Results of Multiple High-Resolution Geophysical Surveys at Yucca Mountain

@inproceedings{Majer1996ResultsOM,
  title={Results of Multiple High-Resolution Geophysical Surveys at Yucca Mountain},
  author={Ernest L. Majer and Mark A. Feighner and Leonard A. Johnson and Ki-ahm Lee and Tish Daley and Eleni Karageorgi and P. A. Parker and Timothy Alan Smith and Kimberlyn Williams and Alfonso Romero and Thomas Vincent McEvilly and Dave Ponce and Victoria E. Langenheim},
  year={1996}
}
Multiple high resolution seismic reflection, gravity, magnetic and magnetotelluric lines were acquired over and near the repository area during late 1994 and 1995. The goal was to define lithology, fault structure and fracturing to a depth of the repository horizon and below, if possible, for aiding in the overall characterization of Yucca Mountain. Initial geophysical results indicate a laterally heterogeneous faulted geologic system.