Magnetometer and gradiometer surveys for detection of underground storage tanks

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Abstract

Remediation of sites where hazardous substances can invade or have invaded ground-water supplies is a global concern. Detection and location of underground steel storage tanks can be readily accomplished using magnetometer and magnetic gradiometer surveys, which are a passive variety of remote sensing. This paper presents investigations at two sites at Hill Air Force Base, northern Utah. In each case, magnetometer and gradiometer data have proven to be valuable for assessing the possibilities of existence and location of buried underground storage tanks. Relevant magnetic-field principles are reviewed and methods of data acquisition, reduction, analysis and interpretation are described. -from Author

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationBulletin - Association of Engineering Geologists
Pages37-50
Number of pages14
Volume27
Edition1
StatePublished - 1990
Externally publishedYes

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Hazardous Substances
Water Supply
Steel
Groundwater
Magnetometers
Magnetic Fields
Air
Remediation
Water supply
Remote sensing
Data acquisition
Magnetic fields
Environmental Restoration and Remediation
Surveys and Questionnaires

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  • Engineering(all)
  • Medicine(all)

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Schlinger, C. M. (1990). Magnetometer and gradiometer surveys for detection of underground storage tanks. In Bulletin - Association of Engineering Geologists (1 ed., Vol. 27, pp. 37-50)

Magnetometer and gradiometer surveys for detection of underground storage tanks. / Schlinger, Charles M.

Bulletin - Association of Engineering Geologists. Vol. 27 1. ed. 1990. p. 37-50.

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Schlinger, CM 1990, Magnetometer and gradiometer surveys for detection of underground storage tanks. in Bulletin - Association of Engineering Geologists. 1 edn, vol. 27, pp. 37-50.
Schlinger CM. Magnetometer and gradiometer surveys for detection of underground storage tanks. In Bulletin - Association of Engineering Geologists. 1 ed. Vol. 27. 1990. p. 37-50
Schlinger, Charles M. / Magnetometer and gradiometer surveys for detection of underground storage tanks. Bulletin - Association of Engineering Geologists. Vol. 27 1. ed. 1990. pp. 37-50
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