Portable electromagnetic equipment including 25 Earth data logger long-period MT sets; 20 LEMI-424 long-period MT sets; up to 25 LEMI-423 broadband MT sets; and 5 Phoenix MTU-5C ultra-broadband MT sets. 5 licences of Geotools (CGG), 5 licences of EMPower (Phoenix) and (TBA) access to CGG 3D MT Inversion software.
These are based at the University of Adelaide. Please contact Prof Graham Heinson for more information and access.
Reflection Seismic Equipment
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.
Broad-band equipment including 50 sets of portable broad-band seismometers and high-fidelity, solar-powered recorders and 100 LPR-200 solid-state recorders with internal batteries that are suitable for deployments up to 3-4 months without servicing. Also, Lennartz LE-3Dlite 3-component 1Hz seismometers (1 Hz); 50 Trillium Compact broadband sensors (3-component, up to 120s; and 50 new TerraSAWR recorders with internal batteries and compact solar panels.
These are based at Australian National University. Please contact Dr Michelle Salmon for more information and access.
Ocean Bottom Seismometers
Equipment includes 17 sets of Guralp broadband 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 and insurance of the equipment while in transit and on seafloor is the responsibility of the proponents of experiments.
These are based at Research School of Earth Science, Australian National University. Please contact Dr Alexey Goncharov for more information and access.
Access to portable petrophysical equipment including downhole seismic equipment and earthquake aftershock recorders,