Facilities and Instruments The Bremen Magnetics Lab, founded in 1985 by Ulrich Bleil, commands over supersensitive magnetometers to measure the magnetic remanence, hysteresis and susceptibility of rocks. We can determine sedimentary physical properties by non-destructive core logging both on- and offshore. Our innovative benthic EM profiler NERIDIS III was developed at MARUM to map the magnetic susceptibility and electric conductivity of the seabed. All these facilities can also be used by science and industry partners on cooperation and service terms.
Field and Marine Magnetics TeamThomas Frederichs, Hendrik M├╝ller, Tilo von Dobeneck Techniques: Equipped with modern Overhauser magnetometers and gradiometers, we can conduct magnetic surveys at land and in the shallow sea. We also command over professional software for field data processing and interpretation. These systems are extensively used in our field courses and study projects, e.g. for archeological, structural, engineering and marine geology topics. more ┬╗