Electromagnetic Inversion Data Released from SGL's Ireland Survey

July 2020 - Geological Survey of Ireland (GSI) has announced the release of inversion results for SGL's frequency domain electromagnetic (SGFEM) data acquired over two Tellus survey blocks, Waterford and Cork (A6). The new data product includes grids and data that can be viewed in cross section, and can be downloaded free of change from the GSI website (Waterford, Cork).

New Tellus Electromagnetic Inversion Data Released July 2020

Geological Survey Ireland (gsi.ie), 16 July 2020


Gravity Data to be Released from SGL's Western Australia AIRGrav Survey

March 2020 - The Geological Survey of Australia will release final data including grids and images from the Pilbara 2019 regional airborne gravity survey. Data can be downloaded from GeoVIEW.WA, GSWA's interactive mapping application on or after 19 March.


SGL Wins a 2020 Employer Excellence Award

March 2020 - The Employer Excellence Award from Hire Immigrants Ottawa (HIO) honours "local employers for their innovative workplace policies and practices around the recruitment and integration of skilled immigrant employees into their organization." SGL Co-President, Luise Sander, was presented with the award at the Employer Council of Champions Summit, held at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa on March 11. On receiving the award, Luise said: “Sander Geophysics is a company founded by an immigrant to Canada. We are very pleased to be recognized by this award. Throughout our 64 year history, hiring recent immigrants has always been one of our core values and has led our company to have diversity unparalleled in our industry.”

2020 Awards Recipient: Sander Geophysics Limited

hire immigrants ottawa (hireimmigrantsottawa.ca), March 2020

Hire Immigrants Ottawa summit pushes for inclusion amid COVID-19 uncertainty

Ottawa Business Journal (obj.ca), March 2020


SGL Multi-Parameter Data from Newfoundland Released

March 2020 - The Natural Resources department of the province of Newfoundland and Labrador has released over 9,500 line kilometres of magnetic gradiometer, radiometric and VLF-EM data acquired by SGL during the fall of 2019. The data cover the Twillick Brook area of south-central Newfoundland. Available products include digital data (line and grids), GIS layers, maps and a technical report.

Airborne Survey of the Twillick Brook Area

Natural Resources, Newfoundland and Labrador (gov.nl.ca), March 2020


Latest Phase of Ireland's Tellus Airborne Geophysical Survey Data Released

February 2020 - The Geological Survey Ireland (GSI) has released geophysical data acquired by Sander Geophysics during the spring and summer of 2019 over the southeast of the country. SGL´s de Havilland Twin Otter (registration C-GSGF) gathered over 35,000 lkm of data using this unique multi-parameter platform, which includes the high resolution SGFEM four frequency electromagnetic system, total field magnetics and full-spectrum radiometrics. According to the GSI, "these new data map over 600 million years of complicated and varied geology; from traces of long lost continents, dramatic volcanic arcs and the massive granite intrusions which still dominate the landscape today." The new data can be accessed online here free of charge. Sander Geophysics looks forward to returning to Ireland this spring to complete the next phase of this important project.

Tales from Tellus - Incredible photos from 2011 to the present as SGL pilots fly over Ireland.

Geological Survey Ireland release new data and images from Ireland’s southeast

Geological Survey Ireland (gsi.ie), 27 February 2020


Sander Geophysics' Uncovers New Geological Features in Ireland

November 2019 - Group Eleven, a mineral exploration company active in Ireland, announced that their preliminary analysis of the multi-parameter data Sander Geophysics recently acquired for the Geological Survey of Ireland's Tellus Programme revealed some previously unknown geological features. Bart Jaworski, CEO of Group Eleven stated that: "To have such an extensive, uniform and high-quality data set over the entire 1,200 km2 Stonepark and PG West project is a big step forward for Group Eleven. We are excited to now use this information to fast-track and refine our plans for what should be an exciting exploration program in 2020 on this project." Sander Geophysics has been part of the Tellus Programme gathering high resolution four frequency SGFEM electromagnetic data, as well as radiometric and magnetic data, on an annual basis, since 2015 and is eager to start the next campaign in 2020.

Group Eleven Identifies Previously-Unknown and Prospective Geological Features from Airborne Survey at Stonepark and PG West Projects, Ireland

Cision (newswire.ca), 13 November 2019


More of SGL's Multi-Parameter Data Released by Geological Survey Ireland

October 2019 - The Geological Survey Ireland (GSI) has released new multi-parameter data that Sander Geophysics completed flying in the spring of 2019. SGL acquired and processed over 40,000 lkm of high resolution four frequency SGFEM electromagnetic data, along with radiometric and magnetic data in this stage of GSI's ongoing Tellus Programme. According to GSI, SGL's airborne data will help with geological mapping and mineral exploration, as well as assist with environmental management. Sander Geophysics is very proud to be working with GSI, and the company looks forward to returning to Ireland in 2020 to complete the next phase of this important project.

New geochemical and geophysical data released by Tellus Survey at Geological Survey Ireland

Geological Survey Ireland (gsi.ie), 15 October 2019