Using Airborne Aeromagnetic Survey Data for Geophysical Exploration

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Geophysical Mapping

An airborne magnetic survey is one of the most effective tools for creating geophysical mapping of a regional survey area.  The ability to acquire magnetic data over large, regional properties from the air is both economical and efficient, gathering data rapidly over larger areas in much shorter periods of time.
Junior Mining and Exploration companies are especially interested in the benefits of aerial airborne surveys and the geophysical data they gather. The success of mineral prospecting is determined by a Jr. mining company’s ability to detect the presence of desirable minerals. Geophysical data is essential to understanding the geological composition of a survey area and the potential for concentrations of minerals.

Better Survey Methods – Better Geophysical Data

In order to ensure that the aeromagnetic survey is successful and the highest level of geophysical data is recorded, it is important to ensure the survey is executed using the correct equipment and methods.
Established professional geophysicists employ crews which understand the unique challenges involved with magnetic, radiometric, electromagnetic, and gravity-based airborne surveys. They are able to use the specialized equipment to their advantage  to plan and execute the survey, but also to help analyze the data that is acquired.   
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