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Techniques in Mineral Exploration pp Cite as. Gravity surveying is not as widely used in mineral exploration as some of the other geophysical methods since it is more suitable for outlining large regional structures and features and as such has more application in petroleum exploration. Nevertheless, in certain instances gravity surveying may prove extremely useful in mineral exploration, though it is rarely used as a primary exploration tool, being more suited to the advanced stages of an exploration programme when the necessary geological control has been established. In addition near surface features such as sudden changes in overburden thickness or zones of cavernous weathering generally have gravity effects in excess of those caused by an ore body. Although a particular ore body may not produce a detectable gravity anomaly, the mineralization may be controlled by a geological structure which does produce a definite gravity effect and in such cases gravity surveying can be instrumental in outlining prime exploration target areas or zones.