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Magnetometer investigations of igneous intrusions along the western end of the Balcones fault zone in the southwestern part of Texas show that the intrusions are highly magnetic. Some plugs are positive and others negative; in several, splinters of the igneous rock were found to be polarized. The results of the work in this area indicate that magnetic instruments can be used with success to determine the presence or absence of buried igneous intrusions.
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