Airborne Geophysical Surveys over Big Valley, Scotts Valley, & Northshore in November
During these geophysical surveys, also referred to as airborne electromagnetic (AEM) geophysical surveys, data is collected via a large hoop towed beneath a helicopter (shown left).
Surveys will only be conducted during daylight hours. The helicopter will not fly over businesses, homes and other inhabitable structures, or confined animal feeding operations.
The helicopter operator follows all established Federal Aviation Administration rules and regulations, and their highest priority is public safety.
For more information about the surveys, visit the California Department of Water Resources AEM project website, www.water.ca.gov/programs/SGMA/AEM .
Please email Water.Resources@lakecountyca.gov, or call the Lake County Water Resources Department at (707) 263-2344, with any questions.