Supplemental material: Guides to understanding the aeromagnetic expression of faults in sedimentary basins: Lessons learned from the central Rio Grande rift, New Mexico
journal contributionposted on 01.12.2007 by V.J.S. Grauch, Mark R. Hudson
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Geosphere, December 2007, v. 3, p. 596-623, doi: 10.1130/GES00128.1. Plate 1 - Color shaded-relief image of reduced-to-pole (RTP) aeromagnetic data for the central Rio Grande rift, compiled from Sweeney et al. (2002) and Bankey et al. (2006). The colors primarily reflect the broad variations in the data, whereas the illumination (from the west) emphasizes detailed variations, especially linear features associated with faults. Selected geographic, geologic, and interpretative features are labeled. Map projection is NAD27, UTM zone 13, in units of meters. Inset shows locations and names of aeromagnetic survey areas. Map scale 1:250,000. File size is 9.2 MB.