Electromagnetics

Electromagnetics

ELECTOMAGNETICS Electromagnetic methods work by transmitting electromagnetic signals from looped wire (the transmitter loop), this signal generates secondary electrical current that are then recorded at a receiver loop. The changing in decay of the signal over time...
IP/Resistivity

IP/Resistivity

IP/RESISTIVITY Fender Geophysics’ key strength is our experience in running numerous styles of Induced Polarisation (IP) in a wide range of environments such as the remote parts of Australia, Peru and Russia, as well as densely populated areas of NSW. We have gained a...
Ground Magnetics

Ground Magnetics

Ground Magnetics Fender Geophysics has years of experience applying ground magnetic surveys to a range of projects in varying environments from large mineral exploration surveys to the detection of buried metal objects such as steel drums and tanks. Magnetic surveys...
Gravity

Gravity

GRAVITY Measurements of gravity provide information about densities of rocks in the subsurface by making precise measurements of the earth’s gravity field and how it changes spatially.  The gravity method is relatively quick, non-invasive and cheap, and can be used...
Magnetotellurics

Magnetotellurics

Magnetotelluric Magnetotelluric (MT) methods are a passive geophysical method that infer the Earth’s subsurface resistivity though measuring naturally occurring geomagnetic and geoelectrical fields at the Earth’s surface. These naturally occurring fields occur over a...
pXRF

pXRF

PXRF Portable X-ray fluorescence (pXRF) is a technique used to provide rapid, non-destructive, in-situ chemical element analysis of rock, soil, dust and water. It can provide real-time, decision support for operational field decisions (exploration, mining, site...