Improving current potential field inversion techniques: Determining geological uncertainlty in implicit modelling applications

Mark Douglas Lindsay, Laurent Ailleres, Mark W Jessell, Eric Anthony de Kemp

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    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationSmart Science for Exploration & Mining
    EditorsP J Williams
    Place of PublicationTownsville, Queensland, Australia
    PublisherEconomic Geology Research Unit, James Cook University
    Pages907 - 908
    Number of pages2
    Volume2
    ISBN (Print)9780980558685
    Publication statusPublished - 2009
    EventSociety for Geology Applied to Mineral Deposits Biennial Meeting 2009 - Townsville, Queensland, Australia, Economic Geology Research Unit
    Duration: 1 Jan 2009 → …

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    ConferenceSociety for Geology Applied to Mineral Deposits Biennial Meeting 2009
    CityEconomic Geology Research Unit
    Period1/01/09 → …

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    Lindsay, M. D., Ailleres, L., Jessell, M. W., & de Kemp, E. A. (2009). Improving current potential field inversion techniques: Determining geological uncertainlty in implicit modelling applications. In P. J. Williams (Ed.), Smart Science for Exploration & Mining (Vol. 2, pp. 907 - 908). Townsville, Queensland, Australia: Economic Geology Research Unit, James Cook University.
    Lindsay, Mark Douglas ; Ailleres, Laurent ; Jessell, Mark W ; de Kemp, Eric Anthony. / Improving current potential field inversion techniques: Determining geological uncertainlty in implicit modelling applications. Smart Science for Exploration & Mining. editor / P J Williams. Vol. 2 Townsville, Queensland, Australia : Economic Geology Research Unit, James Cook University, 2009. pp. 907 - 908
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    Improving current potential field inversion techniques: Determining geological uncertainlty in implicit modelling applications. / Lindsay, Mark Douglas; Ailleres, Laurent; Jessell, Mark W; de Kemp, Eric Anthony.

    Smart Science for Exploration & Mining. ed. / P J Williams. Vol. 2 Townsville, Queensland, Australia : Economic Geology Research Unit, James Cook University, 2009. p. 907 - 908.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference PaperResearchpeer-review

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    Lindsay MD, Ailleres L, Jessell MW, de Kemp EA. Improving current potential field inversion techniques: Determining geological uncertainlty in implicit modelling applications. In Williams PJ, editor, Smart Science for Exploration & Mining. Vol. 2. Townsville, Queensland, Australia: Economic Geology Research Unit, James Cook University. 2009. p. 907 - 908