The March 2016 issue of the trade journal “The Leading Edge” features a magnetic geophysical survey done using an unmanned air system (UAS) in Alberta. This project was part of the M.Sc. research of Michael Cunningham (M.Sc. Earth Sciences, 2016), done under the supervision of Prof. Claire Samson, and sponsored by Stratus Aeronautics. “The Leading Edge” is published by the international Society of Exploration Geophysics and reaches more than 15,000 (print version) and 50,000 (digital version) geophysicists worldwide.
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