Environmental, Hydrogeology and Archaeological

Environmental Geophysics

Assessment of site environmental hazards such as;

  • Location and delineation of uncontrolled fill such as buried waste drums. Magnetometer, FEM and GPR
  • Location of remnant subsurface infrastructure. FEM and GPR
  • Location of unexploded ordnance (UXOs). Magnetometer and FEM
  • Delineation of inorganic contaminant plumes. FEM and ERI
  • Detection of abandoned mine workings including shafts and adits. GPR, FEM and ERI
  • Tree root mapping. GPR
  • Delineation of landfill extents, fill base and capping thickness. MASW, GPR, ERI and FEM

Assessment of subsurface hydrogeological conditions including;

  • Mapping of geological sequences for groundwater including identification of potential aquifer/aquitard units. ERI, FEM and TEM
  • Determination of water table depth. ERI
  • Targeting geological sequences with high groundwater yields. TEM and ERI
  • Defining fresh / saltwater interface. ERI and TEM.
  • Assessment of dryland salinity. FEM

Assessment of sites of archaeological significance including;

  • Buried remnant structures including walls, slabs and footings. GPR, FEM and Magnetometer
  • Unmarked grave site locations at cemeteries, private burial sites, forensics as well as aboriginal sites and interments. GPR
  • Marine archaeological sites including wreck location. Marine magnetometer and side scan sonar.

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