Lake Michigan


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Airborne electromagnetic and magnetic survey data, northeast Wisconsin

Airborne electromagnetic and magnetic survey data collected during 2021 over 3,170 line kilometers with nominal flight height of 30 - 40 m above terrain and nominal line spacing of 0.5 miles. Data are provided in Geosoft database, Geosoft grid, GeoTiff, Geosoft map, and netCDF formats.

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Airborne magnetic survey, Iron Mountain-Chatham region, central Upper Peninsula, Michigan, 2018

Digital flight line data for a high-resolution magnetic survey with line spacing 150 meters and nominal terrain clearance 80 meters over most of the study area. Data are provided as Geosoft databases and grids. Data over two small areas (less than 1 sq km combined) were redacted because those areas include multiple tracts of Native American lands.

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Airborne Magnetic Total-Field Survey, Iron Mountain-Menominee Region, Michigan-Wisconsin, USA

Airborne magnetic survey data collected from this area to better understand the lithology and structure of exposed and concealed Precambrian rocks in support of mineral resource investigations. Results are provided in Geosoft database, grid exchange format, GeoTiff, and CSV.

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Geochemical characterization, acid neutralization potential, and phosphate removal capacity of modern and legacy iron and steel slag from the Chicago-Gary area of Illinois and Indiana, USA

Information about iron and steel slag samples in this area, including bulk chemistry, acid-base accounting, particle size analysis, synthetic precipitation leaching protocol results, and batch and column phosphate removal experiments. Data are provided in CSV format.

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Principal facts of regional gravity data in the central Upper Peninsula, Michigan, and northeastern Wisconsin

Gravity data collected from 2016 through 2019 to assist in mapping surface and subsurface geology in this area. Data are provided in CSV and shapefile formats.

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Reanalysis of Additional Selected Archived NURE-HSSR Sediment Samples from Idaho and Montana

Reanalysis of existing samples provides more precise and accurate geochemical data because newer methods can be used. Stable isotopes of lead were also included. Data are provided in Microsoft Access, CSV, and shapefile formats.

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