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Entropy, Vol. 25, Pages 240: Wavelet Entropy: A New Tool for Edge Detection of Potential Field Data (Entropy)

Subsurface source boundary identification is a major step in the interpretation of potential field anomalies in geophysical exploration. We investigated the behavior of wavelet space entropy over the boundaries of 2D potential field source edges. We tested the robustness of the method for complex source geometries with distinct source parameters of prismatic bodies. We further validated the behavior with two datasets by delineating the edges of (i) the magnetic anomalies due to the popular Bishop model and (ii) the gravity anomalies of the Delhi fold belt region, India. The results showed prominent signatures for the geological boundaries. Our findings indicate sharp changes in the wavelet space entropy values corresponding to the source edges. The effectiveness of wavelet space entropy was compared with the established edge detection techniques. The findings can help with a variety of geophysical source characterization problems.

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