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    Canada - Grid Spacing: 2km - Airborne Gravity - Observed

    The Canadian Gravity Anomaly Data Base consists of approximately 660 000 gravity observations, including 165 000 on land, acquired between 1944 and the present. The data spacing ranges from less than 1 km to over 20 km, with an average spacing between 5 and 10 km. All measurements were reduced to...
    Organization:
    Natural Resources Canada
    Resource Formats:
    • WMS
    • ZIP
  • Federal

    Canada - Grid Spacing: 2km - Airborne Gravity - Free Air

    The Canadian Gravity Anomaly Data Base consists of approximately 660 000 gravity observations, including 165 000 on land, acquired between 1944 and the present. The data spacing ranges from less than 1 km to over 20 km, with an average spacing between 5 and 10 km. All measurements were reduced to...
    Organization:
    Natural Resources Canada
    Resource Formats:
    • WMS
    • ZIP
  • Federal

    Canada - Grid Spacing: 2km - Airborne Gravity - Bouguer

    The Canadian Gravity Anomaly Data Base consists of approximately 660 000 gravity observations, including 165 000 on land, acquired between 1944 and the present. The data spacing ranges from less than 1 km to over 20 km, with an average spacing between 5 and 10 km. All measurements were reduced to...
    Organization:
    Natural Resources Canada
    Resource Formats:
    • WMS
    • ZIP
  • Federal

    ExTech IV; Line 14; 2D seismic reflection

    High resolution and regional multichannel seismic reflection profiling were conducted in 2000 in the Athabasca Basin under the auspices of the EXTECH-IV Athabasca Multidisciplinary Uranium Studies Project.
    Organization:
    Natural Resources Canada
    Resource Formats:
    • other
    • HTML
  • Federal

    ExTech IV; Line B; 2D seismic reflection

    High resolution and regional multichannel seismic reflection profiling were conducted in 2000 in the Athabasca Basin under the auspices of the EXTECH-IV Athabasca Multidisciplinary Uranium Studies Project.
    Organization:
    Natural Resources Canada
    Resource Formats:
    • other
    • HTML
  • Federal

    Norman West 98; VSPs 126-526; vertical seismic profile

    Borehole seismic field tests were conducted over a sub-economic massive sulphide deposits located in Norman West, Ontario to assess the usefulness of this technique for the exploration of base metal deposits. The field tests were conducted by the Downhole Seismic Imaging (DSI) consortium.
    Organization:
    Natural Resources Canada
    Resource Formats:
    • other
    • HTML
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