Geophysical Services

By: Enviroprobe Services, Inc.  10/27/2014
Keywords: Ground Penetrating Radar, Geophysical Services , Subsurface Utility Engineering

Enviroprobe’s geophysicists and geophysical technicians use a variety of geophysical equipment to map the subsurface in real-time. This high resolution mapping is invaluable for locating utility lines and UST's when drilling or geoprobing in the area, however, geophysics can be useful to answer a wide array of geotechnical questions. The following is a list of other applications: Locate metallic and nonmetallic pipes and utility lines Locate and delineate under ground storage tanks (metallic and non-metallic) Landfill boundary mapping Delineate pits and trenches containing metallic and nonmetallic debris Delineate leach fields Delineate previously excavated and backfilled areas Map shallow ground water tables Map shallow soil stratigraphy Map shallow bedrock topography Map subsurface voids and cavities Enviroprobe Service, Inc. provides state of the art geophysical services using the following methods: Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) Electromagnetic Induction (EM) Magnetic Gravity Electrical Resistivity Concrete GPR Utility-Locating - Underground or Underwater Seismic Imaging Sub-Bottom Profiling Marine Resistivity Borehole Logging Sinkhole Identification

Keywords: Engineering Geophysics, Geophysical Imaging, Geophysical Services , GROUND PENETRATING, Ground Penetrating Radar, PENETRATING RADAR, Resistivity Imaging, Seismic Refraction, Subsurface Imaging, Subsurface Utility Engineering

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