what's new with geodynamics

From fieldwork to data processing, you can be sure that we are working hard to bring you results. We invite you to review some of our recent happenings.

07.3.2014

Geodynamics prepares for Hurricane Arthur

With landfall of Hurricane Arthur predicted for Carteret County, Geodynamics staff is preparing the office for heavy rains and high winds. Our facility is built to the quality standards of an Essential Facility (like fire and emergency stations), to ensure that our equipment is protected during these events. To guard against data loss, our servers are further protected in an on-site cement bunker, in addition to off-site backups. Our team is on standby for rapid-response post-storm surveys as necessary, but we all hope for an uneventful storm and a happy 4th of July for all!NOAA_NHC_Jul3
06.18.2014

Geodynamics Prequalified with the NCDOT

Geodynamics is prequalified by the NC Department of Transportation to provide hydrographic survey services as a private consultant. Our application has been reviewed and approved by the GIS Branch, the Highway Design Branch, and the State Port Authority. Geodynamics has provided hydrographic survey services to the NCDOT in the past, including rapid response surveys of the Pea Island Breach following Hurricane Irene and high-resolution multibeam sonar surveys of the Morehead City State Port. We look forward to the opportunity to continue to serve the NCDOT and State Port Authority!
06.2.2014

Geodynamics Completes Third Survey at Badin Lake

In May 2014, Geodynamics returned from completing multibeam and sidescan sonar surveys at Badin Lake in Stanly County, NC. This follows multibeam with acoustic backscatter, sidescan, and singlebeam surveys of the same site in 2011 and 2013. Badin Lake is the site of a lakebed remediation project adjacent to the Alcoa aluminum processing plant. Geodynamics’ surveys have covered 40 square acres of the lake and included classification of sediment type and identification of submerged objects.