electromagnetic surveying

electromagnetic surveying

[i¦lek·trō·mag′ned·ik sər′vā·iŋ]
(engineering)
Underground surveying carried out by generating electromagnetic waves at the surface of the earth; the waves penetrate the earth and induce currents in conducting ore bodies, thereby generating new waves that are detected by instruments at the surface or by a receiving coil lowered into a borehole. Also known as electromagnetic prospecting.
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The survey is to include magnetic, gamma- ray spectrometry and time-domain electromagnetic surveying Response deadline (Irish time) 10-04-2015 13:00
The LPA had tapped EMGS, headquartered in Norway, to conduct electromagnetic surveying of Lebanon's near coastal waters as well as other areas further out to sea.
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Exploration will be comprised of airborne electromagnetic surveying to evaluate previously untested prospective areas and ground exploration to evaluate previously identified geochemical anomalies followed by drilling to test selected targets.
Experts in Controlled-Source Electromagnetic Surveying (CSEM), Electromagnetic Geoservices ASA (EMGS), is deploying 6G technologies from Sonardyne International Ltd.
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An Australian company, Bora Bora Resources Limited has began airborne electromagnetic surveying at its Matale Graphite Project in Sri Lanka.
EMGS, headquartered in Trondheim, Norway, provides seabed logging services using a proprietary electromagnetic surveying method.
V & GSR-Frankfurt /Freiverkehr) has retained Fugro Airborne Surveys to perform airborne, high-density, low-level magnetic and electromagnetic surveying over the Angelina Gold Property, located 27-km southeast of Bissett, Manitoba.
The George Lake area has had numerous diamond drilling, airborne electromagnetic surveying, geological, magnetometor, surficial geology and soil sample surveys conducted on these claims, from the late 1960's, to the early 1990's, after diamond drilling was completed in 1969 to 1970, an ore reserve calculation was released and recorded on Saskatchewan mineral deposit index #0663 of the Saskatchewan industry and resources website.
emgs, headquartered in Trondheim, Norway, provides seabed logging services utilising a proprietary electromagnetic surveying method.
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