Building gravity and magnetics technology and practicing the art of interpretation is a collaborative effort. It involves individuals across the industry. These resources are part of the way we try to contribute.
While some of the information will be rudimentary to practicing exploration professionals, we hope it will provide non-technical executives and students with a useful grounding. At the same time, much of the information is of a technical professional nature and is aimed at professionals.
Please let us know what you find useful and what you need. For example, we encourage individuals to suggest additional words or phrases for inclusion in our GLOSSARY OF GRAVITY AND MAGNETICS TERMS.
IGC personnel participate in professional dialog conducted through industry publications. We also produce our own series of topical monographs, Footnotes on Interpretation. For your convenience we’ve indexed these several ways on our PUBLICATIONS page.
Professionals may find this “science timeline” interesting. TIMELINE
This is a glossary of technical terms that appear in this website and in professional publications. They are intended for readers not versed in potential fields terminology or for those readers interested in a review of terms as used by IGC. We encourage our friends to help us add words you think are important. GLOSSARY
Outsourcing your gravity and magnetics and interpretations can be an effective cost-control tool. Here are some tips from IGC on what it takes to make it work potential pitfalls exploration organizations should avoid in reliance on out-of-house services. -more-
Additional resources from other organizations. -more-