Applied geophysics studies a variety of physical (both natural and artificial) fields of the Earth from the air, at the surface, at water surface and in underground; these fields are important in addressing regional and detailed geological practice tasks.
The results of measurements and outputs find their application practically in all areas and stages of the solutions of the survey. Their main task and objectives is to define the units with approximately the same physical characteristics.
The geophysical methods enable us to identify electric, (electro) magnetic, mechanical, gravimetric, radiometric, and various other properties of the rock environment.
Rationally designed complex of geophysical methods allows for quick, cheap, and effective assessment of the area of interest.