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Airborne Gravity Survey
EnvironmentalMitigation This is a non-invasive, passive geophysical technique. The primary environmental impact is associated with fuel usage of the aircraft.  +
EstimatedCostHighUSD 93,322 centUSD (0.933 kUSD, 9.3322e-4 MUSD, 9.3322e-7 TUSD)  +
EstimatedCostLowUSD 8,689 centUSD (0.0869 kUSD, 8.689e-5 MUSD, 8.689e-8 TUSD)  +
EstimatedCostMedianUSD 27,417 centUSD (0.274 kUSD, 2.7417e-4 MUSD, 2.7417e-7 TUSD)  +
EstimatedTimeHigh 3.143 years (27,552.001 hours, 1,148 days, 164 weeks, 37.717 months)  +
EstimatedTimeLow 0.0767 years (672 hours, 28 days, 4 weeks, 0.92 months)  +
EstimatedTimeMedian 0.715 years (6,271.44 hours, 261.31 days, 37.33 weeks, 8.585 months)  +
ExplorationCostPerMetric mile  +
ExplorationGroup Geophysical Techniques +
ExplorationSubGroup Gravity Techniques +
ExplorationTimePerMetric job  +
HydroInfo Density of sedimentary rocks are strongly
Density of sedimentary rocks are strongly influenced by fluid contained within pore space. Dry bulk density refers to the rock with no moisture, while the wet bulk density accounts for water saturation; fluid content may alter density by up to 30%.(Sharma, 1997)
alter density by up to 30%.(Sharma, 1997)  +
LithologyInfo Distribution of density in the subsurface enables inference of rock type.  +
Name Airborne Gravity Survey  +
OpenEI/PageDescription About Airborne Gravity Survey, a geothermal exploration technique, including areas of use.  +
OpenEI/PageKeyword geothermal  + , exploration  + , techniques  + , Airborne Gravity Survey  + , areas  +
PhysicalProperties The physical property of interest is the g
The physical property of interest is the gravity gradient, which is the rate of change of the gravitational field in a determined direction. For example, the vertical gravity gradient is the change in the gravity vector with depth in the z-direction. The unit of measurement for the gravity gradient is the Eotvos, equivalent to 10-4 mGal/m. <br><br>Also, see [[Ground Gravity Survey]].
br>Also, see [[Ground Gravity Survey]].  +
StratInfo Delineation of steeply dipping formations, geological discontinuities and faults, intrusions and the deposition of silicates due to hydrothermal activity.  +
ThermalInfo Determination of potential heat source of the system related to the low density signature of molten intrusions. (Bruhn, 2010)  +
TypeOf Gravity Techniques +
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Categories Exploration Techniques , Geothermal , Gravity Techniques , Airborne Gravity Survey
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