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Field Surveys

Land Gravity

We have experience in a wide range of land gravity surveys. From the burning sands of the Arabian desert to the frozen tundra of the Canadian Arctic, MEG Systems has worked in all environments. A critical component of land gravity is maintaining a high level of accuracy in the equipment over the entire day while traversing a wide variety of terrain conditions. Experience and more experience makes the difference.

State-of-the-art GPS and gravity equipment, combined with expert know-how, computer processing and mapping will produce the much sought after daily production reports and maps that guide the survey.

Land Survey

Longline Gravity

MEG Systems knows longline gravity surveys, so much so that we built our own system at one time. Now we use Scintrex meters on a contract basis to give our clients the latest and best equipment on the market. This translates into better data, at a better cost, with less down-time.

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Heligrav Brochure PDF file (2 pages, 1.7 Mb)

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Underwater Gravity

Whether it's Naples, Italy, Tanzania, Papua New Guinea, the Beaufort Sea, NWT, the Persian Gulf, or the Atlantic, we've been there. Surveys can be conducted at depths ranging from 2 to 800 meters. Modern GPS tracking and water pressure sensors can position all gravity stations precisely for accurate data processing and interpretation. Water and weather conditions often determine the size of boat and production rates. The same fast acquisition times are available on shallow water surveys as they are for longline helicopter surveys.

The Scintrex SeaGrav is the same Scintrex CG3/CG5 meter fitted inside a pressurized and watertight bell for marine surveys. Additional instrumentation allows full operator control of data collection from a laptop computer onboard the boat.

Marine Survey

Ground-based Magnetics

Precise Positioning with GPS

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