March 04, 2011
CLOSED: Horn River Basin Airborne Electromagnetic Survey Pilot Study


Geoscience BC is pleased to issue this Request for Proposals (RFP) for a Horn River Basin Airborne Electromagnetic Survey Pilot Study. Specifically, Geoscience BC is looking for proposals to undertake an airborne electromagnetic (AEM) geophysical survey pilot study of four test areas in the Horn River Basin to determine the applicability of the AEM techniques to identify and map sources of near surface groundwater in the basin.

For more details on this RFP and proposal specifications, please download the following PDF file:

Proposals should be submitted by e-mail no later than 12 pm (Pacific) on March 18, 2011. All questions and communication should be directed to Christa Sluggett, Project Geologist and Communications Coordinator, Geoscience BC.

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You can view the Previous Request for Proposals item: Mon May 30, 2011, CLOSED: Airborne Magnetic Surveys in the QUEST-Northwest Project Area

You can view the Next Request for Proposals item: Wed Jan 19, 2011, CLOSED: Horn River Basin Surface Water Monitoring Study

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