The United States has a diverse geology that encompasses a wide range of rock types, landforms, and geological processes. The country’s topography varies from sea level to ~4600 meters above sea level. This topography is characterized by various regions, each with its unique geological features.

Airborne surveys in the United States are conducted for various purposes, including geological mapping, environmental monitoring, resource exploration, and infrastructure planning. The United States leverages advanced technologies and contributes valuable data for various scientific, economic, and environmental applications. Coordination with regulatory authorities, adherence to safety protocols, and collaboration with relevant stakeholders are crucial for the success of airborne survey projects.

New-Sense Geophysics specializes in mountainous terrain in its airborne geophysics surveys. Our helicopter and fixed-wing operators are typically trained on site and rigorously follow international aviation standards and regulations. Pilots are trained to handle the specific challenges associated with flying in a diverse and dynamic environment.

Almost 500,000 line kilometers have been collected here by New-Sense Geophysics since 2006.

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