Computer Applications in the Earth Sciences: An Update of by John C. Griffiths (auth.), Daniel F. Merriam (eds.)

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Because of the continuing advancement of geophysical and geochemical methods which produce systematic data, it is tempting to base quantitative resource appraisals on these measurements only. However, this would seem to be a risky procedure. Although certain types of mineral deposits may have direct geophysical signatures - as, for example, radiometric measurements for uranium and thorium, aeromagnetic responses for iron deposits, and airborne electromagnetic methods for massive sulphide deposits the inherent difficulties in interpreting such signatures directly in terms of economic concentrations of minerals are well known.

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Miner. v. 64. p. 902-905. , 1973, APL in exposition: IBM Tech. Rept. 320-3010 (Available from APL Press), 61 p. P. Sharp Assoc. , An APL Users Heeting, Proceedings, p. 281-297. , 1979, Computer Corner: Computers & Geosciences, v. 5, no. 2, p. 273-275. P. Sharp Assoc. , An APL Users Conference, Proceedings, p. 544-574. , 1968, Computer programs for automatic contouring: Kansas Geol. Survey Computer Contr. 23, 75 p. , 1977, Fragments of the earth's continental lithosphere: Endeavour, New Ser. 1, no.

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