Geoscience BC Report 2008-10

Airborne Gravity Survey QUEST-West, British Columbia - 2008
by Sander Geophysics Limited

Report Components

Note: The primary data in the Quest West airborne gravity data set is the gridded data, as final processing and quality control is done on grid based data. The *.xyz database of point oriented data may contain small differences with the values in the grids, depending on the griding process used.

  • Technical Report (pdf, 28.5 MB)
  • Raw Data - Readme file (txt, 7 KB)
  • Raw Data in Geosoft Format ASCII Line Data (zip, 127 MB)

  • Raw Data in Geosoft Grids:
    Geosoft Grids
    (BC Albers NAD83)
    Geosoft Grids
    (UTM Zone 9 NAD83)
    Geosoft Grids
    (UTM Zone 10 NAD83)
    zip (2.64 MB) zip (2.64 MB) zip (2.64 MB)

  • PDF Maps:
      Digital Terrain
    Free Air
    Terrain Corrected
    Bouguer Gravity
    First Vertical Derivative
    of Bouguer Gravity
    1 : 500,000
    scale map
    pdf (13.0 MB) pdf (12.2 MB) pdf (7.07 MB) pdf (1.40 MB)
    1 : 250,000
    scale map
    zip (29.0 MB) zip (30.8 MB) zip (22.7 MB) zip (15.6 MB)


    Report Description
    Geoscience BC Report 2008-10 is part of the QUEST-West project, which covers over 40,000 square kilometers from Vanderhoof and Fort St. James to Terrace and Kitimat. The Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako, Northern Development Initiative Trust and the BC Geological Survey (Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources) partner with Geoscience BC on this project. This data release is on the airborne gravity survey conducted by Sander Geophysics Limited in the QUEST-West area of British Columbia.

    Suggested Reference
    Sander Geophysics Limited (2008): Airborne gravity survey, QUEST West, British Columbia - 2008; Geoscience BC, Report 2008-10, 129 p.

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