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Publication List Using "aeromagnetic surveys"

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  Aeromagnetic Anomaly Ground Check for Kimberlite Exposures in the Precambrian Shield
(Energy and Resources) Slimmon,W.L. Part of the Summary volume.; 1990
  Aeromagnetic Survey of Southern Saskatchewan
(Energy and Resources) Dumont,R.;Gent,M.R.;Ross,G.M.;Stone,P.E.;Tod,J. Part of the Summary volume.; 1995
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  Geological Report 102: Regional Correlation of Geological and Geophysical Data in the Reindeer Lake Area, Northern Saskatchewan (Maps with accompanying notes and bibliography) by R.G. Agarwal - 1968
(Energy and Resources) Agarwal,R.G. 4 pages. Aeromagnetic 102A, 1:253,440, with Geological Map 102B as a transparent overlay.; 1968
  Geological Report 132: The Geology of the Dufferin Lake Area (West Half), Saskatchewan by R.H. Wallis - 1970
(Energy and Resources) Wallis,R.H. 9 pages, 6 tables, 8 plates, 7 figures. Geological Map 132A, 1:63,360, in pocket.; 1970
  Geological Report 137: The Geology of the Hidden Bay Area, Saskatchewan by R.H. Wallis - 1971
(Energy and Resources) Wallis,R.H. 74 pages, 11 tables, 12 plates, 18 figures. Geological Map 137A, 1:63,360, and a compilation (by B.P. Scott and R.H. Wallis) geological map, 1:126,720, of all or parts of 64E-5,-12,-13, 64L-3,-4, 74H-8, -9 in pocket.; 1971
  Geological Report 124: A Gravity Investigation of the Stony Rapids Area, Northern Saskatchewan by R.G. Agarwal & E.R. Kanasewich - 1968
(Energy and Resources) Agarwal,R.G.;Kanasewich,E.R. 42 pages, 13 figures (3 in pocket).; 1968
  Geological Report 261: The Geology and PGE Potential of the Peter Lake Domain, Saskatchewan by R.O. Maxeiner, J.E. Campbell, N. Rayner, W.L Slimmon, K. Ford, D. Corrigan, L. Heaman & L. Hulbert - 2011
(Energy and Resources) R.O. Maxeiner, J.E. Campbell, N. Rayner, W.L. Slimmon, K. Ford, D. Corrigan, L. Heaman, and L. Hulbert - 2011. This report presents results of a multidisciplinary project and includes components of bedrock and surficial mapping, geochronology, metallogeny, geochemistry and geophysics, including high-resolution, fixed-wing airborne gamma-ray spectrometric and total field magnetic surveys. The report, figures and tables are available here for download; for a copy of the complete data set, contact Deirdre O'Donohoe at (306) 798-4212 or by email at deirdre.odonohoe@gov.sk.ca. Thank you.
  Geological Report 56: The Geology of the Otter Lake Area (East Half), Saskatchewan by W.A. Padgham - 1963
(Energy and Resources) Padgham,W.A. 51 pages, 10 plates, 2 figures. Geological Map 56A, 1:63,360 and Aeromagnetic Map 56B (transparent overlay) in pocket.; See also Summary of Investigations 1981, Map 4.; 1963
  Geological Report 63: Interpretation of Aeromagnetic Data in West Central Saskatchewan and East Central Alberta by R.G. Agarwal - 1960
(Energy and Resources) Agarwal,R.G. 19 pages, 1 table, 4 figures, 3 maps: Plate 1, Aeromagnetic Map (including basement lithology); Plate 2, Theoretical Structure Map of the Precambrian Surface; Plate 3, Correlation of Magnetic Data with Known Geology.; Plates 1 and 2 cover NTS areas 73J-W., K, L, M, N, O, W. and 83I, P, and are at a scale of 1:506,880; Plate 3 covers NTS Area 73P-15 and is at a scale of 1:63,360, in pocket.; 1960
  Geological Report 75: Regional Correlation of Geological and Geophysical Data in the Lake Athabasca Area, Northern Saskatchewan (Maps with accompanying notes and bibliography) by R.G. Agarwal - 1962
(Energy and Resources) Agarwal,R.G. 4 pages. Aeromagnetic Map 75A, 1:253,440, with Geological Map 75B as a transparent overlay.; 1962
  Geological Report 82: Regional Correlation of Geological and Geophysical Data in the Wollaston Lake Area, Northern Saskatchewan by R.G. Agarwal - 1965
(Energy and Resources) Agarwal,R.G. (Maps with accompanying notes and bibliography) 4 pages. Aeromagnetic Map 82A, 1:253,440, with Geological Map 82B as a transparent overlay.; 1965
  Geological Report 91: The Geology of the Ena Lake Area (East Half), Saskatchewan by F. Koster - 1965
(Energy and Resources) Koster,F. 31 pages, 2 plates, 1 figure. Geological Map 91A, 1:63,360 in pocket.; 1965
  Geological Report 94: Regional Correlation of Geological and Geophysical Data in the Cree Lake Area, Northern Saskatchewan by R.G. Agarwal - 1965
(Energy and Resources) Agarwal,R.G. (Maps with accompanying notes and bibliography) 4 pages. Aeromagnetic Map 94A, 1:253,440, with Geological Map 94B as a transparent overlay.; 1965
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  Industry-Government Aeromagnetic Survey of Southern Saskatchewan
(Energy and Resources) Gent,M.R.;Stone,P.E.;Teskey,D. Part of the Summary volume.; 1992
  Industry-Government Aeromagnetic Survey of Southern Saskatchewan
(Energy and Resources) Gent,M.R.;Stone,P.E.;Teskey,D. Part of the Summary volume.; 1991
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  Major Geological-Geophysical Elements of the Sub-Phanerozoic Precambrian Basement in NTS 63L, Amisk Lake Map Area
(Energy and Resources) Leclair,A.D. Part of the Summary volume.; 1993
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  Open File 2010-46: Enhanced Geophysical Images and Multi-scale Edge (Worm) Analysis for the Athabasca Region
(Energy and Resources) PROJECT DESCRIPTION Under the auspices of a Memorandum of Understanding signed in March, 2009, with Primary Industries and Resources South Australia (PIRSA) and the Saskatchewan Geological Survey, Saskatchewan Energy and Resources, is releasing new, enhanced aeromagnetic and gravity grids and geo-referenced images for the Athabasca Basin region. These products were created as part of a technical exchange with the Geological Survey Branch, PIRSA, by combining historic and new airborne regional magnetic surveys flown in the region in recent years. In addition historic regional gravity data has been regridded. The modern aeromagnetic surveys, which have been undertaken in partnership with the Geological Survey of Canada, over the past few years, include Cree Lake, Cree Lake South, Southern Athabasca Basin and Eastern Athabasca Basin. The variety of enhancements made to these data, described below, has created a suite of grids and shape files that allows for better interpretation of the geology and structural features in the pre-Athabasca Group rocks of the region, particularly those that comprise the basement to the Athabasca Basin. PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS Reduction to the Pole (RTP) is a technique whereby gridded magnetic data is recalculated as if the inducing field were vertical. This technique allows the interpretation of magnetic anomalies directly above the causative bodies instead of in an offset position. Gravity data do not need to be reduced to pole, as the field is nearly vertical. The First Vertical Derivative (1VD) of a magnetic or gravity dataset enhances short wavelength (high frequency) features. It is used to delineate geological boundaries and faults. By undertaking an Automatic Gain Control (AGC) on a 1VD image the dataset is recalculated so that all anomalies have the same magnitude. This is ideal for interpreting subtle features that are not obvious in the 1VD image. As with the 1VD, the AGC image is used to interpret faults, but can be used in areas of reduced signal. The Analytic Signal (AS) of a gravity or magnetic dataset involves calculating the spatial derivative, and then summing them. The resulting grid shows a collage of geological boundaries at a range of depths. The Tilt derivative is the ratio of the vertical derivative of the field with the horizontal derivative of the field. The resulting data is similar to the AS, but tends to resolve deeper (long wavelength) features. The Phase angle is the total horizontal derivative of the Tilt (sometimes called horizontal tilt). This enhancement tends to highlight boundaries in the tilt map, allowing the interpretation of geological boundaries at deeper levels. The process of upward continuation on both gravity and magnetic data subdues the short wavelength thereby enhancing the long-wavelength features. The process simulates the collection of data further away from the source (e.g., an airborne survey rather than a ground survey). The result is that upward continuation enhances regional features, which are generally considered to be deeper. Multi-scale edges (worms) are a combination of horizontal derivatives and upward continuations. For each upward continuation level produced, the total horizontal derivative of the dataset is produced, and the points of maximum slope (which correlate roughly to geological boundaries) are calculated and connected to make a series of lines that can be used to interpret geological features.
  Open File 2017 1-9 Aeromagnetic Survey of the Marguerite River Area, Saskatchewan (GSC Open File 8261-8273)
(Energy and Resources) F. Kiss and V. Tschirhart - The Geological Survey of Canada (GSC), in cooperation with the Saskatchewan Ministry of the Economy (ECON), released the following geophysical maps on July 28, 2017, 1:00 pm EDT, encompassing the Marguerite River area, south of Lake Athabasca along the Saskatchewan–Alberta border.The maps are derived primarily from data acquired during an aeromagnetic survey carried out by Geo Data Solutions GDS Inc. from March 1, 2017 to April 2, 2017, supplemented by published data originating from a survey flown by Fugro Airborne Surveys Corp. in 2009. The aeromagnetic survey and the production of the maps were funded by phase 5 of the Targeted Geoscience Initiative (TGI-5) program of the Lands and Minerals Sector, Natural Resources Canada.
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  Potential-field Investigations of the Williston Basin Basement
(Energy and Resources) Li, Jiakang; Morozov, Igor; and Chubak, Glenn. 11 pages no maps; Part of Summary of Investigations volume 2005-4.1; 2005.
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  Status of the GSC Aeromagnetic Gradiometer VLF-EM Contract Surveys in Saskatchewan
(Energy and Resources) Ready,E.E. Part of the Summary volume.; 1985
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  Uranium Reconnaissance Program in Saskatchewan
(Energy and Resources) Geological Survey of Canada (GSC) and the Saskatchewan Geological Survey (SGS), Not a saleable product. Part of the Summary volume.; 1977
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