Gravity and Magnetics

Provides a basic introduction to gravity and magnetic theory and data, with the key Earth properties that contribute to the effects, modeling and interpretation of gravity and magnetic anomalies. Examines the physical processes responsible for observed gravimetric and magnetic effects, relating them to specific geophysical, geological or geochemical features. Explains various instrument types, proper field techniques and conditions, and data reduction, correction, and processing methods. Using extensive case studies, discusses modeling, time-lapse, time-varying, depth estimation techniques, interpretation and extrapolation of both surface and borehole gravity surveys, and magnetic surveys.

Code: IHRDC_IPIMS_t38500


Duration: 10.3 hours