Thomas Campagne demonstrated how to explicitly include bathymetry in inversion modelling of near-shore gravity data over St George’s Bay, NL. Difficulties in explicitly accounting for the volume of water through the inversion process is a common challenge directly affecting modelling outcomes. Geoscience ANALYST Pro Geophysics and the VPmg inversion software offer a way forward with flexible model creation and inversion capabilities. This lecture showed how to:
- Build a model that explicitly incorporates the volume of seawater
- Assess the gravity response of the seawater
- Perform a 3D inversion of airborne gravity gradiometry data within the bedrock
Thomas’s expertise is in geophysical interpretation for mineral explorartion. His career initially focused on supervising and conducting ground geophysical surveys including IP, TDEM, and magnetics. His systematic approach to geophysical data processing and interpretation has evolved into 3D geologically-constrained geophysical inversion and integrated geological interpretation. Thomas obtained his MSc in Geophysics from l’École et Observatoire des Sciences de la Terre Strasbourg, France. Thomas is based in Vancouver.