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Yukon Crossing to Fox Geophysical Survey

Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys, in conjunction with the University of Alaska Fairbanks, Institute of Northern Engineering, Water and Environmental Research Center, managed the collection of a single 128-kilometer line of frequency domain electromagnetic and magnetic data from Yukon Crossing to Fox, Interior Alaska. The data were collected to facilitate understanding of processes within a hydrology-permafrost-methane system in an area of discontinuous permafrost and thaw lakes in the sub-arctic region. The survey line covers selected areas pertinent to the scope of research. The survey line was flown on March 1st, 2016. Data were collected by CGG using the RESOLVE airborne geophysical survey system and measured 30 m above the ground surface from a helicopter-towed sensor platform ('bird') on a 30-m-long line.

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