Environmental protection helicopter services glossary
Environmental protection helicopters
Environmental protection helicopter services
Environmental protection helicopter services refer to a variety of services facilitated by helicopters that serve the furtherance of agriculture via surveys and crop treatments, the timber industry in the implementation of earth friendly harvesting techniques, and in the containment of forest fires and farmland and livestock management.
Aerial agriculture services include top dressing, crop treatments, over watering solutions and crop drying. Helicopters may have tanks affixed to the outside of the aircraft and sprayers attached to the sides of the aircraft so as to dust crops effectively.
Aircare & Growsafe
CCA Part 137
Civil Aviation Authority Part 137 is an indexing of rules and regulations pertaining to the agricultural industry.
National Agricultural Aviation Association
Professional Aerial Applicators Support System (PASS)
Exploration in an aerial sense would be used in surveying, exploration to determine property lines, inconsistencies in issue with power lines and the discovery of energy resources.
Airborne geophysical survey
Used primarily in areas that prove difficult to access helicopter logging consists of the implementation of helicopters to remove trees in the interest of harvesting timber.
Helicopter surveying or aerial surveying is the implementation of environmental protection helicopters for the purpose of utility inspection and patrol, thermal inconsistencies in geographic or seismic analysis and livestock management.