Tundra Airborne Surveys Ltd. (TAS) was incorporated in early 2004
to provide the mineral exploration community with an
alternative source for quality aeromagnetic surveys.
TAS offers fixed-wing magnetic surveys in single sensor
and horizontal gradiometer configurations. Survey
aircraft are configured with dual extended wing tip pods and
extended tail stingers. Since incorporation TAS has flown and compiled over
425,000 km. of high-resolution horizontal gradient surveys in
various locations across Northern Canada and Alaska.
We also offer radiometrics and VLF-EM
along with the magnetic surveying using a full spectrum Pico
Envirotec GRS-10 spectrometer and a Totem-2A VLF receiver.
Since 2006 TAS
has flown and complied 90,000 km of combined horizonatl magnetic gradient,
radiometrics, and VLF-EM in Northern and Eastern Canada.
In 2011 TAS entered into a partnership agreement with Scott Hogg & Associates of Toronto
whereby TAS operates SHA’s Heli-GT tri-axial helicopter gradiometer system and SHA continues
to do the processing and interpretation. In the first year of the partnership TAS flew a total
of 42,000 line kilometers of Heli-GT survey in various parts of Northern Ontario.
TAS is committed to providing the highest quality
geophysical data to our clients. We are using state of the art
geophysical and navigation systems to provide the highest
possible resolution. Our equipment is robust and backed up
with sufficient spares to virtually eliminate equipment down
Our field crew consists of both principals in TAS, a
senior geophysicist and an experienced equipment operator,
along with two or more survey pilot/engineers. Our
geophysicist has 30 years of practical survey experience
in both data acquisition and data processing with extensive
international expertise. Your data is quality checked and
processed after each survey flight with grids and profiles
available “next day” via e-mail or FTP.