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Gravity and magnetic methods for geological studies : principles, integrated exploration and plate tectonics
Dinesh Chandra Mishra.
Table of Contents
Pt. I: Methodology with global examples (continental, marine and airborne - satellite surveys) -- Ch. 1. Introduction -- Ch. 2. Gravity method -- Ch. 3. Magnetic methods -- Ch. 4. Common data processing methods and parameter estimation - digital signal processing -- Pt. II: Integrated exploration of Indian plate and resources (geodynamics, seismotectonics, hydrocarbons, minerals, groundwater, environment and engineering sites) -- Ch. 5. Continental drift and plate tectonics: reconstructions, Gondwanaland break-up, plumes and drifting of Indian plate -- Ch. 6. Collision of Indian and Eurasian plates and seismotectonics: Himalayan and Tibetan terrains -- Ch. 7. Geodynamics of the Indian continent and seismotectonics: isostasy, Archean-Proterozoic cratons, collision zones, rift basins, plumes and lithosphere and it's flexure -- Ch. 8. Seismotectonics and geodynamics: Bhuj, New Madrid and Sumatra earthquakes and tsunami with co-seismic changes -- Ch. 9. Resource exploration and geodynamics: hydrocarbons, groundwater, and minerals -- Ch. 10. Some typical environmental and engineering studies: near surface geophysics.