SGC geophysicists have recently completed a regional to target-scale hydrogeophysical investigation of fractured bedrock aquifers in the Yilgarn.
The work started with the processing and visualisation of open-file airborne magnetics and radiometric data, geology, and DTMs in GIS, followed by structural interpretation and preliminary targeting by Principal Geophysicist Karen Gilgallon.
Our client’s hydrogeology team then completed the targeting of potential drill sites. For some of these, additional information was required.
Principal Geophysicist Remke van Dam led the helicopter-supported follow-up field investigations using a combination of tools suited for each target: high-resolution ground magnetics, frequency-domain EM, electrical resistivity imaging, and passive seismic surveys.
Are you interested to learn more about how a comprehensive hydrogeophysical investigation can help limit the risk of drilling dry holes? Get in touch with us at email@example.com.