Half Title Page.
Preface to the First Edition.
Preface to the Second Edition.
1: The Role of Geophysics in Ore Prospecting.
2: General Aspects of the Collection and Presentation of Geophysical Data.
3: Magnetic Methods.
4: The Self-potential Method.
5: Electromagnetic Methods.
6: Electrical Methods.
7: Induced Polarization Methods.
8: Gravity Methods.
9: Seismic Methods.
10: Radioactive Methods.
11: Airborne Magnetic and Electromagnetic Methods.
12: Combination of Geophysical Methods.
Appendix 1: Simple Method of Determining the Magnetic Susceptibility and Remanence of Approximately Spherical Rock and Ore Samples.
Appendix 2: Magnetic Anomaly of Pole Systems.
Appendix 3: The Magnetic Field of a Large Rectangular Loop Carrying an Electric Current.
Appendix 4: Semi-absolute Calculation of the Electromagnetic Field Components from Turam Reduced Ratios and Phase Differences.
Appendix 5: Electric Potential Due to a Point and a Line Current Electrode Placed on the Surface of a Homogeneous Ground.
Appendix 6: Method of Images.
Appendix 7: Gravity Anomalies.
Appendix 8: Depth Estimates of Some Simple Mass Shapes.
Appendix 9: Notes on the Master Curves in Fig 117 For Total Field Magnetic Anomalies.
Appendix 10: Elliptic Polarization of the Electromagnetic Field.
Appendix 11: FORTRAN Source-programs for Calculating the Vertical Field Magnetic Anomaly Due to an Inclined Prism and the Gravity Anomaly of a Two-dimensional Feature of Arbitrary, Uniform Cross-section.