aeromagnetic surveying

aeromagnetic surveying

[‚e·rō·mag′ned·ik sər′vā·iŋ]
(geophysics)
The mapping of the magnetic field of the earth through the use of electronic magnetometers suspended from aircraft.
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S are specialists in low level ultra-detailed aeromagnetic surveying, and pioneered the use of fixed-wing agricultural aircraft for airborne geophysical work.
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Further trenching will be carried out in conjunction with the soil sampling program aeromagnetic surveying to understand the underlying structures and delineate diamond drilling targets for early in the new year.