Top 5 Inversion Best Practices: Interpreting Magnetization Vector Inversion Results
Magnetization Vector Inversion (MVI) is a unique method for creating 3D geophysical models out of magnetic field data. This method can be used on new and historical data to uncover the subsurface in a whole new way – adding additional perspective to interpretations.
In this video, Taronish Pithawala, technical lead for geophysical modelling, analyzes a synthetic model and the various components resulting from a magnetization vector inversion; and demonstrates how these components can be used to interpret models more effectively.
- The scalar components of the magnetization vector, and how they are related
- The representation of the magnetization vector in both Cartesian and rotated coordinate systems
- Why IRI is important and how to best interpret your magnetic field data with MVI
This video is Episode 4 of the Top 5 Inversion Best Practices series based on a best practices workshop hosted by Geosoft.