Electrical resistivity, represented by the Greek letter ρ (rho), is a measure of the resistance of a specific material of a given size, to the electrical current conduction that flows through it. It is also referred to as the specific electrical resistance or volume resistivity
Electromagnetic conductivity meters are utilized for many applications including brown field site mitigation, environmental mapping, contaminated land remediation, archaeological prospection and precision agriculture.
Marine Magnetic & Seismic
Marine magnetometers can be scalar, measuring the total strength of the magnetic field; or vector, resolving the magnetic field into the vectors of strength, inclination (the angle at which magnetic field lines intersect the surface of the earth, 0° at the equator and 90° at magnetic poles) and declination (the angle the magnetic field makes with geographic north).