Electromagnetics allow us to map the conductivity or resistivity of the surface and subsurface of the earth.

By measuring and interpreting the propagation of man-made (VTEM™) and naturally occurring (ZTEM™) electromagnetic fields, we can infer the conductivity of the subsurface or a specific geologic rock unit.

Electromagnetic surveys can map in 3 dimensions, from the surface to depths over 1,000 m, which provides great insight into the geological properties of the earth.

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