Geophysical and Remote Sensing Techniques

Subsurface information can be known without digging or drilling by Geophysical investigation techniques. GIS(Geographical information systems) for recording, modelling, analyzing and presenting geographically referred data are computer-based systems. GIS data accommodate location-related data such as roads, elevations, boreholes, etc. and associated property data. Surveying geotechnical design variables on land scrutinizing and monitoring areas subject to rock slides, investigating oil and gas reservoir (link to rock physics), modelling rock slide paths, surveying risks in transport and data management. Remote imaging, conducted by terrestrial, airborne or satellite-based platforms have the ability to accurately image the Earth's surface with high resolution.  This can be used for settlement and deformation monitoring, surveying rock slides and making engineering geology evaluations. 

 
  • Track 1-1 Seismic
  • Track 2-2 Electrical and Electromagnetic Methods
  • Track 3-3 Field Testing
  • Track 4-4 Satellite-based Rock Slide Mapping
  • Track 5-5 Risk Analysis of Soil and Rock Slides and Avalanches
  • Track 6-6 Rock Quality Resistivity Mapping
  • Track 7-7 Helicopter Resistivity Scanning
  • Track 8-8 3D Resistivity Mapping

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