Regolith Mapping and Modelling Print E-mail

Surficial geology expresses detailed features about how local and regional geology interacts within the contemporary environment. Regolith profiles also preserve great detail about geological evolution, and also palaeogeography. Regolith is an essential component of basin and hydrothermal geothermal systems. It can be used to obtain nformation about landscape stability, weathering and erosion rates, ground water flow and discharge zones. Older geological features are also often preserved within in regolith profiles. Another important component of regolith studies is being able to determine surficial features on geophysical imagery, so that subsurface features can be better modelled.

3D-GEO offers' a complete regolith service from mapping and geophysics through to dispersion modelling and surficial geochemistry. 3D-GEO's mapping techniques involve field work as well as remotely sensed imagery, geophysics and attribute analysis. Mapping of surface geology models allows for strategic traverses across key structures, targeting critical areas to resource exploration/development.Detailed mapping and analysis of surficial geology using the Internationally acclaimed RTMap techniques developed by Geoscience Australia and CSIRO. 3D-GEO produces interactive databases of all materials used in the mapping process such that mapping and be further refined for specific purposes. 3D-GEO specializes in integrating these data sets and maps into geothermal systems.

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