Aeromagnetic survey in south-eastern Greenland: project Aeromag 2013
Aeromagnetic surveys are nowadays used at a wide range of scales and purposes. In frontier and under-explored areas, where data are otherwise sparse or non-existent, aeromagnetic acquisition remains the cheapest and easiest way to obtain or refine a picture of the structural setting. Aeromagnetic data are also useful for strategic planning of geological mapping campaigns and detailed geophysical data acquisition. Moreover, aeromagnetic data are of importance for prospecting, helping to define prospects. Large aeromagnetic surveys can be carried out efficiently and safely almost everywhere, in a short period of time and at reasonable cost.
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