A Practical Guide to Borehole Geophysics in Environmental Investigations

 
 
CRC Press Inc
  • 1. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 9. Dezember 1996
 
  • Buch
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  • Softcover
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  • 192 Seiten
978-1-56670-232-4 (ISBN)
 
Borehole geophysics is frequently applied in hydrogeological environmental investigations where, for example, sites must be evaluated to determine the distribution of contaminants. It is a cost-effective method for obtaining information during several phases of such investigations. Written by one of world's leading experts in the field, A Practical Guide to Borehole Geophysics in Environmental Investigations explains the basic principles of the many tools and techniques used in borehole logging projects. Applications are presented in terms of broad project objectives, providing a hands-on guide to geophysical logging programs, including specific examples of how to obtain and interpret data that meet particular hydrogeologic objectives.
  • Englisch
  • Bosa Roca
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  • USA
Taylor & Francis Inc
  • Für Beruf und Forschung
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  • Environmental engineers and consultantsHydrologists, geologists, and hydrogeologistsCivil and geotechnical engineersEnvironmental geophysicistsGroundwater scientistsWell log analystsWell drillers
  • 7 s/w Tabellen
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  • 3 figs., 7 tabs.
  • Höhe: 284 mm
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  • Breite: 210 mm
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  • Dicke: 10 mm
  • 467 gr
978-1-56670-232-4 (9781566702324)
1-56670-232-1 (1566702321)
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Chapter 1. IntroductionBenefits and Limitations of LoggingLogging EquipmentChapter 2. Environmental Applications of Borehole GeophysicsSite Selection and DesignVerifying Well ConstructionMonitoring Contaminant DistributionPlanning Remediation ProgramsChapter 3. Planning an Environmental Logging ProgramSelecting the Most Useful Logs Based on Project GoalsHow Geology and Hydrology Affect Log SelectionHow Well Construction Affects Log SelectionWho Will Do the Logging and Log AnalysisChapter 4. Log AnalysisQualitative AnalysisQuantitative AnalysisSynergistic AnalysisComputer AnalysisBorehole EffectsChapter 5. Log Quality ControlOperation of Logging EquipmentLog HeadingsCalibration and Standardization of LogsASTM Standard GuideChapter 6. Electric LogsSpontaneous PotentialSingle-Point ResistanceNormal ResistivityFocused ResistivityOther Multielectrode MethodsInductionChapter 7. Nuclear LogsGammaGamma SpectraGamma-GammaNeutronChapter 8. Acoustic LogsAcoustic VelocityAcoustic WaveformChapter 9. Borehole-Imaging LogsAcoustic TeleviewerBorehole TelevisionChapter 10. Caliper LogsWhat is Measured and HowApplications and InterpretationChapter 11. Fluid LogsTemperatureConductivityFlowChapter 12. Well-Construction LogsCasing and ScreensAnnular MaterialsCement BondVertical LeakageBorehole DeviationChapter 13. Case HistoriesHardage SiteIdaho National Engineering LaboratoryCape CodLoring Air Force BaseGlossaryReferencesIndex
"is an excellent guide for environmental project managers considering the use of geophysical logs or managing projects that involve their use. For individuals directly involved in the acquistion or analysis of log data it provides an outstanding foundation for technical growth. In view of the background and experience of the author it is also worthwhile addition to the reference libraries of experienced log analysis." --Robert W. Taylor, in Groundwater, March-April, 1999, Vol. 37, No. 2:170
 
"is an excellent guide for environmental project managers considering the use of geophysical logs or managing projects that involve their use. For individuals directly involved in the acquistion or analysis of log data it provides an outstanding foundation for technical growth. In view of the background and experience of the author it is also worthwhile addition to the reference libraries of experienced log analysis." --Robert W. Taylor, in Groundwater, March-April, 1999, Vol. 37, No. 2:170

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