Sander Geophysics: Final Flight in Ireland for 2017 Marks Major Tellus Milestone

Sander Geophysics: Final Flight in Ireland for 2017 Marks Major Tellus Milestone

The final flight of the 2017 Tellus survey marks a significant milestone with more than 50% of Ireland officially “mapped”. Over 46,000 lkm of data were acquired this year using SGL’s multi-parameter platform, which includes the high resolution SGFEM four frequency electromagnetic system.

Minister for Natural Resources, Séan Kyne, TD, stated that: “The new data will further reveal the geological make-up of Ireland demonstrating the benefits of the Tellus Programme which include protecting public health, increasing agricultural productivity and allowing for a greater understanding of the country’s natural resources.”

Data from all of the previous Tellus surveys are available for download at no charge on the Tellus website, and the newly acquired data will be available in the spring of 2018.

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