An Advanced Design for a Seafloor Gamma Measurement Data Collection System.
NTIS: PB 93-105013 Available for Reference At Bureau Libraries :12 pages
The center for applied isotope studies (cais) conducted a three-tier program to upgrade and field-test the gamma isotope measurement system (gims), one of several cais systems capable of rapid, remote surveillance and collection of seafloor data. The gims is designed specifically for detecting the gamma radiation that is emitted by naturally occurring radioactive minerals on or near the seafloor, which can then be used for the interpretation of seafloor lithology.
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NTIS: PB 93-105013 Available for Reference At Bureau Libraries
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