Modelling subsoil in Drenthe
One of the challenges in the coming years with climate change will be the adaptation of extremes in weather conditions. The knowledge of the capacity of the subsoil to store water will be crucial to take the right measures. To gain more knowledge the airborne transient electromagnetic method SkyTEM was carried out and the first processing of the data into geophysical results was done by the Aarhus University. By adding local knowledge and data the geophysical interpretation has become more detailed and has been used for the geological interpretation of the different layers. Especially the knowledge of the in the area very important meltwater till has been improved.
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