2 edition of Gamma-ray, magnetic, and topographic data for parts of the Colorado Front Range (U.S. Geological Survey open-file report) found in the catalog.
Gamma-ray, magnetic, and topographic data for parts of the Colorado Front Range (U.S. Geological Survey open-file report)
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For the data covering the mountains of the Colorado Front Range, the flightline spacing is 1 mile ( meters) for the east-west lines and about 8 miles ( km) for the north-south tielines.
For the data covering the plains to the east of the mountains, the flightline spacing is 3 miles ( m) for the east-west lines and about 16 miles (25 Author: Duval, Joseph S.
Reed, John C. Zietz, Isadore. Gamma-ray, magnetic, and topographic data for parts of the Colorado Front Range Open-File Report By: Joseph S. Duval, J.C. Reed, and Isidore Zietz. Online link: : Description: Five geospatial grids from the NURE surveys, showing potassium.
Gamma-ray, magnetic, and topographic data for parts of the Colorado Front Range. Five geospatial grids from the NURE surveys, showing potassium, uranium, and thorium concentration, residual magnetic field, and digital elevation.
Info: High-resolution aeromagnetic survey to image shallow faults, Poncha Springs and vicinity, Chaffee county, Colorado. National geophysical data grids; gamma-ray, gravity, magnetic, and topographic data for the conterminous United States Data Series 9 By: Jeffrey D. Phillips. Average record data listings taken during aerial gamma-ray and magnetic surveys of the Grand Canyon Quadrangle in northern Arizona.
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Much of the Denver sur- vey area is over alluvia derived from the Front Range, and the aerial data and the previously mentioned ground data (Beck et al., a, a) corroborate the measurements of Phair and Gottfried (), There is no evidence to suggest that other areas of higher terrestrial radiation and comparable size to the Front.
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Intergalactic magnetic fields (IGMFs) play an important role in many astrophysical processes and may offer a new window on the cosmology in the early universe, but the size and origin of these fields are still poorly recently, only the upper limits of 10 −9 G were inferred from the observational can measure IGMFs using gamma-ray observations, for example, using Cited by: Gamma-ray spectra were taken up to 11 MeV from a wide range of samples and elemental standards while under neutron irradiation to determine the elements whose.
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Contains: 1) images, generated from geophysical data, of gamma-ray data (uranium, thorium, and potassium channels), Bouger gravity, isostatic residual gravity, aeromagnetic anomalies, topography, and bathymetry data; 2) software for displaying and analyzing images; and 3) software for displaying and examining profile data from aerial surveys.
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Space Sci Rev () – DOI /s Gamma-Ray Bursts as Sources of Strong Magnetic Fields Jonathan Granot1 Tsvi Piran2 Omer Bromberg3 Judith L. Racusin 4 Frédéric Daigne5 Received: 7 July / Accepted: 21 July / Published online: 4 August The eastern central Front Range of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado has long been a region of geologic interest because of Laramide-age hydrothermal polymetallic vein-related ores.
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Contains grids and images for parts of Colorado Front Range which were originally obtained to aid in estimation of uranium resources in the U.S.
GeoCanada the Millennium Geoscience Summit Conference CD. Duval, J.S., in press, Profiles of gamma-ray and magnetic data for aerial surveys over parts of the western United States from to degrees west longitude and 34 to 49 degrees north latitude: U.S.
Geological Survey Digital Data Series DDS. Google ScholarCited by: 6.Nuclear Instruments and Methods () North-Holland Publishing Company PRECISION MEASUREMENT OF GAMMA-RAY ENERGIES IN THE RANGE keV Hiroki KUMAHORA, Hikaru INOUE and Yasukazu YOSHIZAWA Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Hiroshima University, Hiroshima, Japan Received 19 July Energies of five gamma rays were Cited by: T.
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