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Gravity data were collected from 2006 through 2015 to assist in mapping subsurface geology in the southern San Luis Basin, northern New Mexico. This data release provides principal facts for 566 new gravity stations that were acquired to fill in gaps in the existing public gravity data coverage.
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Gravity data were collected from 2016 through 2018 to assist in mapping subsurface geology in northeastern Iowa. This data release provides principal facts for 1080 new gravity stations that were acquired to supplement existing public gravity data coverage. References cited: Blakely, R.J., 1995, Potential Theory in Gravity and Magnetic Applications, Cambridge University Press, 441 p. International Association of Geodesy, 1971, Geodetic reference system 1967: International Association of Geodesy Special Publication No. 3, 116 p. Morelli, C., ed., 1974, the International gravity standardization net 1971: International Association of Geodesy Special Publication no.4, 194 p. Plouff, Donald, 1977, Preliminary documentation...
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Gravity data were collected during three separate campaigns during July of 2013, August and September of 2014, and September and October of 2020 at 168 sites on and around the Stillwater layered mafic complex in southern Montana. Measurements were taken with Lacoste & Romberg G-64, G-550, and G-161 gravimeters and reduced to obtain the complete Bouguer anomaly, with reference ties to absolute base stations at U.S. Post Offices in Spokane, Washington (2014), Billings (2013-2014) and Livingston (2020), Montana. This data release includes principal facts for 168 new gravity stations and shapefiles with field locations.
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The U.S. Geological Survey collected ground gravity data as part of a helicopter reconnaissance campaign of the Democrat Creek alkaline complex and Deer Peak quadrangle in the Wet Mountains, Colorado. A total of 60 measurements were collected using a LaCoste and Romberg gravity meter. High accuracy geographic coordinates and elevations were collected using a survey grade Leica GS16 differential GPS system. These data supplement existing public gravity data to aid in the interpretation of a newly collected, high-resolution airborne magnetic survey (Grauch et al., 2023). Grauch, V.J.S., Anderson, E.D., Brown, P.J., and Allen Langhans, A.D., 2023, Airborne magnetic and radiometric survey of the Wet Mountains and surrounding...
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This dataset contains gravity data collected in the Northwest Geysers and surrounding area in Northern California.
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Gravity data were collected from 2016 through 2019 to assist in mapping surface and subsurface geology in the central Upper Peninsula of Michigan and in neighboring northeastern Wisconsin. This data release provides principal facts for 1536 new gravity stations that were acquired to supplement existing public gravity data coverage.
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Gravity data were collected in August of 2019 at 21 sites on and around Iliamna Volcano and Anchorage, Alaska. Measurements were taken with a Lacoste & Romberg G-161 meter and reduced to obtain the complete Bouguer anomaly. A total of 39 magnetic susceptibility measurements were taken at 13 locations using a ZH Instruments SM30 susceptibility meter. This data release includes susceptibility measurements, processed gravity data, shapefiles with field locations, and site photos.
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Gravity data were collected in 2016 and 2017 to assist in mapping subsurface geology in and around the eastern Adirondack highlands, northern New York, which host numerous iron-oxide apatite deposits. Many of these deposits contain rare-earth elements, which are considered a critical mineral resource. This data release provides principal facts for 189 new gravity stations that were acquired to fill in gaps in the existing public gravity data coverage.
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The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) collected gravity data in the Wet Mountains, CO from September 2021 to July 2022 to compliment newly collected airborne magnetic data for surface and subsurface geologic mapping. A total of 261 measurements were collected across two Ediacaran-Ordovician alkaline complexes (Gem Park and McClure Mountain) and gabbroic outcrops suspected Ediacaran-Ordovician in age. These data supplement existing public gravity data to aid the subsurface interpretation of mapped and concealed Ediacaran-Ordovician alkaline intrusions related to rare earth element (REE) mineralization.


    map background search result map search result map Principal facts of gravity data in the southern San Luis Basin, northern New Mexico Principal facts of regional gravity data in northeast Iowa Principal facts of gravity data collected in and around the eastern Adirondack highlands, northern New York Gravity data of the Hinkley area, southern California Gravity Data Bouguer gravity and magnetic susceptibility measurements at Iliamna Volcano, Alaska 2019 Principal facts of regional gravity data in the central Upper Peninsula, Michigan, and northeastern Wisconsin Principal facts of gravity data from the Stillwater Complex, Montana, 2013-2014 and 2020 Gravity data of the Russian River watershed, northern California Gravity data in the Wet Mountains area, southcentral Colorado, 2021 to 2022 Gravity data in the Wet Mountains area, southcentral Colorado, 2023 Gravity data of the Hinkley area, southern California Gravity data in the Wet Mountains area, southcentral Colorado, 2023 Principal facts of gravity data collected in and around the eastern Adirondack highlands, northern New York Gravity data of the Russian River watershed, northern California Gravity data in the Wet Mountains area, southcentral Colorado, 2021 to 2022 Gravity Data Principal facts of gravity data in the southern San Luis Basin, northern New Mexico Principal facts of regional gravity data in northeast Iowa Principal facts of regional gravity data in the central Upper Peninsula, Michigan, and northeastern Wisconsin Principal facts of gravity data from the Stillwater Complex, Montana, 2013-2014 and 2020 Bouguer gravity and magnetic susceptibility measurements at Iliamna Volcano, Alaska 2019