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Geochemical remote sensing of the sub-surface

Geochemical remote sensing of the sub-surface

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Published by Elsevier Science in Amsterdam, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Petroleum -- Prospecting.,
  • Geochemical prospecting.,
  • Geochemistry -- Remote sensing.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by M. Hale.
    SeriesHandbook of exploration geochemistry -- v. 7
    ContributionsHale, M.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTN217.P4 G33 2000
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxi, 549 p. :
    Number of Pages549
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22166722M
    ISBN 100444504397

      The Use of Geoinformatics in Mineral Exploration and Exploitation Marguerite Walsh MSc Geographical Information Systems and Remote Sensing 18th March Van der Meer, et al, 2. Introduction Benefits geologists, scientists and exploration managers Mineral exploration and exploitation is a huge source of employment around the world Main. Geophysical/Remote Sensing Technology and Applications This category is dedicated to every investigator who has ever said or thought, “I wish I had X-Ray vision.” In the development of search technology, the area of subsurface reconnaissance is one of increasing refinement and new developments.

    remote sensing. a process in which information is gathered about the earth's surface from above. geochemical. the chemical properties of rocks. geophysics. sub-surface mining. a type of mining used when the deposit is covered by a deep layer of rock. adit. the entrance to a drift mine. @article{osti_, title = {Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy for remote elemental analysis of planetary surfaces}, author = {Blacic, J D and Pettit, D R and Cremers, D A and Roessler, N}, abstractNote = {One of the most fundamental pieces of information about any planetary body is the elemental and mineralogical composition of its surface materials.

      various geophysical method for sub surface exploration 1. Geophysics approach [email protected] 1 [Geophysical approaches] [Geophysical methods for subsurface exploration] Remote sensing, magnetic method,gravity method, seismic reflection and refraction method,electric and electro-magnetic method, radioactive method, geothermal method [ T r i b . BA Geology, Carleton College. MS and PhD hydrogeology, Stanford University. Member of the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) since Served a year term as a USGS Branch Chief (), managing a $19M/year research program with about full- and part-time employees and contractors.


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Actions for selected chapters. Select all / Deselect all. Download PDFs Export citations. Show all chapter previews Show all chapter previews. This book documents the techniques for geochemical remote sensing of the subsurface, to present case-history evidence of their successes and limitations, and to consider their further potential.

The chapters in Part I focus on the mechanisms and models of dispersion that give rise to the patterns we attempt to detect. This volume analyzes various techniques used for geochemical remote sensing of the sub-surface.

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M3 - Book. SN - Cited by: 3. Get this from a library. Geochemical remote sensing of the sub-surface. [M Hale;] -- This volume documents the techniques for geochemical remote sensing of the subsurface, to present case-history evidence of their successes and limitations, and to consider their further potential.

This volume documents the techniques for geochemical remote sensing of the subsurface, to present case-history evidence of their successes and limitations, and to consider their further potential.

The chapters in Part I focus on the mechanisms and models of dispersion that give rise to the patterns we attempt to detect. Geochemical Remote Sensing of the Sub-Surface.

Hale, M. () This book documents the techniques for geochemical remote sensing of the subsurface, to present case-history evidence of their successes and limitations, and to consider their further potential.

The book documents and explains, in three parts, geochemical anomaly and mineral prospectivity mapping by using a geographic information system (GIS).

Part I reviews and couples the concepts of (a) mapping geochemical anomalies and mineral prospectivity and (b) spatial data models, management and operations in a GIS. geochemical remote sensing of the sub-surface handbook of exploration and environmental geochemistry m.

hale (editor) 8. life cycle of the phospt-toria formation -from deposition to the post-mining environment 9. biogeochemistry in mineral exploration the indian ocean nodule field geochemical anomaly and mineral prospectivity mapping in gisFile Size: KB. Some geophysical methods, such as gamma-ray spectrometry and remote sensing, measure surface attributes; others, such as thermal and some electrical methods are limited to detecting relatively shallow features but may help identify features at greater depth.

Secondary effects of deeper features, such as geochemical haloes, can often be. Besides remote sensing data, various types of geophysical data, geochemical data, topographic data and thematic data (vegetation, soil, groundwater etc.) can be integrated in and collectively.

Geochemical, remote sensing, and field investigations over the RAKAS revealed: (1) the presence of west to east trending drainage networks and large. Dear Colleagues, Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) is a close-range remote sensing and non-invasive geophysical technique that uses electromagnetic pulses to detect buried features and to identify their main geometric and physical GPR method has been quite commonly employed to provide high-resolution imaging of the subsurface and of buried artifacts, and to.

REMOTE SENSING • Remote sensing refers to obtaining reliable information about Ea rth ’s surface without physical contact, through the use of Electro mag netic radiation [EMR] as source energy and the sensors to record the images.

• The aerial photos are those taken from an aircraft mounted with the. These techniques include inferential methodologies, using hydrological, geochemical and geomorphological indicators, biotic assemblages, historical documentation, and remote sensing methodologies.

Techniques available to quantify groundwater use by GDEs are briefly described, including application of simple modelling tools, remote sensing Cited by: Exploration geophysics is an applied branch of geophysics and economic geology, which uses physical methods, such as seismic, gravitational, magnetic, electrical and electromagnetic at the surface of the Earth to measure the physical properties of the subsurface, along with the anomalies in those properties.

It is most often used to detect or infer the presence and position. This study is focused on establishing the extent of potential hydraulic connections of local lowland aquifers with the run-off waters of a nearby creek and two major rivers in and around Fort Riley in northeastern Kansas, USA.

It is based on collective evidence by combining the contents of several major and trace elements of the waters with their oxygen, hydrogen and Sr isotopic Author: Norbert Clauer, Isabelle Techer, Sam Chaudhuri. Remote sensing methods can generate a wealth of information useful in determining the value of exploratory prospecting.

In the second phase of appraisal, remote sensing data are merged with other available information such as Aeromagnetic, gravity, geochemical surveys and 2D seismic surveys. Near-surface geophysics is the use of geophysical methods to investigate small-scale features in the shallow (tens of meters) subsurface.

It is closely related to applied geophysics or exploration s used include seismic refraction and reflection, gravity, magnetic, electric, and electromagnetic of these methods were developed for oil and mineral .Other contribution ; Abstract ; Other ; Book ; PhD Thesis - Research UT, graduation UT ; Hamilton SM () Spontaneous Potentials and Electrochemical Cells: In: Geochemical remote sensing of the sub-surface, Hale, vol 7.

Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp – Google Scholar Hamilton SM () A prospector’s guide to the use of selective leach and other deep penetrating geochemical techniques in mineral exploration; Ontario geological Author: Manuel E.

Pardo Echarte, Osvaldo Rodríguez Morán.