2 edition of Remote-reference magnetotelluric survey Nevada test site and vicinity, Nevada and California found in the catalog.
Remote-reference magnetotelluric survey Nevada test site and vicinity, Nevada and California
Robert B. Furgerson
|Statement||by Robert B. Furgerson, with an introduction by D.B. Hoover ; prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey for Nevada Operations Office, U.S. Department of Energy.|
|Series||Open-file report -- 82-465., Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 82-465.|
|Contributions||Hoover, Donald B., 1930-, Geological Survey (U.S.), United States. Dept. of Energy. Nevada Operations Office.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ca. 150 p. :|
|Number of Pages||150|
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Department of Energy. Nevada Operations Office.]. ON STUDIES OF UNDERGROUND NUCLEAR TEST SITES AND ON WASTE MANAGEMENT STUDIES AT THE NEVADA TEST SITE AND THE WASTE ISOLATION PILOT PLANT SITE, NEW MEXICO, JANUARY 1 TO DECEM By V. Glanzman This bibliography lists reports by personnel of the U.S.
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department of energyAuthor: V.M. Glanzman. NWPO-TR Technical Remote-reference magnetotelluric survey Nevada test site and vicinity Two-dimensional steady-state model of ground-water flow, Nevada Test Site and vicinity, Nevada - California, by Richard K. Waddell - USGS WRIOctoberby M. Campana, 11 p.; Library.
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The telluric-magnetotelluric method uses magnetotelluric measurements at the base site, but only telluric measurements at remote sites. A magnetotelluric survey, with a reference magnetometer.
A km-long broadband and long-period (, s periods) magnetotelluric (MT) line along latitude /2 degrees N spans from the California-Nevada border at. An induced polarization survey was conducted at Roosevelt Hot Springs, using the dipole-dipole array.
The survey consisted of two profile lines, one across the southern end of the system (N) and another across the northern portion (N). A total of 15 line-km of profiles was run, with m and m dipoles out to n spacings of 4 to 6. The Archean–Mesoproterozoic Gawler Craton (Daly et al., ; Hand et al., ) and the Meso–Neoproterozoic Musgrave Province (Wade et al., ; Close, ) are adjacent basement terranes in central Australia whose shared margin represents a key structural feature associated with the convergence of the Proterozoic North and South Australian Cratons Author: Alicia Pollett, Stephan Thiel, Betina Bendall, Tom Raimondo, Martin Hand.
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Berktold_VictoriaReview_GS_pdf - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. Here we present newly acquired broadband ( - 3, s) magnetotelluric (MT) data from a large-scale ( x km) and high resolution (site spacing > 5 km) survey across the Hangai Dome.
A total of sites were collected and include full MT sites and telluric-only sites where inter-station transfer functions were computed. ELECTRICAL METHODS IN GEOPHYSICAL PROSPECTING in which k~ is the wave number of air, k2 the wave number of the earth, 8 i the angle of incidence, and el the angle of transmission relative to the vertical.
l When k2 % k in () then 8t = 0 and this always holds at an air-earth interface when displacement currents are by: 1. SP survey was undertaken in the spring of and extended in the spring of The completedsurvey includes line-km (, line-ft) of profiles for an 11 km2 (4 mi2) area.
Survey results showthree major SP minima ofand mV, and three broad maxima of about 2, 30, and 51 mVwhich may be (in part) dipolar highs of the minima.
Borehole strain meters are being fabricated for testing in the field at the Nevada Test Site. The borehole strain meters will be operated alongside seismometers and other geophysical instrumentation in underground locations where weapons test and tunneling operations will generate rock strains over an extreme band of frequencies and amplitudes.
The Camp Elliott curve represents data from a Southern California site about 20 km from the West Coast. Thermal acceleration energy for several assumed seismometers is shown by the horizontal solid lines, and a proposed frequency plot of an earthquake with a surface wave magnitude of 3 at 60" epicentral distance is included to show the relation.