BGM

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AcronymDefinition
BGMBetriebliches Gesundheits Management (German: Corporate Health Management)
BGMBackground Music
BGMBürgermeister (German)
BGMBlack Girl Magic (band)
BGMBackground Mode
BGMBlue Man Group (band)
BGMBlood Glucose Monitor
BGMBundesgesundheitsministerium
BGMBoddington Gold Mine (Western Australia)
BGMBlood Glucose Measurement
BGMBouguer Gravity Map (geological survey)
BGMBuilding, Grounds, and Maintenance (various organizations)
BGMBinghamton/Endicott/Johnson City, NY, USA - Edwin Alink Field (Airport Code)
BGMBell Globemedia Inc.
BGMBounded Greedy Match (algorithms)
BGMBrace, Gatarek and Musiela (mathematical model)
BGMBasis Generator Method
BGMBusiness Group Manager
BGMBoarding Music
BGMBayesian Graphical Model
BGMBallistic Guided Missile
BGMBattle Group Manager
BGMBasic Generator Matrix
BGMBase Genetic Matrix
BGMBritish Golf Museum (UK)
BGMBelow Gross Margin
BGMBébés Génétiquement Modifiés (French: Genetically Modified Babies)
BGMBrooklyn, Guernsey and Malcom (school district; Iowa)
BGMBluesafe Guest Manager (computer networking company; France)
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The Bouguer gravity map compiled after this survey by Khadim and Sakhawat (1986) provides useful information for understanding the structural setting of the study area (Fig.
Ethier (2001) also compiled a Bouguer gravity map fused with DEM (Fig.
Closer geological and structural observation (Figures 1 & 2) of this anomaly's axes suggested that its general trend followed an inferred granite intrusion area known as So'o granite The quite different nature of the Bouguer gravity map on the northern side was marked by gravity highs, bounded by relatively steep gradients occurring over or near higher metamorphic formations (granulite, migmatite and micaschist) and other granitic plutons, suggesting the existence of a suture zone between two of the crust's blocks (Kennedy, 1964).
Interpreting gravity and magnetic data can be aided by applying advanced processing: total horizontal derivative and isostatic residual/regional processing for the Bouguer gravity map Such techniques were applied here to aid understanding regional tectonics and structures
The Bouguer gravity map of the study area indicates all sources of contrast in rock density (deep sources as regional anomalies, shallow as the local anomalies).
The location of the event on the Bouguer gravity map of Kadri (1995) is shown in Fig.2.