On the History of Geophysical Exploration

CIM Bulletin1948
TODAY, geophysical exploration is recognized as a special science wedged between geology and mining. Universities and technical institutes have special professors teaching geophysics applied to oil and ore prospecting. The list of literature on geophysical exploration has grown from practically nothing at all some twenty-five years ago to several thousands of books, some of them very imposing volumes. Most of the methods now used have been developed since the first World War, and very large systematic exploration campaigns have been carried out in many places, in many countries.
Keywords: Air-Borne Magnetometer, Canada, iron ore, Radiore Company, Sweden, Canada, Magnetometers, Ore, Orebodies, Orebody, Ores, Prospecting, Survey, Surveys
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