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Abstract

3D Euler Deconvolution is a rapid boundary and depth estimation method for magnetic and gravity data, requiring a minimum of 'a priori' assumptions regarding the geological model (Reil et al., 1990). The technique ases total field data and its three orthogonal derivatives to solve Euler's homogeneity equation for the position of a magnetization or density contrast whose potential field is detected. This technique, in general, generates 3D solutions to the location of physical property contrasts and is now widely used for the quantitative interpretation of large data sets since it returns solutions for the whole area in one pass.

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1995-05-29
2020-09-18
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