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    Deep target detection

    I am purchasing a new geophysical instrument for my business that I will use for electrical conductivity profiling and mapping. This system can map the subsurface to a depth of over 25 m (~82 ft). I will be using this for professional work but I wondered if there are any treasure hunters who might be interested in using my services for locating deep targets. I will be using this instrument for mining surveys, environmental surveys, and mapping under/through seepage through dams and levees. Let me know if there is any one who might be interested and we can discuss potential costs and logistics.

    Thanks.
    Ryan E. North
    Research Geophysicist

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    Does it work on slopes, about maybe 20-45 degree slopes. And what is the brand. Most are gimmicks that are sold to unsuspecting and optimistic treasure hunters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 99thpercentile View Post
    I am purchasing a new geophysical instrument for my business that I will use for electrical conductivity profiling and mapping. This system can map the subsurface to a depth of over 25 m (~82 ft). I will be using this for professional work but I wondered if there are any treasure hunters who might be interested in using my services for locating deep targets. I will be using this instrument for mining surveys, environmental surveys, and mapping under/through seepage through dams and levees. Let me know if there is any one who might be interested and we can discuss potential costs and logistics.

    Thanks.
    Would you please come back and give us a report after you have used your instrument and tell us how well it did work.
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    Dr.

    Nov 2006
    Evergreen, CO
    Geonics EM61-MK2, Geophex GEM-3, GapEOD UltraTEM III, Minelabs F3, Foerster MINEX 2FD 4.500
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    11 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    I am a PhD geophysicist with 20+ years of performing geophysical surveys all over the world. I know almost every legitimate geophysical instrument manufacturer by first name and have tested prototypes for a lot of them. I realize that many hobbyist treasure hunters are taken advantage by unscrupulous companies trying to foist fake instruments on them. I know the people developing this instrument and they are very well respected in the mining industry.

    Yes this can work on slopes, but I would definitely walk across the slope and not up it.
    Ryan E. North
    Research Geophysicist

 

 

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