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Geophysical techniques for precision navigation at sea

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      • CU-40-57-NObsr 64547-Geol.Includes bibliographical references (pages 37-39).Sponsored by the U.S. Navy under contract with the Office of Naval Research, Contract Nonr 26622.And with the Bureau of Ships, Contract NObsr 64547.

        StatementColumbia University, Lamont Geological Observatory
        PublishersColumbia University, Lamont Geological Observatory
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        LC Classifications1957
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        Paginationxvi, 91 p. :
        Number of Pages45
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        ISBN 10nodata
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        2Technical report (Lamont Geological Observatory) -- no. 14.
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Pirttijarvi M 2004 KHF filtering program: a geophysical software for Karous—Hjelt and Fraser filtering on geophysical VLF data. Loke MH 2000 Electrical imaging surveys for environmental and engineering studies. Centimetre, decimetre and sub-metre level of service accuracies• Finally, in Sectionwe discuss our results, just before the conclusion in Section. J Min Geol 37 2 :177—184• This paper deals with the site investigation processes of detecting a semi-buried object using multibeam echosounder, sidescan sonar and magnetometer data Dino Dragun GEOxyz, Belgium Lieselot Noppe GEOxyz, Belgium Pierre Serpe GEOxyz, Belgium Emeline Caron GEOxyz, France Astrid Robert GEOxyz, France The purpose of this paper is to conduct the evaluation of the object detection using sonar and geophysical methods.

Rizzo E, Santoriello A, Capozzoli L, De Martino G, De Vita CB, Musmeci D, Perciante F 2018 Geophysical survey and archaeological data at Masseria Grasso Benevento, Italy. XP2centimetre level services Fugro Starfix. 5 cm EWH over large hydrological basins. The current reality, however, is sub-optimal.