Geophysics - Program Information
The Airborne Geophysical/Geological Mineral Inventory (AGGMI) program is a multi-year investment to expand the knowledge base of Alaska's mineral resources and catalyze private-sector mineral development. Products resulting from airborne geophysical surveys generally include: 1:63,360-scale aeromagnetic and airborne electromagnetic maps, 1:63,360-scale geologic maps; and various other geological, geochemical, and geophysical data compilations.
Questions relating the geophysics program or to geophysics publications should be directed to: Laurel Burns
Kuskokwim area geophysical data release
UPDATE: Technical difficulties have forced us to postpone the next geophysical data release, until Friday, November 15 at 3pm. We regret the inconvenience. The aeromagnetic and electromagnetic geophysical survey data for the Kuskokwim area (Southern Dishna River, Fox Hills, and Beaver Creek) will be released in DVD and paper formats at the DGGS office, 3354 College Road in Fairbanks. Digital files of the data and maps will also be available at no cost on the division website.
2013 Airborne geophysical contract
Areas being flown for the 2013 Airborne geophysical contract are all of the area for East Styx (figure 4.2 ) and all of the area EXCEPT for D for Wrangellia (Figure 4.3). None of the "Eastern Survey" is being flown.
The figures were taken from the RFP, where the digital blocks are available.
NOTE: If you are interested in flight line location, contact Laurel Burns, 907-451-5021