User talk:Hkeyser

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July 2014[edit]

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  • resistance than enclosing rocks. EM surveys can also be used to detect [[unexploded ordnance]], [[graphite}} and [[uranium ore deposits|palaeochannel-hosted uranium deposits]] which are associated with

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October 2014[edit]

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  • Typical types of data collected are [[aerial photography]], [[LiDAR]], [[remote sensing]] (using various visible and invisible bands of the [[electromagnetic spectrum]], (such as [[infrared]]
  • ], (such as [[infrared]], [[gamma ray|gamma]], or [[ultraviolet]]) and also geophysical data (such as [[aeromagnetic survey]]s and [[gravity]]. It can also refer to the chart or map made by

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