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On the location and examination of magnetic ore deposits by magnetometric measurements

Eugene Emil Felix Richard Haanel

On the location and examination of magnetic ore deposits by magnetometric measurements

by Eugene Emil Felix Richard Haanel

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Published by Department of the Interior in Ottawa, Ont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ironores.,
  • Magnetic measurements.

  • Edition Notes

    1

    Statementby Eugene Haanel.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTN271.I7 H33
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 132 p. :
    Number of Pages132
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19732867M

    Thalen's "The Examination of Iron Ore Deposits by Magnetic Measurements", published in , was the first scientific treatise describing this practical use. Magnetic anomaly detectors employed to detect submarines during World War II harnessed the fluxgate magnetometer, an inexpensive and easy to use technology developed in the s by Victor. in exploration geophysics in the search for ore deposits. Because of its use as a navigation tool, the study of the magnetic field has a very long history, and probably goes back to the 12 C when it was first exploited by the Chinese. It was not until that Gilbert postulated that the Earth is, in fact, a .

    Magnetic methods are generally used to map the location and size of ferrous objects. Determination of the applicability of the magnetics method should be done by an experienced engineering geophysicist. The Earth's magnetic field dominates most magnetic measurements made at or near the surface of the Earth. The Earth's total field intensity. Compare the magnetic field of the Earth to the magnetic field of a bar magnet using words and diagrams. Solution not yet available Explain the difference between the geographical north pole and the magnetic north pole of the Earth.

    Start studying Quiz: Magnets and Magnetic Fields. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. Suppose a magnetic field of T is applied to an area within a circular loop of wire. The strength of the field is then increased to T. Its direction at each location is the same direction. veying) discussed in this book, measurements within 1 The principles and limitations of geophysical exploration methods. being able to survey areas where ground access is difficult for locating buried magnetite ore bodies because of their high magnetic susceptibility. Similarly, seismic or elec-.


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On the location and examination of magnetic ore deposits by magnetometric measurements. Ottawa, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Canada. Mines Branch () OCLC Number: Notes: At head of title: Department of the interior, Hon.

Clifford Sifton, minister. Get this from a library. On the location and examination of magnetic ore deposits by magnetometric measurements. [Eugene Haanel; Canada. Department of the Interior.]. On the location and examination of magnetic ore deposits by magnetometric measurements.

Author Canada. Mines Branch () Published On the location and examination of magnetic ore deposits by magnetometric measurements / By Canada. Dept. of the Interior. Mining Lands Branch.

and Eugene Haanel. Abstract. At head of title: Department of the interior, Hon. Clifford Sifton, minister."Read at the Annual meeting of the Canadian Mining Institute ".Mode of access.

By Canada. Mines Branch () and Eugene Emil Felix Richard Haanel. On the Location and Examination of Magnetic Ore Deposits, by Magnetometric Measurements. [Department of the Interior, Ottawa, Can., ]-HAEHL, H.

L., AND ARNOLD, RALPH. The Miocene Diabase of the Santa Cruz Mountains in San Mateo County, Cal.-HARKER, ALFRED. The Tertiary Igneous Rocks of Skye, with Notes by C. Geophysical exploration using measurements of the earth's magnetic field was employed earlier than any other geophysical technique.

von Werde located deposits of ore by mapping variations in the magnetic field in InThalen published the first geophysical manuscript entitled The Examination of Iron Ore Deposits by Magnetic Measurements. Magnetic anomalies may be related to primary igneous or sedimentary processes that establish the magnetic mineralogy, or they may be related to secondary alteration that either introduces or removes magnetic minerals.

In mineral exploration and its geoenvironmental considerations, the secondary effects in rocks that host ore deposits. Often overlooked is the influence the earth’s magnetic field has on magnetic measurements.

We are enveloped in a magnetic field that can vary in strength and direction from a horizontal field of 30 μT at the equator to a vertical field of 70 μT at the magnetic poles.

Locally, the field appears uniform in strength and direction overFile Size: KB. Magnetic resonance techniques The nuclear magnetic resonance technique is considered as the primary standard for calibration. It is frequently used, not only for calibration purposes, but also for high precision field mapping.

The method was first used in [4,5] for measurements of the nuclear magnetic moment in molecular beams.

More details about the magnetic susceptibility of geological materials (and remanent magnetization) are given in a separate AGLO resource about magnetic susceptibility. Typical problems where magnetics is useful Geologic mapping using ground or airborne magnetic data.

Ore body characterization (location, depth, volume, mineral composition). A more detailed examination of the regional gravity and aeromagnetic data of the southern part of the Captains Flat-Goulburn Synclinorial Zone revealed an apparent association of gravity highs with the major volcanogenic sulphide deposits.

Measurements of magnetic susceptibility and natural gamma radiation on core samples and in drill holes. Sampling and estimation of ore deposits, (Washington, U.S.

Govt. Print. Off., ), by Charles Freeman Jackson and John Ballantine Knaebel (page images at HathiTrust) On the location and examination of magnetic ore deposits by magnetometric measurements [electronic resource] / (Ottawa: Dept.

of the Interior, ), by Eugene Haanel and Canada. Canada. Dept. of the Interior: On the location and examination of magnetic ore deposits by magnetometric measurements [electronic resource] / (Ottawa: Dept.

of the Interior, ), also by Eugene Haanel (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Canada. Dept. of the Interior: Pamphlets on Canada. () (page images at HathiTrust; US.

Dublin January 2 Further Reading: • David Jiles Introduction to Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, Chapman and Hall ; A detailed introduction, written in a question and answer format.

• Stephen Blundell Magnetism in Condensed Matter, Oxford A new book File Size: KB. Earth’s Magnetic Field Heat is also being transferred from the solid inner core to the liquid outer core, and this leads to convection of the liquid iron of the outer core.

Because iron is a metal and conducts electricity (even when molten), its motion generates a magnetic : Steven Earle. Ground magnetic and electrical resistivity survey were undertaken to investigate the occurrence and geometry of iron ore deposit around Tajimi village, Lokoja, North-Central Nigeria.16th century, when the first measurements of declination where made.

The first documented measurement of declination in Norway was made in by Willem Barentz. The scientific exploration of the earth’s magnetic fi eld started with the Englishman William M. Gilbert’s book, “De Magnete”, published in (see figure ).Hydrothermal gold deposits (epithermal, Carlin-type, and orogenic) have accounted for >75% of lode-gold production.

Although these deposits form in distinctly different geologic settings and by.