Reports designed to bring you innovative thinking and industry relevant perspectives for those who have an interest in what’s going on beneath the surface.
Contaminants extension eBook
This eBook includes expert insights to help you successfully navigate the five stages of building your contaminated site model: discover, define, design, operate, and restore.
Near surface & marine report
Finding and clearing buried grenades, artillery shells and other munitions – also known as unexploded ordnance (UXO) – can be difficult, expensive and time-consuming.
Unearthed: geoscience for good
Geoscience can hold the key to stopping Arctic ice sheets from melting, it can prevent long-dormant WWII bombs from exploding, it can help deliver cleaner, greener energy, it can bring fresh water to beleaguered refugees.
Unearthed: water security
Water security is a topic that has increasingly concerned academia, government and NGOs in recent years – with good cause. Climate change, burgeoning populations and shifting lifestyles have all placed pressure on this critical resource.
Unearthed: digital transformation
With digital transformation being a continued hot topic in the industry, Unearthed will share some interesting insights about the role that technology and innovation are playing today.
Geoscience data management report: 2017
Geoscience data management is a key issue across many industries and while organizations recognize it as critical, they continue to struggle with the challenges it presents.
2015 Exploration information management report
Exploration data quality is improving, however organizations continue to grapple with historical and duplicate information, collaboration in real time and the cost and complexity of data management solutions.
2013 Exploration information management report
Managing data has become a critical concern in the exploration community, according to the 2013 Exploration Information Management Survey report.
2011 Exploration information management report
More than 90% of respondents to a recent survey, reported having challenges with managing their exploration information within the mineral exploration industry.