Magnetic surveys are used in mining to find mineral-bearing ore bodies, kimberlite pipes, mafic units or even oil-bearing sedimentary structures. In environmental application total field magnetic surveys can be used as supplementary technique in order to map contents of the subsurface rich in magnetite or other magnetic minerals (pyrrhotite, chromite, ilmenite, etc). These can be mine tailings, heavy processing liquids used to convey refuse into impounding structures, etc. In addition to mining and environmental application our team has experience in successfully applying magnetic surveying to find buried cased wells in US and Canada. We also have experience in applying ground based machinery (snowmobiles and ATV trucks) to carry out quick and cost-effective magnetic surveys in Northern Canada.

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