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    I'd be glad to help you top side.

    When you're there you know there's a There there.
    Jobst Brandt

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    Quote Originally Posted by scububa View Post
    I'd be glad to help you top side.
    Thanks!

    PS, I got the logger.

    Forrest Wilson (with 2 Rs)
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    Sump Divers

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    Thanks for the outpouring of offers and support. This has all kind of come out of nowhere and I really appreciate it. Right now the OCDA is knee deep (or should I say about 275' deep) in exploration of Blue Spring. I will be discussing this topic with our team to see if we might plan for something in the future utilizing radio locate.

    Again, many thanks for all the offers and support!
    Chris

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    good to see collaboration b/w FL and Ozark regions. Leverage the NSS-CDS community to reach your ambitious goals. Not easy dives!


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    Quote Originally Posted by patpicos View Post
    good to see collaboration b/w FL and Ozark regions. Leverage the NSS-CDS community to reach your ambitious goals. Not easy dives!
    Well, the N in NSS is National

    Forrest Wilson (with 2 Rs)
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    Quote Originally Posted by jlillest View Post
    While they're not proprietary or impossible to make, building one is definitely hard. Borrowing one would definitely be the easy button. I'm betting you could even get somebody from KUR or elsewhere to come to Missouri to help you run it.
    Correct in all respects. They definitely have a learning curve for both operation and construction. You need to consider the depth, likely accuracy of the existing survey and how electrically noisy the environment is on the surface. The signal from underground has been attenuated by rock and distance and then has to be detected within electrical noise, mainly from power lines (it looks like RBD isn't in the middle of nowhere).

    We'd be happy to help out if you want - KUR has a couple of transmitters that would be suitable and the expertise to place and/or detect them. If you're interested please pm me and we can take this offline.

    Andy



 

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