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Fluxgate vector magnetometers: A multisensor device for ground, UAV, and airborne magnetic surveys

Abstract : Fluxgate magnetometers are quite uncommon in geophysics. Recent advances in calibration of the devices and their magnetic compensation ability led Institut de Physique du Globe de Stras-bourg to develop instruments for magnetic measurements at different scales for a wide range of applications — from submetric measurements on the ground to aircraft-conducted acquisition by unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). A case study on the aerial military base BA112 shows the usefulness of the instruments for the detection of underground pipes, unexploded ordnance, and archaeological remains.
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Bruno Gavazzi, Pauline Le Maire, Marc Munschy, Aline Dechamp. Fluxgate vector magnetometers: A multisensor device for ground, UAV, and airborne magnetic surveys. Leading Edge, Society of Exploration Geophysicists, 2016, 35 (9), pp.795-797. ⟨10.1190/tle35090795.1⟩. ⟨hal-01624847⟩

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