Portable electromagnetic equipment including 25 broadband MT instruments, 40 low-frequency MT instruments, and 80 electric field loggers. Additionally, 15 sets of data recorders are available, and can be configured for use with both seismic and magnetotelluric sensors.
ANSIR is able to arrange reflection experiments for a wide variety of project goals, survey parameters, logistics, permitting and licensing requirements and consequent equipment requirements.
These are based at Geoscience Australia in Canberra. Please contact Marina Costello for more info.
Broad-band equipmentincluding50 sets of portable broad-band seismometers and high-fidelity, solar-powered recorders. Plus 120 new LPR-200 solid-state recorders with internal batteries that are suitable for deployments up to 3-4 months without servicing. Lennartz LE-3Dlite 3-component 1Hz seismometers (1 Hz); 50 Trillium Compact broadband sensors (3-component, up to 120s.
These are based at Australian National Uni. Please contact Dr Michelle Salmon for more info.
Ocean Bottom Seismometers
Equipment includes 20 sets of Guralp ocean bottom seismometers (OBS). Users must be able to support trained technical personnel, and have scientific personnel with prior OBS experience on hand. Ship-time is the responsibility of the proponents [DIFF. FROM USER?] of experiments.
These are based at Geoscience Australia / Australian National University. Please contact Dr Alexey Goncharov for more info.
Access to portable petrophysical equipment including downhole seismic equipment and earthquake aftershock recorders, which are hosted at AuScope’s Subsurface Observatory at Melbourne Uni.