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  • {{#category_index:M|magnetic basement}} ...in the sedimentary section might be classed as magnetic basement where the magnetic effects of deeper bodies would not be resolvable.
    677 bytes (87 words) - 23:26, 29 July 2017
  • {{#category_index:M|magnetic basement}} ...in the sedimentary section might be classed as magnetic basement where the magnetic effects of deeper bodies would not be resolvable.
    618 bytes (81 words) - 23:26, 29 July 2017
  • 409 bytes (2 words) - 23:28, 29 July 2017
  • ...udo pero no necesariamente coincide con el [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:basement|''basemento'']] geológico (ver). Generalmente excluye sedimentos magnétic
    661 bytes (97 words) - 14:01, 22 January 2021

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  • ...method, the complex ratio of electric field <b>E</b> to the perpendicular magnetic field <b>H</b>, or the inverse of the impedance tensor ''Z''.
    731 bytes (113 words) - 15:01, 23 January 2018
  • {{#category_index:B|basement}} ...es resulting from deeper contrasts are lost in the noise. <b>7. Hydrologic basement</b> is the deepest point where significant porosity exists.
    1 KB (210 words) - 12:55, 30 October 2017
  • ...th>, of a thin dike linearly <math>(N=1)</math>, for a more or less linear basement fault or dyke <math>(N=0.5)</math>, of a semi-infinite body, not at all <ma
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  • ...low sedimentary origin, often &#x003C;1 nT, seen in areas of deep magnetic basement. Possible sources include detrital magnetite, diagenetic magnetite, or othe
    440 bytes (53 words) - 14:21, 24 July 2017
  • A local anomaly caused by magnetic polarization variation wholly within the basement complex.
    224 bytes (26 words) - 04:37, 6 March 2017
  • {{#category_index:M|magnetic basement}} ...in the sedimentary section might be classed as magnetic basement where the magnetic effects of deeper bodies would not be resolvable.
    677 bytes (87 words) - 23:26, 29 July 2017
  • {{#category_index:M|magnetic interpretation methods}} ...re also interpreted, especially with high-resolution data in areas of deep basement. See also [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:automated_depth_estimation|''auto
    2 KB (240 words) - 16:18, 15 August 2017
  • {{#category_index:M|magnetic survey}} ...gnetic materials, mapping geological structure, or of determining depth to basement. Differences from the normal field are attributed to the distribution of ma
    505 bytes (69 words) - 11:11, 2 August 2017
  • Cordell, L. E. and Grauch, V. J. S., 1985, Mapping basement magnetization zones from aeromagnetic data in the ...in, New Mexico. In: Hinze, W. J., Ed., The utility of regional gravity and magnetic anomaly
    40 KB (5,282 words) - 17:45, 23 February 2016
  • ...013;5.0&#x0020;nT </td><td>20 km </td><td>5&#x2013;8 km </td></tr><tr><td>Basement structure, faults, lineations, volcanics, salt </td><td>0.5&#x2013;2.0
    876 bytes (128 words) - 16:37, 20 December 2011
  • ...uired 2D broadband seismic (by WesternGeco and PGS), including gravity and magnetic data. They are supplemented by a further 23,000km of newly reprocessed prop ==Gravity and magnetic data==
    42 KB (6,465 words) - 18:07, 15 September 2021
  • ...subsea]]) to use as a test data set for [[Dictionary:gravity|gravity]] and magnetic calculations (see image below). ...ionally the fields were calculated using varying depths to the base of the magnetic layer (15000 m, 20000 m, 30000 m and a [[Dictionary:Moho|Moho]] varying fro
    10 KB (1,437 words) - 13:36, 15 January 2016
  • ...'', Ewing, with Albert Crary and H.M. Rutherford, began tests to trace the basement rock off the coast of Virginia in an outcrop almost to the edge of the cont ...e of sediment (the tidelands where oil forms) underlain by the continental basement. The answer to Field and Bowie’s academic query didn’t, however, shake
    29 KB (4,456 words) - 10:40, 16 September 2020
  • ...the Society of Exploration Geophysicists. He has chaired SEG committees on magnetic recording, radio facilities, and cooperation with government agencies. He i ...versee the genesis of a daring research project - studying the continental basement (the region of the lower crust and upper mantle) via reflection seismology.
    23 KB (3,769 words) - 10:39, 9 April 2015
  • |[[basement]] |[[Dictionary:magnetic susceptibility|magnetic susceptibility]]
    12 KB (1,230 words) - 13:53, 9 February 2018
  • ...ay have many types of units; for example, gravitational attraction (mGal), magnetic intensity (gamma), elevation, or even times picked along marker horizons fr ...kness. Moderately long wavelengths usually are caused by variations in the basement topography. Medium to short wavelength anomalies are related closely to loc
    92 KB (14,896 words) - 17:33, 9 October 2014
  • ...tion methods]], [[ground-penetrating radar]], interdisciplinary studies, [[magnetic exploration methods]], [[mining geophysics]], [[passive seismic methods]], ...gravity inversion to estimate an overall smooth but locally discontinuous basement relief of a sedimentary basin.
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  • ...re originated by the forward motion of the continental icesheet. Thus, the basement is composed of glacial loams that consits of gravel, sand, silt and clay. T ...e setting up any measurements it was ensured that the operator was free of magnetic materials. In order to obtain precise gradiometer measurements both sensors
    8 KB (1,183 words) - 08:48, 31 August 2015
  • ...elp to emphasize edges that correspond to contrasts in acoustic impedance, magnetic susceptibility, or bulk density. Such contrasts often indicate the presence ...ing<ref>Pilkington, M., and P. Keating, 2004, Contact mapping from gridded magnetic data — A comparison of techniques: Exploration Geophysics, '''35''', no.
    11 KB (1,632 words) - 14:24, 14 September 2019
  • ...[chronostratigraphy]], on fossil content, label [[biostratigraphy]], or on magnetic properties, named [[magnetostratigraphy]].<ref name=neal /> .... For example, basement subsidence equates to relative sea-level rise, and basement uplift to relative sea-level fall. The effect of relative sea-level rise wi
    13 KB (2,056 words) - 07:44, 8 September 2015

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