Gravity and magnetic data have been widely used to interpret features in the Earth’s lithosphere. These data can be used to identify natural hazards (e.g., faults and intrusions), to explore for natural resources (e.g., water, petroleum, minerals, and geothermal), and to study crustal-scale structures for understanding the tectonic development of a region. This special section collates examples of recent methodological advances and interesting case studies of the use of these data for exploration purposes. Collectively, the papers in this special section combine approaches ranging from prospect-scale targeting to regional-scale exploration, and including techniques such as manual and automated interpretation, image...
Introduction| November 18, 2014
Introduction to special section: Interpretation and integration of gravity and magnetic data
- Share Icon Share
- Search Site
Ran Zhang, Rao Yalamanchili, Alan Aitken; Introduction to special section: Interpretation and integration of gravity and magnetic data. Interpretation ; 2 (4): SJi. doi: https://doi.org/10.1190/INT2014-1007-SPSEINTRO.1
Download citation file: