DMT Geosciences provides geophysical services to engineering, environmental, and exploration challenges
A well-designed geophysical program can provide critical information to help locate unexpected hazards, strategically place boreholes, and control contractor bids. Soil mapping and boreholes provide detailed information of subsurface conditions on a small scale at specific locations. Conversely, geophysics provides continuity of general subsurface information between sample points, reducing the risk of encountering surprises that can result in cost overruns.
DMT Geosciences is a geophysical company based in Calgary, Alberta and Vancouver, British Columbia. The Canadian subsidiary of DMT Group, its geophysicists and experts are very experienced in finding the right geophysical methods for your exploration projects. We have expertise in working closely with other experts in the fields of geology, hydrogeology and many other areas to produce the optimal outcome for a project.
In the area of geophysics, we offer services for airborne geophysics, marine geophysics, seismic surveys, near-surface investigations as well as mineral exploration. Among our customers are oil companies, the gas industry and mining industry in the Calgary area as well as other regions of Canada. We conduct measurements onshore and offshore, underground and on surface level.
DMT Geosciences specializes in the acquisition, processing and interpretation of near-surface geophysical data. Converse to the approach of organizations that rely on a small selection of methods, DMT draws from a wide range of available tools with the necessary experience to determine those most suitable for the survey objectives. This combination of complementary methods helps to reduce the uncertainty that comes with interpreting the results of geophysical surveys. DMT offers a careful analysis of the survey objectives and uses a great breadth of experience to suggest the best methods from a wide array of geophysical techniques. If necessary, DMT will not hesitate to suggest alternative approaches including rejecting the use of geophysics entirely.