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State of the art Imaging in Geophysics


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State of the art Imaging in Geophysics

Date and Time

14 September 2017 - 19:30-21:30


Ipswich, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the UK - East:Anglian Coastal local network. Contact secretary-angliancoastal@theiet.org for more information.

About this event

The ability to map what is beneath our feet is fundamental to applications as diverse as oil exploration and locating underground archaeological structures. Fortunately, modern imaging techniques based on conductivity and gravitational field measurements, together with state of the art signal processing and sounding techniques, are able to produce remarkably high resolution images.Dr Frank Collar has many experience working as a geophysicist in the oil industry and in this talk he will explain how these techniques work and provide numerous practical examples of their application.



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by Dr Frank Collar

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