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- n. The measurement of the strength of a magnet, or, more strictly, of a magnetic field; especially, the measurement of the earth's magnetic force; the use of a magnetometer.
- n. physics The measurement of magnetic fields (strength and direction etc)
“In the Potters 'Quarter magnetograms and radargrams are complementary to one another in the way that magnetometry produces a much better visibility for kilns, whereas architectural remains are clearer on radargrams.”
“While magnetometry had produced a plan with some rooms, the GPR scan produced much more detailed plan views at certain depths.”
“Map of the area east of the theater produced by magnetometry in 2002.”
“They can be easily "extracted" by magnetometry, based on magnetic dipoles orientations.”
“An area of 160 by 160 meters was initially selected to be completely covered by magnetometry, within which some suitable stretches were chosen for further exploration by georadar.”
“Since 2002, the research on the urban infrastructure has greatly benefited from the geophysical survey at the site, carried out using magnetometry and georadar.”
“This year, given drier circumstances, magnetometry is combined with conductivity analysis.”
“We identified large villas, but also a major temple by means of magnetometry and electro-resistivity.”
“Combination of magnetometry and georadar (GPR), which has been proven to be the most efficient strategy at Sagalassos, was applied also at Tepe Düzen.”
“Time slices (right) produced by means of GPR of the area surveyed by magnetometry show structures with the same orientation as other maps.”
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