Geophysics - Program Information
The Airborne Geophysical/Geological Mineral Inventory (AGGMI) program is a multi-year investment to expand the knowledge base of Alaska's mineral resources and catalyze private-sector mineral development. Products resulting from airborne geophysical surveys generally include: 1:63,360-scale aeromagnetic and airborne electromagnetic maps, 1:63,360-scale geologic maps; and various other geological, geochemical, and geophysical data compilations.
Questions relating the geophysics program or to geophysics publications should be directed to: Laurel Burns
Request for proposals: Tanacross region
DGGS, in partnership with the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), is soliciting proposals for collecting fixed-wing airborne magnetic data in the Tanacross region of Alaska. The survey area includes parts of the Tanacross and Eagle 1:250,000-scale quadrangles, and encompasses parts of the Goodpaster and Fortymile mining districts. The area has gold and copper-gold-molybdenum prospects and significant potential for new discoveries. Additionally, there is very active exploration and several newly-identified gold and copper-gold-molybdenum resources immediately east of the Alaska border in Yukon Territory, Canada. Resulting data will be processed into a variety of maps and digital files, which will be published on the DGGS website. The Request for Proposals (RFP) can be found on the State's Online Public Notice site.
Interactive map: Airborne GeophysWeb
This interactive map is a compilation of publicly available airborne geophysical surveys conducted in Alaska since 1993 by DGGS and other cooperating agencies. More info...