Antarctic Digital Magnetic Anomaly Project by multi-national scientific communities                                                                Last updated: Sep. 18th. 2014
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     ADMAP - CNSCO-GEST06
 

This map was generated using ADMAP near-surface compilation,  Orsted and CHAMP satellite total intensity anomaly data (Kim et al., 2007) at 400 and 700 km, respectively.  The surface gaps were augmented by the algorithm in Kim et al. (2004) for the wavelengths larger than 400 km.  Details about this map was described in Kim et al.(2004, 2007).

   

The data grid for this map is available at here ( ascii zipped. 34 Mb) .....



     ADMAP - CNSO-OSU02


This map was generated using ADMAP near-surface compilation and Orsted satellite total intensity anomaly data (Kim, 2002) at 700 km.  The surface gaps were augmented by the algorithm in Kim et al. (2004) for the wavelengths larger than 400 km.  Details about this map was described in Kim et al.(2004).




The data grid for this map is available at here ( ascii zipped. 4.2 Mb)



    
         ADMAP - 2001


This map was generated using ADMAP near-surface compilation and Magsat satellite total intensity anomaly data at 400 km.  The surface gaps were augmented by equivalent point diple source  technique for the wavelengths larger than 400 km. 



The  data grid (5 km interval) for this map is available here ( ascii zipped. 14.6MB)



The image file for this map is also available at here (Corel Draw zipped. 28 Mb)



The survey files used to produce this map are available at here (ascii zipped. 191 Mb)




    ADMAP - 2001


This map was generated using ADMAP near-surface compilation data collected by all ADMAP WG and finalized by Dr. Golynsky (Golynsky et al., 2002)



The data grid (5 km interval) for this map is available at here ( ascii zipped. 14.6 Mb)



The image file for this map is also available at here (Corel Draw zipped. 28 Mb)



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