Sander Geophysics did mapping in occupied Western Sahara

The Canadian company Sander Geophysics has been deeply involved in controversial airborne seismic studies in occupied Western Sahara.

Published 31 July 2016

A document on the website of the Moroccan state owned company ONHYM is neatly marked "Sanders Geophysics". The document seems to be printed in September 2005 or September 2006. 

Download the file here. 

The involvement of Sander Geophysics is also mentioned on the website of the Moroccan company Geo Assistance [or download] and on page 30 in this document from the Moroccan government

See also references to Sander in files made by ONHYM on its so-called Lahjeyra and Lamlaga mineral studies. 
 

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