A new concept in Euler deconvolution of isolated gravity anomalies

@inproceedings{Roy2000ANC,
  title={A new concept in Euler deconvolution of isolated gravity anomalies},
  author={Roy and M. Agarwal and Shaw},
  year={2000}
}
Euler's homogeneity equation has been used to develop a new technique to interpret the gravity anomalies over some simple geometrical sources, namely a finite horizontal line/vertical line, a finite vertical ribbon, a semicircular dome/basin and an isosceles triangle approximating an anticline/syncline. A linear over-determined system of equations has been solved to compute the depth, the horizontal location and the structural index, all treated as free parameters. The concept of a variable… CONTINUE READING

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