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Geophysical Exploration Magnetic Subsurface - 9 PDH

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This course provides an introduction to magnetic and subsurface methods for geophysical exploration. An overview of the spectrum of geophysical exploration methods is provided followed by more detailed discussions of magnetic and subsurface methods. Magnetic issues discussed include magnetometers, field intensities and subsurface metals.
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Geophysical Exploration Magnetic Subsurface Engineering Continuing Education PDH

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Manufacturer: Guyer

This course provides an introduction to magnetic and subsurface methods for geophysical exploration.  An overview of the spectrum of geophysical exploration methods is provided followed by more detailed discussions of magnetic and subsurface methods.  Magnetic issues discussed include magnetometers, field intensities and subsurface metals.  Subsurface methods discussed include in-hole logging, log analysis, borehole effects, spontaneous potential logging, single point resistance logging, normal resistivity logging, lateral resistivity logging, focused resistivity logging, dipmeter logging, induction logging, nuclear logging, gamma logging, gamma-gamma logging, neutron logging, acoustic logging, acoustic wave-form logging, cement-bond logging, acoustic televiewer logging, caliper logging, temperature logging, conductivity logging, flow logging, hydrophysical logging, and casing logging.

Course Outline

1.  INTRODUCTION

2. GEOPHYSICAL METHODOLOGY

3.  MAGNETIC METHODS

4. SUBSURFACE GEOPHYSICAL METHODS

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course you will:

  • Learn about the application of magnetometers;
  • Learn about magnetic field intensities in the earth;  
  • Learn about identification and characterization of ferrous metals in the earth;
  • Learn fundamentals of in-hole logging in general;
  • Learn importance considerations in analysis of logging data;
  • Learn about borehole effects that can skew in-hole data;
  • Learn about logging limitations;
  • Learn how to develop a logging program;
  • Learn about qualitative and quantitative logging analysis;
  • Learn about operation of logging equipment;
  • Learn techniques for log quality control;
  • Learn techniques for single point resistance logging;
  • Learn when and where to employ  normal resistivity logging;
  • Learn about lateral resistivity logging;
  • and
  • Learn parameters for focused resistivity logging.

Intended Audience

This course is intended for civil, geotechnical and environmental engineers and other professional engineers and construction managers interested in magnetic and subsurface geophysical exploration methods for engineering purposes, resource recovery and environmental assessment.

Benefit for Attendee

This course will give environmental, geotechnical and civil engineers and other design and construction professionals an introduction to geophysical exploration methods using subsurface and magnetic techniques.

Course Introduction

This is an introduction to magnetic and subsurface methods for subsurface exploration. 

Course Summary

This course will give you technical guidance you can apply when addressing geophysical subsurface exploration issues for engineering planning, design and construction.

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