Aarhus Geophysics is happy to invite you to participate in Airborne IP workshop held on October 21 2016 (W-16), at the 86-th SEG annual meeting in Dallas, TX
Preliminary geophysical results of AEM mapping of hydrogeology in the Peace River area of British Columbia for responsible resource development
The objectives of the Peace Project are to map shallow aquifers in northeast BC’s Peace Region through the integration of shallow well data, shallow 3D seismic and airborne EM (AEM). The project area covers approximately a 8,000 square kilometre area. AEM is to play a significant part in this project, given its desired timeframe, the type of target, the area’s dimension. A SkyTEM survey of approximately 21000 line-km was flown and is undergoing advanced processing and inversions to provide the basis for subsequent hydrogeological modelling. We present the results of the Phase 1 of the AEM data processing and inversions. Comparison with ancillary information is encouraging, and so is the depth of investigation and the spatial resolution obtained. The technical results from this program will aid First Nations, communities and all levels of governments in making informed decisions on groundwater management.
Presentation Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2016
Start Time: 8:00:00 AM
Workshop passes are available for US $100 for member, US $200 for nonmembers, and US $30 for students and include access to any or all post-convention workshops.
When registering please indicate which workshop sessions you are most likely to attend. Please note that the number of seats available in each session is limited and offered on a first-come, first-served basis. If seats are available, movement between workshops during a session will be permitted.
Aarhus Geophysics is pleased to participate in the 25-th International Geophysical Conference and Exhibition (ASEG) in Adelaide, Australia (Aug 21 - 24, 2016). Please visit us at booth 60.
Aarhus Geophysics is pleased to share its recent publication "Airborne IP: examples from the Mount Milligan deposit, Canada, and the Amakinskaya kimberlite pipe, Russia" published in "Exploration Geophysics" journal