Geophysical Surveys for Geologists
Providing a variety of geophysical investigative methods for over 30 years.
Geophysical surveys are used when information on what is below ground is needed. Geophysics has many uses such as looking at the depth and extent of landfills, determining the depth and strength of bedrock, looking for old buried infrastructure, finding buried stream channels and faults, imaging landslides, measuring shear wave velocities and shear strength, and monitoring ground vibrations during construction.
Below are four examples of recent geophysical investigations
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