Gravity surveying and processing in difficult terrain: Greens Creek Mine, Alaska

@inproceedings{Jorgensen2000GravitySA,
  title={Gravity surveying and processing in difficult terrain: Greens Creek Mine, Alaska},
  author={Clark Jorgensen},
  year={2000}
}
I performed a gravity survey on Admiralty Island in Southeastern Alaska looking for massive sulfides. The survey was conducted for Kennecott Minerals Greens Creek Mining Company to map any possible extension of the present works to the south and on three exploration targets in areas of geologic interest. Admiralty Island is characterized by very steep topography, muskeg, and poor topographic information. Despite these obstacles, good quality data were achieved by careful data acquisition and… CONTINUE READING

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