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Baseline Geoscience, Data Collection

Mission I: Baseline Geoscience Data Generation

Remote Sensing and Aerial Surveys
Remote Sensing and Aerial Surveys - Reports

Multisensor Airborne Geophysical surveys are carried out by engaging Twin Otter Airborne Survey System (TOASS) and Heliborne Geophysical Survey System (HGSS) as a significant aid in exploring mineral resources, particularly base metals. GSI uses digital image processing systems to utilize multispectral data as an aid to prime thrust areas namely mapping, mineral targeting, geo-environmental hazard assessment and geo-engineering solutions.

Hyperspectral (HYPERION) Remote Sensing is being used in GSI with an objective to utilize the spectral response curve (spectral signature) of different alteration minerals like clay, iron minerals and carbonates for their discrimination on the basis of absorption features recorded in the spectra. It is used in mineral mapping particularly for hydrothermal alteration associated with mineralized zone.

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Programme, Agenda and Circular for 16th CGPB meeting committee group-VII
11/09/2020Download (1.11 MB)
Note on One-day Workshop on “Multisensor Aerogeophysical survey in parts of UP, Bihar, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh & MP (OGP Block – 3)” at RSAS, Bengaluru dated 26th February, 2020
05/03/2020Download (6.28 MB)
Field Visit of Dr B.K.Sahu Dy.DG & HoD, RSAS, GSI, Bangalore Penakacherla Area of Anantapur District , Andhra Pradesh
18/02/2020Download (538.43 KB)
Field inspection visit of Dr. B.K.Sahu, Deputy Director General & HOD, RSAS, GSI, Bangalore to Balotra- ThobNaganna- Sarnu-Dandali-Siwana area of Barmer and Jodhpur Districts, Rajasthan
27/01/2020Download (1.48 MB)
Inspection field visit to Hutti-Muski schist belt by DDG & HOD and Director, PSS RSAS
27/01/2020Download (981.11 KB)
Field visit of Dr. B.K. Sahu, Dy.D.G. & HoD, RSAS, GSI, Bangalore along with Shri Niroj Kumar Sarkar, Director- PSS and Supervisory officer in parts of Rajnandgaon and Balod Districts of Chhattisgarh
27/01/2020Download (1.52 MB)
Undertaking certificate regarding sharing of aero-geophysical data from RSAS, GSI, Bengaluru
01/05/2019Download (894.50 KB)
Notice regarding undertaking certificate for sharing of aero-geophysical data in FS 2019-20 by RSAS, GSI, Bengaluru
16/04/2019Download (894.56 KB)
Highlights of the 14th Meeting of CGPB Group VII: Airborne Survey & Remote Sensing held on 19th September, 2018, at RSAS, GSI, Bengaluru
26/09/2018Download (446.67 KB)
Registration of radioactive sources through eLORA - reg.
25/05/2018Download (3.08 MB)
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