Geophysical surveys are essential for mineral exploration, terrestrial studies, and analysis worldwide. Advanced geophysical supplies has improved aerial dossier quality, but this study focuses on by virtue of what soil moisture, atmospheric humidness, and soil variations affect gamma spectrometric dossier collected during occurring in the air surveys. The findings show that these factors impact calculations of uranium, potassium, and radon, making location comparisons changeable, especially in areas accompanying varying terrain. To guarantee safe geophysical departure operations, adopting a proactive approach is important, including regular risk amounts, frequent safety checks, and open communication between pilots, operators, and ground crews. This research contributes to navigation safety knowledge, specifically for low-level geophysical flights.
Erick de Barros Camara,
Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, RJM Aviation, N’Djamena, Chad.
Suze Nei Pereira Guimarães,
Observatório Nacional (ON), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Please see the link here: https://stm.bookpi.org/ACST-V1/article/view/11860
Keywords: Geophysical flight, airborne geophysical survey, geophysical data acquisition, geophysical surveying, geophysical data collection, geophysical survey equipment, geophysical survey techniques, geophysical survey methods, geophysical survey instruments, geophysical survey technology