3 edition of Relation of an airborne magnetic profile to the geology along the Kansas-Nebraska border found in the catalog.
Relation of an airborne magnetic profile to the geology along the Kansas-Nebraska border
Daniel Francis Merriam
in Lawrence, Kan
Written in English
|Statement||by Danile F. Merriam and William W. Hambleton.|
|Series||University of Kansas publications, Kansas. State Geological Survey. Bulletin 119, pt. 7. Reports of studies, 1956, pt. 7, Bulletin (Kansas Geological Survey) ;, 119, pt. 7.|
|Contributions||Hambleton, William W. 1921- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QE113 .A2 no. 119, pt. 7|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||266|
|LC Control Number||gs 57000188|
Subsurface relations of the Cretaceous and Tertiary in western Nebraska (Open file report / Nebraska Geological Survey) [DeGraw, Harold Marlon] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Subsurface relations of the Cretaceous and Tertiary in western Nebraska (Open file report / Nebraska Geological Survey)Author: Harold Marlon DeGraw. Relation of Magnetic and Aeromagnetic Profiles to Geology The magnetic susceptibility of most rocks is directly proportional to their content of such ferromagnetic minerals as magnetite, ilmenite, pyrrhotite, and franklinite (Jakosky, , p. ).
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An airborne magnetic profile made in is shown in relation to the stratigraphy and structure along the Kansas-Nebraska state line. Rocks ranging in age from Precambrian to Recent are present, and the magnetic profile crosses several major structural provinces, including the Hugoton embayment, Cambridge arch, Salina basin, Nemaha anticline, and Forest City basin.
Get this from a library. Relation of an airborne magnetic profile to the geology along the Kansas-Nebraska border. [Daniel Francis Merriam; William W Hambleton]. relation of an airborne magnetic profile to the geology along the kansas—nebraska border danŒl f. and william w. hambleton state geological survey of kansas, bulletinpart 7 uÑwersrrŸ of kansas publications lawrence, kansas Geology and Ground-water Resources of Reno County, Kansas, by C.K.
Bayne. Published in BulletinPart 7 Relation of an Airborne Magnetic Profile to the Geology along the Kansas-Nebraska Border, by Daniel F. Merriam and William W. Hambleton. Published in BulletinPart 6. Geothermal exploration using airborne gravity and magnetic data at Siwa Oasis, Western Desert, Egypt.
Siwa Oasis is a part of the greatest northern depression in the Egyptian Western Desert, located just 50km east of the Libyan border. Inset shows details of a highly magnetic anomaly zone due to alteration of sedimentary cover surrounding the Singo granite antiform (S). Note also anomalies due to the younger ring dyke swarm cutting the Singo granite.
To the west, the Nagasongola discontinuity is inferred to continue along the northern border Author: Tapio Ruotoistenmäki. SP data were collected along 7 profiles at 10 m station interval with approximate profile separation of m. The anomalies of possible ore bodies were found at depth of about 18–25 m using.
Airborne magnetic profile on Mount Yamaska. The magnetic signature represented by this main SSE-NNW profile is characteristic of the Monteregian Hills. 30S The multiplicity of the positive segment of the AM anomaly has two possible explanations: (1) Heterogeneity of the lithology; each lithology being characterized by its own magnetic Cited by: 5.
Because the original data obtained by digitizing the profiles do not correspond to the total magnetic field, a regional field was calculated for each profile and subtracted from the original data.
The resultant data were compiled to produce a map with an altitude of Cited by: Airborne magnetic data and Landsat imagery, as well as time-domain electromagnetic soundings, were used to assess groundwater potential of the region around the town of Mafikeng in North West. Geophysical data in the form of airborne gravity and magnetic maps as well as drill-hole data were used to achieve the objectives of the study.
2D interactive sequential modeling of aerogravity and aeromagnetic data was done along some selected profiles with constraints of the existing deep drill-holes at the study by: 2.
Sandstone and Youanmi airborne magnetic and radiometric survey, Western Australia / The geology of the Cape Scott, Port Keats, Fergusson River and Delamere sheet areas, Northern Territory. / Wells and footage drilled for petroleum exploration and development in Australia and the Territory of Papua and New Guinea.
Geological Interpretation of Airborne Magnetic Surveys - 40 Years On Boyd, D. , Isles, D.  _____ 1 Emeritus Professor of Geophysics, The University of Adelaide 2 Director, Mineral Deposits Limited ABSTRACT Regional a irborne magnetic surveys have been a key start point for resource exploration and development programs since the The WAC stabilised tectonically after the last main phase of the Eburnean orogeny at ca.
Ma (Schlueter,Petters, ).The WAC is surrounded entirely by Pan-African Mobile Belts (Fig. 1a; Ennih and Liégeois, ).Among these is the Trans-Saharan mobile belt (of which the Dahomeyide Orogen is a part; Black et al.,Black et al.,Affaton et al.,Attoh and Nude, Author: Daniel Kwayisi, Jeremie Lehmann, Marlina Elburg.
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Ridgway, Jeffrey M. Trop, Jonathan M.G. Glen, J. Michael O'Neill. The Western Desert of Egypt is comprised of various extensive depressions, which form inhabited oases. The Siwa Oasis is located in the far west of Egypt, approximately 50 km east of the Libyan border, sitting approximately 18 m below sea level and stretching for more than 50 km from the East to the West ().Several studies provide insight into the structure geology and hydrogeology of the Cited by: The modelling of magnetic data for scaling distribution of sources leads to an improved method of interpreting the magnetic data known as the scaling spectral method.
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Geology. Merriam and Hambleton () have discussed the geology along the northern border of Kansas in relation to Jensen's () magnetic profile. Rocks ranging in age from Precambrian to Recent are present in the geologic column, but only sedimentary rocks of Pennsylvanian to Recent age crop out along the flight path.
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The geology of the basin is mostly known from outcrops along road cuts. The first detailed lithostratigraphic description has been by by Adeleye and Dessauvagie More recent updates (See Table 1) have been published by Agyingi (, ), Braide (), Ojo and Akandeand Akande et al.
().Airborne electromagnetic and total intensity magnetic profiles in the vicinity of the Haile, Brewer, and Blackmon Mines, Lancaster, Chesterfield, and Kershaw Counties, South Carolina Open-File.
An Integrated Geophysical and Geological Interpretation of the Southern African Lithosphere Target selection from airborne magnetic and radiometric data in the Steinhausen area, Namibia. (a) Comparison of electrical conductivity structures and 2D magnetic model along two profiles crossing the Beattie Magnetic Anomaly, South Africa Cited by: 1.