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APPLE: Data Page

Download the processed anisotropy CSEM data set here: Quail_Lem.emdata

These data are in the MARE2DEM format, which is described in this document, or alternatively you could go to the MARE2DEM web site.

Below is a list of the available raw data files for the APPLE Experiment.

Data File Size(MB) Latitude Longitude
koala_NS_LEM.bin 390.6 32 11.650 129 00.000
roo_EW_LEM.bin 353 32 11.750 128 59.880
croc_D.bin 926.2 32 05.250 231 19.075
galah_B.bin 830 32 28.234 231 07.934
bandicoot_H.bin 853.5 32 18.702 230 40.878
platypus_F.bin 878.9 31 55.757 230 52.112
NoddyMT.bin 244.1 31 55.757 231 07.888
TrevorMT.bin 244.1 32 18.702 231 19.122
QuailMT.bin 244.1 32 28.234 230 52.066
RhondaMT.bin 244.1 32 05.250 230 40.925

Data files koala, roo, and Quail have been made available online because they were used to generate the CSEM data used in the anisotropy paper. Other data are available on request (contact Steve).

Koala and Roo were first versions of the Mk II L-CHEAPO data loggers and use the modern Scripps (and WesternGeco) data formats. Data format and playback software can be found here.

Quail was an older, Mk I data logger. This was the last use of this instrument type. The data format for Quail is described here. If you really want to play with these data, here is a fortran routine that MAY still work. May the force be with you.





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