Isostatic anomaly

Gravity anomaly corrected for the effects of low-density rocks underlying mountains.
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Gravity map and data of the eastern half of the Big Bear Lake 100,000 scale quadrangle, California and analysis of the depths of several basins.

An isostatic residual gravity map of the Big Bear Lake 100,000 scale quadrangle, California was prepared and then this data set used with other information to compute the configuration of several ground water basins. Basin thickness maps were then prepare

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Isostatic Gravity Map of the Death Valley Ground-Water Model Area, Nevada and California

An isostatic gravity map of the Death Valley groundwater model area was prepared from over 40,0000 gravity stations as part of an interagency effort by the U.S. Geological Survey and the U.S. Department of Energy to help characterize the geology and hydro

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Isostatic gravity map of Yukon Flats, east-central Alaska

An isostatic gravity map of Yukon Flats at a scale of 1:500,000 was prepared using all know publicly available gravity data. The data were gridded at 0.25 x 0.25 km interval and contoured at 5 mGal interval. The principal facts (gravity measurements and s

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Isostatic gravity map of the Los Angeles 30 x 60 minute quadrangle, California

Gravity data were compiled, collected, and edited to produce an isostatic gravity map of the Los Angeles 30 x 60 minute quadrangle, California. This record focuses primarily on the principal facts, that is, gravity observations, and the corrections made

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Map Showing Depth to Pre-Cenozoic Basement in the Death Valley Ground-Water Model Area, Nevada and California

A depth to basement map of the Death Valley groundwater model area was prepared using over 40,0000 gravity stations as part of an interagency effort by the U.S. Geological Survey and the U.S. Department of Energy to help characterize the geology and hydro

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Principal Facts for Gravity Stations in the Vicinity of San Bernardino, Southern California

New gravity measurements in the vicinity of San Bernardino, California were collected to help define the characteristics of the Rialto-Colton fault. The data were processed using standard reduction formulas and parameters. Rock properties such as lithol

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