Issue Date: March/April 2007

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GEOSTRATA, 2007, March/April, 32-35   Since the 1940s, airborne geophysical systems have been very effective for mineral and petroleum exploration. Airborne measurements are commonly made of magnetic susceptibility, electrical conductivity, and radioelement concentration. Using these measurements, geoscientists interpret the geology, often in three dimensions. In the last 10 to 15 years, these systems have increasingly […]

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