Magnetic Susceptibilities and Fault Surface Anomalies. The Study of Land Magnetic Data & Interpretations
Syed Kaiser Bukhari
Syed Kaiser Bukhari, Department of Civil Engineering, National InstituteSof Technology Srinagar, (Jammu and Kashmir), India.
Manuscript received on 23 March 2019 | Revised Manuscript received on 30 March 2019 | Manuscript published on 30 March 2019 | PP: 1053-1056 | Volume-7 Issue-6, March 2019 | Retrieval Number: F2654037619/19©BEIESP
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Abstract: The aim of the study is to bring the relationship between crustal magnetism and the reflection of fault surfaces. The land magnetic surveys has been carried along the two nearly linear profiles of 11km length each at a spacing of 1km. The interpretation of data revealed the presence of two faults, thereby indicating the relevance of magnetic susceptibilities towards fault detections. The effect of diurnal variations were analyzed and their anomalous effects was eliminated by the collection and interpretation of base magnetic data. The IGRF data was also collected to analyze the variations produced by total reflective crustal magnetism. In contemporary to this, the bypass filters were applied along with the pole reduction methods to validate the results of the study.
Keywords: Crustal magnetism, Ground magnetic surveys, Total magnetic intensity, Faults.
Scope of the Article: Frequency Selective Surface