The magnetic geophysical technique is used to localised variations in the Earth’s magnetic field caused sub-surface magnetic materials, which range from naturally occurring magnetic minerals to man-made ferrous objects. The magnetic method is a non-invasive geophysical method.
This allows sub-surface geology to be mapped to reveal geological structure and mineral potential. Its applications range from archaeology and engineering surveys to detect buried metallic objects to surveys dedicated to regional geological investigation and mapping.
The shape, dimensions, and amplitude of an induced magnetic anomaly is a function of the orientation, geometry, size, depth, and magnetic susceptibility of the body as well as the intensity and inclination of the earth's magnetic field in the survey area.
Common applications include:
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