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Data Series 830

Gravity, Magnetic, and Radiometric Data for Newberry Volcano, Oregon, and Vicinity

By Jeff Wynn


Map of the complete Bouguer gravity of Newberry Volcano and vicinity, central Oregon. Black outline is the lava apron of the volcano, and small plus (+) symbols represent individual gravity stations. (Gravity anomaly reduced for a density of 2.67 grams per cubic centimeter (g/cc), in milliGals (mGal).) (Banner photograph shows a panorama of Newberry Volcano; USGS photo by Dave Ramsey.)

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Suggested citation:

Wynn, Jeff, 2014, Gravity, magnetic, and radiometric data for Newberry Volcano, Oregon, and vicinity: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series 830,

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