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Volume 26 Number 3
  • E-ISSN: 1365-2478

Abstract

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The conventional methods of magnetic interpretation consider in general the induced magnetization only. However, in a computer oriented inverse method, the direction of magnetization can be taken as arbitrary. Following this procedure, this study aims to present a realistic interpretation of an aeromagnetic anomaly from Chitaldrug Schist belt (Mysore, India) assuming a three‐dimensional configuration of the causative source possessing remanent magnetization. It further provides the direction of remanent magnetization of the source rock as obtained from the analysis of the magnetic anomaly. The total intensity map obtained delineates the surface and sub‐surface structures in the region and provides informations regarding the characteristics of primordial crust.

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