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Comparative results of two magnetometer surveys, one in December, 1927, before the discovery of oil, and one in January, 1932, after production had reached maturity, show that the vertical component of the earth's magnetic field has been changed in detail by the presence of production equipment. The generalized magnetic pattern remains similar, however, for both surveys.
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