ground magnetic survey

ground magnetic survey

[′grau̇nd mag¦ned·ik ′sər‚vā]
(engineering)
A determination of the magnetic field at the surface of the earth by means of ground-based instruments.
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Tenders Are Invited for Geophysical Survey Comprising Electrical Resistivity and Ground Magnetic Survey to Decipher the Lay and Disposition of the Pegmatite Body/quartz Vein at Mirmi Area,purulia District in West Bengal Within an Area of 16 Acres as Given in Annexure-i Along With Submission of Geophysical Report Document cost : INR 5000 EMD value : INR 25000 Opening date : 13 Feb 2018 Period of contract : 02 Months
The firm has completed a ground magnetic survey of the property and preliminary results have been reviewed by Phillip Thomas, the Company's Vice President of Exploration.
Perth, Australia, Sep 17, 2012 - (ABN Newswire) - Dynasty Metals Australia Limited (ASX:DMA) confirms that a planned 220 line kilometre ground magnetic survey has commenced on Dynasty's E52/2591 tenement in the Newman area.
map sheet 21A/06, just south of the Kejimkujik National Park boundary, was divided into three components: 1) bedrock and surficial mapping of the various stratigraphic units, 2) till and bedrock geochemical sampling/analysis, and 3) a detailed ground magnetic survey to accurately locate the contact between the Goldenville and Halifax formations.
Based on the initial findings and the report recommendations, the prospect warrants concurrent geochemical, geological surveys and a ground magnetic survey.
A recently completed ground magnetic survey over the Carmelita zone suggests the structure hosting the vein has a strike length of 550 m.
Previous work includes 151 line-kilometers of induced polarization, 20 drill holes (both core and reverse circulation), geological mapping and sampling (approximately 1,000 soil, rock chip and stream sediment samples) and a ground magnetic survey.
The company is testing targets identified in previous programmes and in a recent ground magnetic survey carried out to support the 2009 gravity survey.
SYDNEY -- Charter Pacific (ASX:CHF) is pleased to announce that the positive outcome of a first pass ground magnetic survey on the company's 792 Permit in Mauritania completed by SEMS Exploration in December 2011 and January 2012 has confirmed the potential for an exploration target of approximately 2.
Ten major magnetic anomalies have been identified and modeled based on the ground magnetic survey completed over the regional aeromagnetic anomaly.
SEMS will also undertake a ground gravity survey consisting of approximately 3000 sample points that will be commenced after the phase one ground magnetic survey.
Ten major magnetic anomalies have been identified and modelled based on the ground magnetic survey completed previously, most of the targets are interpreted to occur at significant depths ranging from 42m to 399m.