The majority of environmentally relevant geophysical investigations involve imaging the bedrock surface and the identification of permeable faults and decompaction zones in the subsurface that pose a threat to groundwater water resources.
- Costs for high resolution surveying of several lines totalling 1 km for less than 15’000 €
- Exact localisation of fault and decompaction zones for the positioning of boreholes
Example: Mapping subsurface structures in a groundwater endangered geological setting
Situation plan of a high resolution hybrid seismic surveying on the site of a chemical factory for assessing the potential of polluants posing a risk to aquifers in the underground: