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Tilt-Depth Method for Anomalies Depth Determination from Magnetic Data

Ahmad Alvandi

Abstract


Magnetic anomalies depth determination techniques can significantly decrease the interpretation workload of a geophysicist and are widely used. In this paper, I use from Tilt-Depth method to provide information about the nature of the source from Magnetic survey. The method is tested using theoretical data and field model from Iran.


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Tilt Angle; Tilt-Depth; Depth; Anomaly; Magnetic Data

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ag.v0i0.1292

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