SkyTEM to map water resources in Southern United States

map water resources in Southern United StatesSkyTEM is pleased to announce that we have entered into agreement with the Texas A&M University, Texas A&M AgriLife Research and the Texas Water Resources Institute to collect, process and deliver time domain electromagnetic data as part of a project with Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board. Advanced processing of the data will be performed by Aarhus Geophysics. The data will be used to identify salinity sources as an aid to understanding the mechanisms involved in the transport of solute in the Pecos River.

The SkyTEM304 system, an innovative and technologically advanced airborne geophysical system specifically designed to map buried aquifers, will be employed.