Source code and executables for Windows 7 64-bit; these command-line applications are likely portable to Linux as well. Memory intensive code, uses multiple processors.
Commonly used potential field PC programs are described
Software for ground penetrating radar data processing on the PC
Software for checking the travel time picks of crosswell seismic and radar data
Software for simulating electromagnetic waves from a borehole antenna
Software for interactively picking of S-wave data
Software for interactively picking crosswell seismic and radar data
Scientific data management software
Computer program for calculating crosswell radar traces for layered media
Software for mineral resource assessments
Gravity measured from 1958-2005, with standard gravity reduction calculations applied to correct for latitude, elevation, topography, and isostasy.
Fortran code to facilitate correction and interpretation of gravity observations
Documentation for Geosoft executable (GX) programs developed by the USGS and used in potential field data processing within OasisMontaj
Software modules for the commercial Oasis montaj system used for geophysical algorithms developed by the USGS during the past half century.
Regional locations and estimates of the probable amounts of undiscovered resources of copper, platinum-group elements, and potash in selected types of mineral deposits to depths of 1 to 3 kilometers below the surface of the earth worldwide.
This report provides a script developed in open-source statistical software, R, that aggregates undiscovered deposit estimates of a given type assuming some degree of correlation among aggregated areas, provided a user-specified correlation matrix.
Methods used to create several styles for lithology or geologic time, including style files for Lithclass lithologic categories, and ISC and DNAG timescales.
Documentation for software intended to facilitate a 3-part mineral resource assessment.