MT Plot – hydroGEOPHYSICS

HGI conducted an AMT survey in California in 2020 to provide depth to bedrock, basin-fill thickness, and fill hydrogeological properties to support a potential drilling campaign for groundwater wells. The figure highlights a clear contrast between resistive versus conductive material, indicating changes in physical properties. The AMT results were combined with gravity to provide a detailed image of the subsurface structure in the area. The two methods complemented one another to image fault structure, alluvial deposit thickness, and zones of saturation | hydroGEOPHYSICS

HGI conducted an AMT survey in California in 2020 to provide depth to bedrock, basin-fill thickness, and fill hydrogeological properties to support a potential drilling campaign for groundwater wells. The figure highlights a clear contrast between resistive versus conductive material, indicating changes in physical properties. The AMT results were combined with gravity to provide a detailed image of the subsurface structure in the area. The two methods complemented one another to image fault structure, alluvial deposit thickness, and zones of saturation.