Interpretation of Dip Needle Surveys

CIM Bulletin1938
BECAUSE of its simplicity, the dip needle is widely used for locating magnetic rock formations in drift-covered areas. Although it responds only to strong magnetic disturbances, it has the advantage that surveys with it can be carried out rapidly, at relatively low cost, by untrained operators.
Keywords: diabase, dip, earth magnetic field, magnetite, formation, Iron formation, Magnets, Materials, North, Profiles, Rock, Rocks, Survey, Surveys
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