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Local anomalies prominent in aeromagnetic surveys



Local anomalies prominent in aeromagnetic surveys



Geophysical and Geochemical Exploration 10(2): 135-139



Based on the experience gained in the last few years, the author holds the opinion that, of the numerous methods designed to make local anomalies prominent, the most effective ones are methods of residual anomaly and that of horizontal derivative. Some examples are given to illustrate these two methods and their effectiveness.

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