Acquisition and Processing of a Detailed Aeromagnetic Survey Glass Buttes, Oregon

Abstract
Using an ultra-light aircraft, a high-resolution aeromagnetic survey was carried out over Ormat Nevada's Glass Buttes project area in Oregon. Survey operations were completed on May 25, 2010.

Average terrain clearance was 223 meters from the sensor. A total of 1,352 line-miles of aeromagnetic data were acquired. Processed survey data includes a total magnetic intensity map, reduced to pole (TMI) map, horizontal gradient (RTP) map, tilt derivative (RTP) map, and a horizontal gradient map of the tilt derivative grid.
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DOE Project Name: Merging High-Resoultion Geophysical and Geochemical Surveys to Reduce Risk at Glass Buttes, Oregon
DOE Project Number: EE0002836
DOE Project Lead: Mike Weathers
DOI: 10.15121/1495420
Last Updated: 8 months ago
May
2010
Data from May, 2010
Submitted Oct 3, 2016

Ormat Nevada Inc

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geothermal, oregon, aeromagnetic, magnetic survey, aeromagnetics, geophysics, horizontal gradient, RTP, tilt derivative, magnetic anomaly, TMI, OR, survey map, location map, survey lines, magnetic anomaly map, total magnetic intensity, reduction to pole, magnetics, Glass Buttes, reduced to pole, report, map

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