Detailed and accurate mapping of the subsurface
SkyTEM’s airborne geophysical system collects and delivers accurate finely detailed maps of the earth’s subsurface quickly and economically. This geophysical technology, time-domain electromagnetics (TDEM), can be compared to Magnetic Resonance (MR) scans performed on the human body as it is a non-invasive way to detect and define geological features and conditions buried beneath the surface. Subtle variations in geology can be identified, mapped, and characterized in 3 dimensions by detecting variations, or anomalies, thus providing insights into the composition of the soil, overburden and bedrock.
The SkyTEM method is a significant departure from conventional airborne geophysical techniques as it is capable of accurately resolving subtle changes in geology in fine detail – from the very near surface to depths approaching 600 metres. Explorers for natural resources, hydrologists, engineers and scientists faced with the responsibility to make crucial decisions based on understanding the Earth’s subsurface depend on SkyTEM technology to provide solutions. The SkyTEM method is employed worldwide for a wide variety of mapping needs – from finding water on a Galapagos Island and studying the slope stability of Mount St. Helens, to pre-construction engineering and environmental applications to minerals and oil exploration programs.
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