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Found in the western dry valleys were grouped ac4. The first group is anomaliesthat are of too short a wavelength to be made up of positive anomalieswith steep gradients seen using the techniquesdescribedin this study. (about 400 •//km) and generally high amplitudes(up Specificanomaliesin the dry valley region were to 600 •/or more). They occur over the Beacon Sunot modeled. Many of the anomaliesare essentially pergroup and the Ferrar Dolerites and are associdefined by only one flight line, for which three- ated with topographic highs.
Val velocities within the sedimentary column becauseof air gun ringing and propagationnoise.
Dry Valley Drilling Project by Lyle D. McGinnis