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1 A: Introduction What is geophysical exploration? imaging underground structures from surface measurements of artificial or natural signals that travel through, or are generated by, the Earth. Why? mineral exploration hydrogeology geothermal exploration monitoring contamination and remediation.

2 A: Introduction Some basic principles All geophysical methods remotely sense a material property of the Earth (e.g. electrical resistivity, magnetization, seismic velocity, rock density etc) Knowledge of these material properties must then be interpreted to determine what rock or fluids are present. Well log information is very important in this task Geophysical methods can be divided into active and passive techniques. In an active technique, it is necessary to generate a signal (e.g. in electromagnetic surveying surveying, electromagnetic waves are generated by the tramsmitter). In a passive technique a naturally occurring signal is detected (e.g. the magnetization of a buried object)

3 A: Introduction Geophysical and geological studies complement one another. Geologists are more effective with a basic knowledge of what geophysics can and cannot resolve. Many geophysicists would benefit from a basic knowledge of geology. Geophysical imaging does not always give a unique answer! Additional information is often needed to discriminate between possible solutions (e.g. other geophysical surveys, knowledge of local geology, well log information in the study area). Please do not be intimidated by equations! Mathematics will be used in this class where needed, and I hope that this will provide a review of math classes you have taken in the recent past. I do not expect students to memorize equations. My expectation is that students will be able to perform simple rearrangement of equations, and use a calculator to evaluate an equation for a given set of values. I will appreciate feedback to keep the mathematics at an appropriate level.

4 B : Direct current methods (DC resistivity) Voltage between electrodes caused by Injected electric current Electrical conductivity (resistivity) (IP : Polarizability/chargeability) Hydrogeology Geotechnical studies Shallow geological studies Mineral exploration Limitations Deep exploration requires long wires and a power source of current

5 C : Magnetic exploration Magnetic field at surface (B) Ground based and airborne surveys Magnetic susceptibility (k) magnetization (M) Locating 55 gallon drums, UXO etc Mapping ore deposits Archaeology Limitations Need to understand if magnetization Is induced or remnant

6 D : Electromagnetic methods Amplitude and phase of low frequency radio waves Electrical conductivity (resistivity) Hydrogeology Geotechnical studies Shallow geological studies Mineral exploration

7 E : Ground-penetrating radar (GPR) Travel time and amplitude of high frequency radio waves Velocity of radio waves in Earth Dielectric permittivity Snow and ice mapping Geotechnical studies Shallow geological studies Mineral exploration Limitations Signals attenuated in low resistivity soils

8 F : Shallow seismic exploration Travel time and amplitude of seismic waves Reflection and refraction Velocity of seismic waves in Earth Geotechnical studies Shallow geological studies Mineral exploration

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