Remote Sensing support, groundwater exploration
Medecins Sans Frontieres Holland (MSF-OCA) commissioned Groundwater Relief to carry out a remote sensing study at Mtendeli Refugee Camp in order to identify potential large scale lineament features which may indicate regional aquifer systems.
Topographic and aerial magnetic data were used to identify potential larger scale lineaments located within the near proximity of the camps.
This remote sensing work has been supported by:
1) The Department of Geoinformatics, Salzburg University; and
2) Getech (http://www.getech.com/).
The data was placed onto an ArcView GIS online map to allow aid workers to view and interrogate the data in the field. This map can be viewed using the following link: http://arcg.is/1W3cF3r