Natural field methods are those that detect variations within the natural fields associated with the Earth passively, such as the gravitational and magnetic fields. The field of natural potential observed is due to different geological formations, which make up the Earth's crust.
For our geophysical services, relative measurements of lateral variations are usually made, looking for anomalies; For example associated with mineral deposits. These techniques are often used in oil exploration, mining explorations and archaeological artifacts.
In the gravimetric method, subsurface geology is investigated on the basis of variations in the gravitational field of the Earth derived from the differences in density between subsoil rocks
The magnetic method explores the spatial distribution of magnetized rocks and buried ferrous metal objects, and then makes a geological or anthropogenic interpretation in terms of the research objectives.
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