Geoscience can be a useful tool for a number of applications that require investigation of the earth’s subsurface.
For archaeology, a number of methods can be employed by researchers to discover buried artefacts, study soils to understand human movement and land occupation, or examine and test samples with non-destructive methods.
Methods for archaeology include:
Geoscience can also be beneficial in agriculture. Methods can be used to study soils to improve
nutrient dispersement, irrigation, and crop yield.
Methods for agriculture include:
In addition to archaeology and agriculture, geoscience can be used for several other applications, including locating buried unexploded ordnance (UXO), geothermal, oil & gas exploration, remote sensing, and more. Please consult with us about your application to determine the best methods to achieve your goal.