December 02, 2016
New Interpretation of Magnetic Data in Northeast BC

 Geoscience BC is pleased to announce the release of a study which uses the Peace Project airborne magnetic data to map the crystalline basement rocks in northeast British Columbia.

A brief description of the report is provided below. The report is now available through Geoscience BC's website or our Earth Science Viewer.


Aeromagnetic Data Processing, Peace Region, British Columbia
by Scott Hogg & Associates Ltd.

Geoscience BC Report 2016-17 presents the results of a study focused on using airborne magnetic data to map the crystalline basement rocks in northeast BC. Using airborne magnetic data recently collected as part of the Peace Project airborne survey as well as existing Geological Survey of Canada data, the report presents an interpretation of faults and the depth to basement. Digital products include geosoft-format grid files and maps, images, and 3-D inversion files.

View 2016-17 Report in Earth Science Viewer

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Carolyn Baldridge
Manager, Communications and Outreach
Geoscience BC
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