An SI unit measuring magnetic flux. 1 weber = 1 tesla-m2 = 105 gauss-m2 = 109 gamma-m2 = 109 nT-m2
The total magnetic intensity anomaly field (TI) is the resultant field after correcting TF, the total magnetic (observed) field for a regional gradient field, such as an IGRF.
Networks or grids of values which model geologic surfaces represented by surfaces of density (gravity) or susceptibility (magnetics) contrast. The output of a forward model is the combined calculated gravity or magnetic effect of the specified input surfaces. See also Inverse Modeling.
An SI unit measuring magnetic flux density. 1 tesla = 109 nanotesla. A cgs unit for stating the magnitude of the magnetic field vector B represented by the number of lines of induction passing through a unit area perpendicular to the vector direction. 1 tesla = 109 gamma = 108 lines/m2 = 1 weber/m2 = 109 nanotesla
A measure of the degree to which a substance may be magnetized. It is a ratio k of the intensity of magnetization I to the causative magnetic field H. It is typically expressed in micro cgs units for oil and gas exploration work. Susceptibility has been shown to be proportional to the volume percentage of magnetite contained in a rock. Susceptibility contrast is the susceptibility [...]
A gravity or magnetic structural model is a 2D or 2½D density and/or susceptibility model of given or assumed geology. The geology of an area can be modeled by representing lithologic layers as equi-density and/or equi-susceptibility layers and/or blocks. The layers are formed by contrast boundaries, which may or may not correspond to specific geologic formation boundaries. Where high density or susceptibility contrasts exist in [...]
The Euler deconvolution and Half-Slope Method techniques use first-order derivatives to determine magnetically-based depth estimations for idealized targets, such as sphere, cylinder, thin dike, contact edge. Each of these targets is characterized by a specific structural index (N)
A domain is where a mathematical function (the independent and dependent variables x and y and maybe z and perhaps more) exists. In the space domain, distance (1 if by profile, 2 if by map measured in perhaps feet, kilometers, degrees, seconds, etc.) is the independent variable and some quantity (milligals, gammas, density, seismic amplitude, etc.) is the dependent variable. See also: Frequency Domain. [...]