An Alternative Approach to Turam Data Treatment

CIM Bulletin, 1973

K. DUCKWORTH, Assistant Professor, Department of Geology, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta

The treatment of Turam data by conventional procedures does not permit the interpreter to make any estimate of induced current magnitudes. This problem may be overcome by using an alternative data treatment procedure. It is shown that the conventional and alternative procedures are equally satisfactory in terms of t heir ability to provide the location of line currents and estimates of conductor quality. A full description and evaluation of both procedures is presented in conjunction with field examples to show how the alternative procedure may assist interpretation when used to complement the conventional approach.
Mots Clés: alternative data, conductor, inflection point, magnetic field, magnitude, Attenuation, Data, Phase, Process, Processes, Profiles, Reduction, Structure, Systems, Treatment