Major technological advances have been made in the last few years in gravity resolution for many acquisition systems currently available for exploration. These advances have resulted from better instrumentation, better use of DGPS, and better processing methods. This in turn led to a renaissance in the use of gravity in modern multidisciplined, cost-effective oil and mineral exploration. The aim of this article is to show how gravity resolution has improved with time rather than how improved resolution is being used to investigate and map subsurface density structures.

Resolution is the ability to separate two features that are very close together....

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