Principal facts for new gravity stations in the Pahute Mesa and Oasis Valley areas, Nye County, Nevada

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Regional gravity and aeromagnetic maps of the Pahute Mesa and Oasis Valley region indicate the presence of several structures that may influence the flow of groundwater. For example, several prominent linear features expressed by both gravity and aeromagentic data could act either as barriers or conduits for groundwater. The current gravity study was undertaken to better define the boundaries of the interpreted major regional structures in the area.

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Davidson, J.G.; Hildenbrand, T.G.; Mankinen, E.A. & Roberts, C.W. December 15, 1998.

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Regional gravity and aeromagnetic maps of the Pahute Mesa and Oasis Valley region indicate the presence of several structures that may influence the flow of groundwater. For example, several prominent linear features expressed by both gravity and aeromagentic data could act either as barriers or conduits for groundwater. The current gravity study was undertaken to better define the boundaries of the interpreted major regional structures in the area.

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Davidson, J.G.; Hildenbrand, T.G.; Mankinen, E.A. & Roberts, C.W. Principal facts for new gravity stations in the Pahute Mesa and Oasis Valley areas, Nye County, Nevada, report, December 15, 1998; Las Vegas, Nevada. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc710150/: accessed September 25, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.