cesium magnetometer

cesium magnetometer

[′sē·zē·əm ‚mag·nə′täm·əd·ər]
(engineering)
A magnetometer that uses a cesium atomic-beam resonator as a frequency standard in a circuit that detects very small variations in magnetic fields.
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As well, Geotech will be using a high sensitivity cesium magnetometer for mapping geologic structure and lithology.
It has been outfitted with sophisticated dive-support equipment and special marine survey and recovery equipment, including a "fish tow" cesium magnetometer, two hand- held cesium magnetometers, sub-bottom mapping electronic equipment and software, two 18-foot Boston Whalers, a heavy-duty crane, air compressors for diving tanks, and a full dive air Nitrox system.
Survey (VTEM) and a Cesium Magnetometer survey over the Company's 100% owned claim group located in the "North Rock" area 25 km east of Fort Francis, Ontario.
This vessel has been outfitted with special marine survey and recovery equipment, including a "fish tow" cesium magnetometer, two hand-held cesium magnetometers, sub-bottom mapping electronic equipment and software, two 18 foot Boston Whalers, and a heavy-duty crane.
The crew performed with excellence, and our state-of-the-art equipment was proven absolutely reliable and effective; especially the Webber designed diver operated cesium magnetometers that can now locate shipwrecks which surface-towed magnetometers could never find in complex coral reef environments.