Volume 27 Number 4
  • E-ISSN: 1365-2478



A general treatment of end corrections in gravity and magnetic modeling is presented. The well‐known 2‐D formulae of Talwani and Talwani and Heirtzler become slightly changed to represent a 2 1/2–D body, i.e. a body of polygonal cross section with the tails In the strike direction cut off.


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