Magnetotelluric surveying

Passive geophysical technique that uses the earth's natural electromagnetic field to investigate the spatial variation of electrical resistivity in the subsurface.
This category is also used for AMT surveying, audio magneto telluric surveying, audio-magneto-telluric surveying, magneto telluric surveying, and magneto-telluric surveying.
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Audiomagnetotelluric data, Buffalo River watershed, Arkansas, 2017

Audio-magnetotelluric sounding data collected in 2017 in this area to understand geologic structure and lithologic variations.

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Audiomagnetotelluric sounding data in the Silverton Caldera complex, Colorado, 2018

Audiomagnetotelluric sounding data collected in 2018 in this area to understand subsurface geologic structure.

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Audiomagnetotelluric sounding data in the Silverton Caldera complex, Colorado, 2019

Audiomagnetotelluric station locations and data to characterize subsurface rock properties important for understanding surface water and groundwater quality issues, and also to improve knowledge of deep geologic structures that may have been conduits for hydrothermal fluids that formed mineral deposits.

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Audiomagnetotelluric survey to characterize the Sunnyside porphyry copper system in the Patagonia Mountains, Arizona

Audiomagnetotelluric (AMT) sounding data collected in 2008 in this area in support of assessments of concealed mineral resources.

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Magnetotelluric data across the Southern San Andreas Fault Zone, California

Magnetotelluric soundings collected in 2019 to help inform depth-dependent fault zone geometry, fluid content and porosity in this part of the fault zone. Data are provided in MTH5 format.

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Magnetotelluric data from Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Upper Michigan, 2015-2019

Magnetotelluric stations collected from 2015-2019 across parts of Minnesota, Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan to support regional investigations into the geologic and tectonic framework of the area and to support mineral resource investigations.

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Magnetotelluric data from Missouri, Arkansas, Tennessee, Illinois, and Kentucky, 2016-2019

Magnetotelluric station data collected from 2016-2019 across parts of Missouri, Arkansas, Tennessee, Illinois, and Kentucky to support regional investigations into the geologic and tectonic framework of the area and mineral resource and geologic hazard investigations.

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Magnetotelluric data from Mountain Pass, California, 2015

Magnetotelluric (MT) data from 65 stations collected in 2015 in this area create a regional conductivity model near the Mountain Pass mine.

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Magnetotelluric Data from the San Andreas Fault, Loma Prieta CA, 1989-1990

Magnetotelluric data collected in 1989 and 1990 using USGS portable truck mounted systems that measure the distribution of electrical conductivity beneath the surface of the earth. This release provides digital information previously collected, recovered and reformatted for use with modern software. Data are provided in MT/EMAP formats.

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Magnetotelluric sounding data in the Silverton Caldera complex, Colorado, 2018

Magnetotelluric sounding data collected in July 2018 in the Silverton Caldera complex, Colorado, in the Southern Rocky Mountain Volcanic Field to understand the geologic structure of this area.

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Magnetotelluric sounding data in the Silverton Caldera complex, Colorado, 2019

Magnetotelluric station locations and data intended to help to characterize subsurface rock properties important for understanding surface water and groundwater quality issues, and also to improve knowledge of deep geologic structures that may have been conduits for hydrothermal fluids that formed mineral deposits.

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Magnetotelluric sounding data, stations 1 to 12, East-Central Tooele County, Utah, 2003

Magnetotelluric (MT) sounding data collected in 2003 along a north-south profile in this area to learn whether major mining districts in the Northern Nevada Gold Province are underlain by rocks of the Archean Wyoming craton, which are known to contain orogenic gold deposits, or by accreted rocks of the Paleoproterozoic Mojave province.

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Magnetotelluric sounding data, stations 1 to 22, Southern San Luis Valley, Colorado, 2006

Magnetotelluric sounding data collected in 2006 in this area to improve understanding of the hydrogeology of the Santa Fe Group and the nature of the sedimentary deposits comprising the principal groundwater aquifers of the Rio Grande rift.

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Magnetotelluric sounding data, stations 1 to 25, north eastern Nevada, 2003

Magnetotelluric sounding data collected in 2003 along a north-south profile west of Wendover, Nevada, to understand the rocks underlying mineral deposits in this area.

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Magnetotelluric sounding data, stations 1-9, Taos Plateau Volcanic Field, New Mexico, 2009

Magnetotelluric sounding data collected in 2009 in this area to improve understanding of the hydrogeology of the Santa Fe Group and the nature of the sedimentary deposits comprising the principal groundwater aquifers of the Rio Grande rift.

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Magnetotelluric sounding data, stations 26 to 36, north of Wells, Nevada, 2005

Magnetotelluric (MT) sounding data collected in 2005 along an east-west profile in this area, to know whether major mining districts in the Northern Nevada Gold Province are underlain by rocks of the Archean Wyoming craton, which are known to contain orogenic gold deposits, or by accreted rocks of the Paleoproterozoic Mojave province.

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Magnetotelluric sounding locations, stations 23 to 46, San Luis Valley, Colorado, 2007

Magnetotelluric sounding data collected in 2007 in this area to improve understanding of the hydrogeology of the Santa Fe Group and the nature of the sedimentary deposits comprising the principal groundwater aquifers of the Rio Grande rift.

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Metadata standards for Magnetotelluric Time Series Data

A standard for expressing the detailed information needed to properly describe data produced in this type of scientific investigation. Data are provided in CSV format.

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Regional scale magnetotelluric data from the Rio Grande Rift and southern Rocky Mountains

Data from 102 magnetotelluric (MT) stations collected from 2012 through 2014 in this area to improve regional conductivity models of the western United States.

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Geological and geophysical data for a three-dimensional view—Inside the San Juan and Silverton Calderas, Southern Rocky Mountains Volcanic Field, Silverton, Colorado

<h1>Introduction</h1>The San Juan-Silverton caldera complex located near Silverton, Colorado, in the Southern Rocky Mountains volcanic field is an ideal natural laboratory for furthering the understanding of shallow-to-deep volcanic-related mineral system

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