| ||October 28, 2009|
Geoscience BC Releases Report 2009-18 "Report on 1D Inversion Modelling of the QUEST-West Helicopter-Borne AeroTEM System Electromagnetic Data"
| ||Geoscience BC (GBC) is pleased to announce the release of GBC Report 2009-18 "Report on 1D Inversion Modelling of the QUEST-West Helicopter-Borne AeroTEM System Electromagnetic Data". |
This report describes the EM1DTM Inversion modelling carried out on the AeroTEM electromagnetic data from Geoscience BC's QUEST-West Project. Data collected over the two large-scale blocks of the QUEST-West area and the six infill areas (Huckleberry, Bell, Granisle, Equity Silver, Endako and Morrison) were inverted to produce pseudo 3D resistivity models. The UBC-GIF EM1DTM code was used to produce a 1D resistivity model at each sounding location. These 1D models were then concatenated to produce a 2D image of the subsurface along the survey lines. Two-dimensional lines were then displayed in 3D space.
Geoscience BC Report 2009-18 can now be downloaded through the Data Releases section of Geoscience BC's website. Click here to go to Geoscience BC Report 2009-18.
The original QUEST-West AeroTEM System Electromagnetic dataset was released by Geoscience BC in January 2009 as Geoscience BC Report 2009-6. Click here to go to Geoscience BC Report 2009-6.
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