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Magnetic anomalies of shallow sedimentary origin, often &#x003C;1 nT, seen in areas of deep magnetic basement. Possible sources include detrital magnetite, diagenetic magnetite, or other minerals possibly related to hydrocarbon microseepage, salt or anhydrite diamagnetism, or fault mineralization.
 
Magnetic anomalies of shallow sedimentary origin, often &#x003C;1 nT, seen in areas of deep magnetic basement. Possible sources include detrital magnetite, diagenetic magnetite, or other minerals possibly related to hydrocarbon microseepage, salt or anhydrite diamagnetism, or fault mineralization.
 
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Magnetic anomalies of shallow sedimentary origin, often <1 nT, seen in areas of deep magnetic basement. Possible sources include detrital magnetite, diagenetic magnetite, or other minerals possibly related to hydrocarbon microseepage, salt or anhydrite diamagnetism, or fault mineralization.