Geological Consulting

Last updated 5 March 2014

Richard Langford is an independent geological consultant with a long standing interest in the connection between the regolith and landform. Regolith-terrain mapping is an essential component in modern exploration, and complements classical geological outcrop mapping and a range of geophysical datasets. Richard has experience in all these aspects of exploration.

Using the spectral and landform images that Richard has created, using some innovative processing techniques, you will be able to improve your understanding of regolith composition and distribution, geochemical pathways, regional geological structure, and mineralisation-related alteration patterns.

Multi-client Imagery Availability

Richard is supplying Landsat TM3 Spectral and SRTM Multi-scale Landform images on a multi-client basis, so reducing the already low cost of acquiring a valuable addition to your exploration tools. The images can be supplied for virtually any area Worldwide, usually within a week.

Look at the Multi-client Imagery page for costs and details, and look below for a special offer. The Multi-client Licence Agreement can be seen here or downloaded as a PDF.

Capricorn and Bryah Landsat-Landform package

In 2012, a SPECTREM survey was completed over the Bryah Basin, and in 2013, a TEMPEST survey was flown over the Capricorn Orogen. The Landsat-Landform package will help you get ahead in applying these surveys to your targets.

The new imagery (click to see) that has been created to complement this survey is available at a significantly discounted cost:

  • $3600 + GST; Landsat TM3 - RGB, 741, Gozzard ratios and DS754 from 9-year temporal merge, 1987-2011; with 20-km buffer
  • $700 + GST; SRTM Landform - 16 images

Other Landsat-Landform packages

New packages will be developed either on demand, or based on high-profile geophysical surveys or regional geological mapping products. These packages can be from anywhere in the World... except Antarctica

If you have an area that you are interested in, or know of any surveys that would benefit from better Landsat and Landform supporting imagery, please contact Richard.