DMT has over 20 years’ experience managing and interpreting airborne geophysical surveys. Applications for airborne geophysical surveys include: groundwater exploration and investigation, oil and gas exploration, mining exploration, aggregate exploration and geotechnical engineering investigations.
Airborne EM has been extensively used in exploration for precious metal, base metal, diamonds and many other commodities. DMT is well positioned to supply expertise from our Vancouver office for mining exploration projects. The EM method relies on there being a significant electrical contrast between the target and surrounding material. The size, depth and resistivity contrast of the target are important factors which should be evaluated in advance of conducting an aerial geophysical survey. DMT draws on extensive experience in a variety of geological environments worldwide and can assist in evaluating existing data and in feasibility and design of new airborne geophysical surveys to match the required specifications.
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