INTERPRETATION OF HIGH RESOLUTION AEROMAGNETIC ,, Abstract: Aeromagnetic data analysis and interpretation of Udi sheet and that of Nsukka sheet in Enugu State, Anambra Basin was carried out The data which were obtained by Nigeria Geological Survey Agency (NGSA) were interpreted qualitatively and quantitativelySource Parameter Imaging and Forward and Inverse Modeling methodsInterpretation of Aeromagnetic Survey and Satellite ,, Interpretation of Aeromagnetic Survey and Satellite Imagery of Jos-Plateau, North-Central Nigeria HO Nwankwoala, SA Ugwu and EA Agada Department of Geology, Faculty of Science, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria Abstract: The aim of this study is to demonstrate the geological application of the Nigeria Sat-1 image withInterpretation of aeromagnetic data over some parts of ,, aeromagnetic data by the Nigerian Geological Survey Agency acquired between 2005 and 2010 with 500 m line spacing and 80 m terrain clearance for most parts of Nigeria, the need to re-subject the data across Sokoto basin to a more geophysical investigation ,AEROMAGNETIC STUDIES OF SHEET 248, 249,268 AND 269 ,, The area covered by the Geological Survey of Nigeria (GSN) aeromagnetic maps of sheet numbers 248, 249, 268 and 269, occupies part of the lower Benue Trough (Fig1) It is located between longitudes 7 000'E to 8030'E and latitudes 7 00'N to 8 00'N with an area extent of ,Integration and Interpretation of Aeromagnetic, 3D Seismic ,, Integration and Interpretation of Aeromagnetic, 3D Seismic and Well Logs Data in Hydrocarbon Exploration in Niger Delta Basin Oluwatoyin O Akinsete1*, Toyin Y Abdulraheem1, Salawu B Naheem2 and Adebiyi S Leke3 1Department of Petroleum Engineering, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria 2BS Geophysical and Consultancy Ltd, Ilorin, Nigeria.
Aeromagnetic and remote sensing evidence for structural ,, Oct 01, 2020· The aeromagnetic anomaly data analyzed for this study were provided by the Nigerian Geological Survey Agency (NGSA) The data were acquired by Fugro Airborne Surveys for NGSA between 2004 and 2009 as part of the World Bank supported project scheme to foster exploration of mineral resources in NigeriaAnalysis of Aeromagnetic Data across Kebbi State, Nigeria, of aeromagnetic maps Though the study area (Kebbi) is covered by about sixteen sheets of aeromagnetic maps, out of which twelve was used for the present study Fig 1 is the geological map of Nigeria The Sokoto Basin of northwestern Nigeria consists predominantly of a gentle undulating plain, underlain by metamorphic rocks (Sheu et al, 2004)Aeromagnetic Investigation of Geologic Structures ,, Aeromagnetic Investigation of Geologic Structures Associated with Gold Mineralization along Danja, Northwestern Nigeria Usman A 1*, Sani MA2, Lawal KM3 and Magaji SS4 1Department of Physics, Kebbi State University of Science and Technology, Aliero, Nigeria 2Department of Geology, Kano State University of Science and Technology, Wudil, NigeriaINTERPRETATION OF AEROMAGNETIC DATA FROM ILESHA, carry out a particular survey For the purpose of this study, we shall employ magnetic method using aeromagnetic data to investigate the properties of the subsurface in Ilesha, South West Nigeria Aeromagnetic geophysical method has been widely used since its inceptionIntegrating Landsat, high resolution airborne aeromagnetic data ob-tained from the Geological Survey of Nigeria (GSAN) in 2009 and the seven-band Landsat ETM imagery acquired on 29th March 2013 They are both extensively used as reconnaissance tools in oil and mineral exploration Similarly, both have surf-icial discontinuities recognized by the common.
Interpretation of Aeromagnetic Data from Upper Benue Basin ,, The primary data used in this analysis is the aeromagnetic maps from part of upper Benue basin Six aeromagnetic maps published by the Geological Survey of Nigeria Agency, Airborne geophysical series (1974) on a scale 0f 1:1000, 000 covering the study area were used The maps used were from sheet numbers 236, 237,Evaluation of Aeromagnetic Data of Ilesha Area of Oyo ,, This paper presents the analysis and interpretation of an aeromagnetic data of Ilesha area, (Sheet 243) sourced from Nigeria Geological Survey Agency The area is located between 75oN and 80oN of latitude and longitude 45oE to 50oE Two methods: Analytic Signal Method (ASM) and Local wavenumber (LWN) were used These methods were used to process and analyse the data so as to ,Aeromagnetic Mapping of Iwo Region of Southwestern Nigeria ,, Abstract The IGRF filtered Aeromagnetic data over Iwo, southwestern part of Nigeria within the basement complex was subjected to reduction to magnetic equator filtering, residual filtering, upward and downward continuation filtering, automatic gain control filtering, tilt angle derivative, second vertical derivative, analytical signal and Euler deconvolutionQualitative interpretation of aeromagnetic data over parts ,, The old aeromagnetic data in Nigeria in the 1970s is of lower resolution being flown at a flight line spacing of 2km, average terrain clearance of 150m, and a nominal tie line spacing of 20kmand have become of limited useEstimation of Magnetic Basement Depths Beneath the ,, Aeromagnetic data: Abeokuta area is covered by an aeromagnetic survey conducted by Nigeria Geological Survey Agency of Nigeria in 2006 The aeromagnetic data were obtained using a proton precession magnetometer with a resolution of 001 nT Fugro Airborne Surveys carried out the airborne geophysical work.
Interpretation of Aeromagnetic Data Over Birnin, Four aeromagnetic maps covering the entire study area were obtained from Nigerian Geological Survey Agency (NGSA) as part of the nationwide survey between 1974 to 1976 The aeromagnetic survey was flown at an altitude of 015 km above the terrain along N-S ,Aeromagnetic mapping of the basement architecture of ,, The nationwide mandate of acquisition of high resolution airborne geophysical survey aimed at assisting and promoting mineral exploration in Nigeria, aeromagnetic data was acquired between 2003 and 2009 by Fugro Airborne Survey Limited for the Nigerian Geological Survey Agency (NGSA) (MMSD, 2010)Qualitative and Quantitative Interpretation of Parts of ,, Jul 02, 2017· Abstract Aeromagnetic data acquired by the Nigerian Geological Survey Agency and which covers about 3025 square kilometer of some parts of onshore Niger Delta, Nigeria, was processed and interpreted with the purpose of determining the depth to basement of the study area, delineating areas suitable for hydrocarbon and mineral accumulation, establishing the basement topography, ,Nigerian Metallurgical Society, extensive aeromagnetic survey of over 22% of the whole country Ground magneto metric surveys and drilling for more suitable ones were subsequently undertaken Exploration for iron ore was then concentrated at Birnin Gwari and Ayagba (Kaduna State), Ejigbo (Oyo State), Itakpe, Chokochoko, Ajabanoko and Agbado-Okudu (Kogi State) Investigations forUniversity of Nigeria, the analysis of aeromagnetic data over area about 16,400 sq km in the Middle Benue Trough The variation of the bascment depths has ben detcl1nined from a two- dimensional spectral analysis of aeromagnetic data previously acquires by the Geological Survcys of Nigeria An analysis similar to the one given here has earlier been presented fOf the ,.
Aeromagnetic Anomalies, Limited Ground Magnetic and ,, Keywords: Aeromagnetic anomalies, Bouguer anomaly, magnetic susceptibility, Basement complex rocks, gravity measurements 1 Introduction The aeromagnetic anomalies, ground magnetic and gravity anomaly investigation was conducted based on Nigeria Geological Survey Sheet 247 (Lokoja) The area is characteristic of Lower Benue Trough structures ,Kinetiko completes third high resolution aeromagnetic ,, Dec 08, 2020· Kinetiko Energy has announced through its incorporated joint venture Afro Energy in collaboration with its joint venture partner in South Africa Badimo Gas, that a high resolution aeromagnetic and radiometric survey has been completed to follow the success of similar adjoining surveys completed in June and August 2020 This survey successfully flew 6,011 line kms,,Aeromagnetic mapping of basement structures and ,, Feb 01, 2018· Aeromagnetic data (Sheet 243) acquired using 3x Scintrex C53 Cesium Vapour magnetometer and processed by Fugro Airborne Surveys in 2009 were obtained from the Nigerian Geological Survey Agency (NGSA) The magnetic data were recorded at intervals of approximately 01 s (approximately 7 m) with sensor mean terrain clearance of 80 mAeromagnetic Data Interpretation for Geostructural ,, The digitized total aeromagnetic data obtained from the Nigerian Geological Survey Agency NGSA on sheet 261 as part of the Nigeria wide geological survey data carried out in 2009 has been used The map was presented on Oasis Montaj Geosoft and the data was extracted using the Excel package A total of fifty-six gridded profiles were(PDF) Interpretation of aeromagnetic anomalies and ,, In doing this, an aeromagnetic sheet 264 of the Geological Survey of Nigeria (GSN) and digitized aeromagnetic map from Nigeria Geological Survey Agency (NGSA, 2008) were interpreted Also sixteen ground magnetic profiling were carried out, mostly in the E-W direction.
Spectral Analysis of Higher Resolution Aeromagnetic Data ,, Keyword: Aeromagnetic data, depths to basement, Spectral Analysis, deeper and shallow sources 1 INTRODUCTION The city is situated in the transitional zone between the forest and savanna region of Nigeria The geology of Kwara consists of Pre-Cambrian basement complex with an elevation that varies from 273m to 333m in the WestApplication of aeromagnetic data to map subsurface ,, May 26, 2020· In this study, aeromagnetic data were interpreted and analyzed in order to map the subsurface geological structures at Ewekoro, southwestern, Nigeria To accomplish this goal, some image enhancement techniques were applied to the magnetic data by which concealed subsurface structures were revealed The total magnetic intensity data were reduced to the magnetic pole using ,