Special Issue "Applications of Gravity and Magnetics to Mineral Exploration"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 10 March 2023 | Viewed by 71
Potential field data are widely used in the search for new mineral deposits. A large number of semiautomatic interpretation techniques are used to provide initial estimates of source parameters, such as the location, depth, dip, susceptibility, etc. These initial estimates are then refined by forward and inverse modeling. As well as including case histories, this Special Issue will look at new developments of techniques in all of these areas of research.
Prof. Gordon Cooper
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- semiautomatic interpretation methods