The animation below shows the results from a comprehensive re-modelling of the SkyTEM data from the Imperial block, in the Horn River Basin, British Columbia. The publicly available dataset is one of four, acquired in 2011 in the Phase II of a collaborative geoscience project between Geoscience BC and the Horn River Basin Producers Group. The latter project aims at undertaking baseline research on water resources in the Horn River Basin. Aarhus Geophysics undertook the re-processing and re-inversion of the source SkyTEM data to verify if, by applying procedures which are state of the art in the field of AEM applied to hydrogeological mapping, further valuable information could be extracted from the existing dataset, The results obtained clealry highlight interesting resistive and conductive structures, both near surface and at depth, throughout the survey block. For example, deep (about 150m) consistent conductors (possibly shales) were clearly imaged and resolved. Visualisation in 3D of the results rendered in Geoscene 3D, courtesy of I-GIS

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