Geological Mapping, Structural Problems and the Magnetometer
W. KEITH BUCK
DURING World War II years, the magnetometer was used by various field parties of the Geological Survey of Canada, specifically in the search for chromite, a strategic war mineral. Throughout the summer of 1944, Professor J. W. Ambrose used the instrument experimentally on eight separate projects ( 1). Since then, several members of the Survey have come to consider its use to be of valuable assistance in the season's mapping. Dr. C. H. Stockwell, in particular, regards use of the magnetometer as a necessary part of detailed geological survey work.
diabase, dyke, magnetic field, schist, Sharpe Magnetometer, Dykes, Fault, Faults, Magnetometers, Magnets, Mapping, North, Survey, Surveys