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AuthorsCaratori Tontini, F.* 
Stefanelli, P.* 
Giori, I.* 
Faggioni, O.* 
Carmisciano, C.* 
TitleThe revised aeromagnetic anomaly map of Italy
Issue Date2004
Series/Report no.47 (5)
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/2122/850
Keywordsgeomagnetism
aeromagnetic anomaly
magnetic methods
aeromagnetic cartography
Subject Classification04. Solid Earth::04.05. Geomagnetism::04.05.03. Global and regional models 
AbstractThis paper presents the revised aeromagnetic anomaly map of Italy and its surrounding seas, projected at reference altitude of 2500 m and geomagnetic epoch 1979.0. The magnetic data set used for the map compilation is composed of the total intensity field data acquired partly during the aeromagnetic surveys performed by the Italian National Oil Company (Agip - Direzione Esplorazione Idrocarburi) between 1971 and 1980, and during the new surveys committed by the Geophysical Corporate Services of Eni Spa - Exploration & Production Division in the years 2001-2002. In both campaigns the recorded data were very dense and uniformly distributed over the examined area. A detailed re-processing of this data set and a re-organization into a new digital database were carried out. The re-processing was done using modern adequate techniques, obtaining a remarkable exploitation of the data information content. The result is a colour shaded relief map that shows on a large scale many of the structural lineaments of the Italian area. The inclusion of a larger number of data and the subtraction of an appropriate magnetic reference field are the main reasons of an enhancement in the anomaly definition. This new map replaces the previous Agip version, and aims to become the reference aeromagnetic cartography of the Italian area. We think this work will be useful both for researchers interested in large scale tectonic studies, and for anyone interested in the investigation of smaller scale structures, such as volcanic complexes or infra-sedimentary magnetic bodies, as well as for mining research.
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