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Abstract

Summary

In the current work we present an innovative algorithm aiming at performing complete 3D joint inversion of gravity and magnetic fields properly constrained by interpreted seismic data and geological a-priori qualitative information.

Among the main advantages of the proposed inversion, there is the fact that it would allow to estimate at the same time geometries of the main geological features and 3D distributions of density and susceptibility of the studied volume. Moreover the inversion will keep sharp variations of density and susceptibility. The proposed algorithm is tested on a simple synthetic test case obtaining promising results.

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2022-06-06
2024-02-27
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