Geophysical Applications and Our Services
Electromagnetics provide a rapid assessment method for locating buried metal objects, debris/fill, and identifying conductivity changes associated with contaminated sites.
Resistivity provides a method of identifying subsurface stratigraphic changes, groundwater characteristics, karst mapping, void detection, and chlorinated plume mapping.
GPR is an effective tool used to map geologic units, identify buried debris, remains, and larger buried objects such as underground storage tanks (USTs).
Seismic methods are an excellent tool for characterizing subsurface densities, mapping the depth of rock units and thickness of overburden, and can provide quantified density data to geotechnical engineers.