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Abstract

Euler deconvolution is a semi-automatic interpretation technique that is widely used to provide initial estimates of<br>source locations from aeromagnetic data. Mushayandebvu et al (2001) developed an extended Euler deconvolution<br>that estimated both the dip and susceptibility of thin dyke and contact models.

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2005-09-14
2021-01-22
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