Tag Archive: Ohio

West-Central Ohio, Area C [A1055]

West-Central Ohio, Area C

Survey Size: 400 miles Flight Lines: North-South, 1/2-mile spacing Tie Lines: East-West, 5-mile spacing Elevation: 2,000 feet barometric Instrumentation: Geometrics G-803 magnetometer, 0.01 gamma Date Flown: May, 1992 Data Provided: Total Magnetic Intensity (IRGF removed) contour map Flight Path Map Reduced-To-Pole of TMI map Vertical Derivative map (optional) Horizontal Gradient (optional) Profiles, on paper (optional) …

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West-Central Ohio, Area B [A1054]

West-Central Ohio, Area B

Survey Size: 4,030 Miles Flight Lines: East-West, 4,000 ft spacing Tie Lines: North-South, 5-mile spacing Elevation: 2,000 feet barometric Instrumentation: Geometrics G-803 magnetometer, 0.01 gamma Date Flown: February, 1994 Data Provided: Total Magnetic Intensity (IRGF removed) contour map Flight Path Map Reduced-To-Pole of TMI map Vertical Derivative map (optional) Horizontal Gradient (optional) Profiles, on paper …

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West-Central Ohio, Area A [A1053]

West-Central Ohio, Area A

Survey Size: 6,600 miles Flight Lines: East-West, 1/2-mile spacing Tie Lines: North-South, 1-mile spacing Elevation: 2,000 feet barometric Instrumentation: Geometrics G-803 magnetometer, 0.01 gamma Date Flown: January, 1984 Data Provided: Total Magnetic Intensity (IRGF removed) contour map Flight Path Map Reduced-To-Pole of TMI map Vertical Derivative map (optional) Horizontal Gradient (optional) Profiles, on paper (optional) …

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Albion-Scipio Fault Trend (IN, MI, OH) [A1001]

Albion-Scipio Fault Trend (IN, MI, OH)

Survey Size: 12,100 miles Flight Lines: East-West, ½-mile spacing Tie Lines: North-South, 6-mile spacing Elevation: 2,000 feet barometric Instrumentation: Geometrics G-813 magnetometer, 0.05 gamma Date Flown: October, 1985, to February, 1986 Data Provided: Total Magnetic Intensity (IGRF removed) contour map Flight Path Map Reduced-To-Pole of TMI map Vertical Derivative map (optional) Horizontal Gradient (optional) Profiles, …

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