Foundational Geoscience Data

Our ongoing goal is to provide explorationists with a digital library of foundational geophysical and geological data that supports the petroleum geology and exploration activity of a region. These data are built by our team, with metadata including confidence and provenance. They are up to date and refined as our geoscientists assess and harvest new scientific literature.

  • Gravity, Magnetics, Structural Interpretations
  • North American Gravity and Magnetics Databases
  • Constraints on Depth to Basement Estimates
  • Spectrometry

Foundational Geophysics Databases

Eslan Labs maintains access to extensive libraries of gravity and magnetic data, and continental-scale compilations of north America and Greenland, Africa, South America, and regional compilations in Europe.

Data processing is critical for ensuring that geophysical surveys, whether land, shipborne or airborne, are suitable to be interpreted. All of these compilations involved the application of data processing and QC processes

Foundational Geology Databases

Structural Composites: A global database of structural and tectonic features, built from gravity, magnetics, seismic, well, radar, landsat and outcrop geology typically compiled from source data from 1:50,000 to 1:500,000 scale.

Igneous Features Database: Contains spatial extent and age information derived from scientific references; the feature extents are edited by inclusion of interpreted gravity and magnetic derivatives.

Carbonates Database: Contains information on lithology and depositional setting, as well as porosity and permeability of carbonate systems that have been present throughout time on a global scale with relevance to identifying potential petroleum systems.

Mobile Belt Database: Contains information on metamorphic features derived from scientific references and third party datasets edited by Eslan Labs to then show the full extent of the metamorphic rock.

Salt bodies Database: Contains information on the different types of salt bodies once they have be subjected to halokinesis and includes the types of geometries observed in allochthonous salt – diapirs, canopies and rafts.