A Practical One-Day Workshop on Airborne Electromagnetics

A Practical One-Day Workshop on Airborne Electromagnetics

Targeting geologists and geophysicists, this event was focussed on practical near-surface and mineral exploration applications of airborne electromagnetics. It will include practical theory, case studies and a review of recent and future developments.

Provisional program (including abstracts)

  • What are we measuring?
  • A review of AEM systems
  • Data visualisation and modelling
  • Minerals case studies: nickel, base metals, gold, uranium, manganese
  • Future developments

 

Presentations available for download are:

1 An overview of AEM systems (Bill Peters)
2 What are we measuring? (Paul Mutton)
3 Data visualisation (Kim Frankcombe)
4 Exploring for diamonds with AEM (Keith Jones)
5 VTEM & Abra (Jimmy Wood)
6 Oblique mineral targets, or horizontal layered noise? (Yusen Ley-Cooper)
7 AEM for definition of manganese mineralisation (King)
8 Geotechnical and regolith mapping (Chris Wijns)
9 Hydrogeological applications of AEM data (Camilla Sørensen)
10 Distal footprints of large ore systems (Tim Munday)
11 The future of AEM (Peter Fullagar)

This workshop was sponsored by Fugro, Geotech, GPX Surveys, GroundProbe, UTS Geophysics, SpectremAir and CSIRO Minerals Down Under Flagship.