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Spacer ImageReport of Investigations 039: Bouguer gravity in southeastern Virginia
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by S.S. Johnson, 42 pages, 2 maps (1 in color), 1 figure, 1 table, 1975, The area of this gravity report consists of approximately 6,800 square miles in Virginia, extending from 78 degrees west longitude east to the Atlantic Ocean and Chesapeake Bay and from 37 degrees, 30 minutes north latitude south to the Virginia-North Carolina boundary. The survey included areas in the Piedmont and Coastal Plain physiographic provinces. Gravity methods are used predominantly in regional surveys to help determine the location of anomalous areas that may be further investigated by geological and other geophysical techniques. Correlation was found to exist between the gravity anomalies and geological structure.
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