Electromagnetic Conductivity (EM)

Measures the ease of which current flow can be induced in material. Effective for detecting conductive features, such as geomorphology and subsurface landforms, ditches and earthworks.
A woman pulling EM equipment in a field

Electromagnetic Conductivity (EM) measures the ease with which electrical current can be induced in a material.

Effective for conductive features, such as geomorphological features, ditches and earthworks. Our equipment can be configured as a wide array to locate geomorphological features at depth, or as a smaller array to detect finer and shallower features such as earthworks and ditches.

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