Magnetic Methods


Geophysics

Magnetic methods measure the earth’s magnetic field and anomalies caused by naturally occurring and manmade ferrous materials. Theoretical models can be used to approximate size, depth, shape, and composition of various targets. Collier utilizes magnetic methods on a variety of engineering and environmental applications including drone-based magnetometer systems.

Drone-based magnetometer system mapping abandoned oil wells and flow lines in Colorado
Drone-based magnetometer system mapping abandoned oil wells and flow lines in Colorado

Typical Applications of Magnetic Methods

Ground-based magnetometer survey in Death Valley
Ground-based magnetometer survey in Death Valley
  • Buried metal objects
  • Ordnance UXO
  • Utility mapping and detection
  • Clearing of borehole locations
  • Abandoned wells
  • Faults and structure
  • Archeology