country, followed by production of a national magnetic anomaly map.

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