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Borehole geophysics applied to ground-water investigations
W. S. Keys
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, For sale by the Books and Open-File Reports Section in [Washington, D.C.?], Denver, CO
Written in English
|Other titles||Collection of environmental data.|
|Statement||by W. Scott Keys.|
|Genre||Handbooks, manuals, etc.|
|Series||Techniques of water-resources investigations of the United States Geological Survey -- bk. 2, ch. E2.|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 150 p.|
|Number of Pages||150|
Borehole geophysics is an aspect of geoscience that deals with the vertical analysis of the conditions of the subsurface and its fluid content. It is the technique employed in order to have a firsthand well evaluation in the exploration for hydrocarbons. One of the main results of Borehole Geophysical experiment is the Time to Depth relation curve. borehole. The gamma log often is used to define lithology and correlate geologic units between boreholes. Caliper and natural-gamma logs of well BK, Bridgetown Township, northern Bucks County. 6 7. 0 50 0 20 40 60 80 0 20 40 60 80 DIABASE BRUNSWICK GROUP HOLE DIAMETER, IN INCHES NATURAL.
The recorded geophysical responses therefore require the integration of other contaminate investigation methods to transform measurements into meaningful hydrogeological interpretations References S. J. Coates The use of borehole geophysics in groundwater investigations MSc. thesis Imperial College London C. W. Fetter Applied. Geophysical well logging is a mature technology comprising many separate systems. It is well beyond scope of a short article like this to detail the science and the results of .
Geophysical logging techniques have been widely used in the investigation of wells drilled for hydrocarbon exploration, as they provide important in-situ properties of possible reservoir rocks. This chapter focusses on the application of geophysical logging techniques that are of special relevance to environmental investigations. 1. Introduction to Borehole Geophysics techniques The importance for ground water exploration is to: ¾Assist in the hydrogeological assessment of an investigation area. Logging in exploration wells is undertaken to collect the information on physical parameters of individual subsurface rock layers which canFile Size: KB.
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Borehole Geophysics Applied to Ground-Water Investigations The series of manuals on techniques describes procedures for planning and executing specialized work in water-resources investigations.
The material is grouped under major subject headings called "Books" and further subdivided into sections and chapters. Borehole Geophysics Applied to Ground-Water Investigations by W. Scott Keys (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.
The digit and digit formats both work. Cited by: Borehole geophysics is used in ground-water and environmental investigations to obtain information on well construction, rock lithology and fractures, permeability and porosity, and water quality.
The geophysical logging system consists of probes, cable and drawworks, power and processing modules, and data recording units. State-of-the-art logging systems are controlled. The purpose of this manual is to provide hydrologists, geologists, and others who have the necessary training with the basic information needed to apply the most useful borehole-geophysical-logging techniques to the solution of problems in ground-water hydrology.
Geophysical logs can provide information on the construction of wells and on the character of. 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 by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Keys, W.S. Borehole geophysics applied to ground-water investigations. Dublin, OH: National Water Well Association, © BOREHOLE GEOPHYSICS APPLIED TO GROUND-WATER INVESTIGATIONS adjustment of the triggering of the arrival of the first compressional wave File Size: 4MB.
Abstract This manual is intended to be a guide for hydrologists using borehole geophysics in ground-water studies. The emphasis is on the application and interpretation of geophysical well logs, and not on the operation of a logger.
Borehole geophysics applied to ground-water investigations The purpose of this manual is to provide hydrologists, geologists, and others who have the necessary training with the basic information needed to apply the most useful borehole-geophysical-logging techniques to the solution of problems in ground-water hydrology.
Keys, W. (): Borehole Geophysics Applied to Ground-water Investigations. Techniques of Water-resources Investigations of the United States Geological Survey, Book 2, Chapter E2, Washington.
Google Scholar. Get this from a library. Borehole geophysics applied to ground-water investigations. [W S Keys; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Borehole geophysics is used in ground-water and environmental investigations to obtain information on well construction, rock lithology and fractures, permeability and porosity, and water quality.
The geophysical logging system consists of probes, cable and draw-works, power and processing modules, and data recording units. Paillet, F. () Borehole flowmeter applications in irregular and large diameter boreholes: Journal of Applied Geophysics, 55, 39– Google Scholar Paillet, F.
L., & Crowder, R. () A generalized approach for the interpretation of geophysical well logs in ground-water by: 1. PUBLICATIONS ON TECHNIQUES OF WATER-RESOURCES INVESTIGATIONS—Continued 3-B4. Regression modeling of ground-water flow, by R.L.
Cooley and R.L. Naff: USGS–TWRI book 3, chap. 3-B4. Supplement 1. Regression modeling of ground-water flow--Modifications to the computer code for nonlinear regression solution of steady-state ground File Size: KB. Borehole geophysics: Geophysical borehole logging methods used in BGR. The ground geophysics unit in BGR uses geophysical borehole logs primarily for investigations related to groundwater exploration and vadose zone research.
Consequently, our available instruments are limited. We measure. the natural gamma radiation (NGR). Borehole Geophysics Applied to Ground-Water Investigations by W. Scott Keys. Availability: This title usually ships within 24 hours. Paperback Published by National Groundwater Association Publication date: July ISBN: Exploration Geophysics of the Shallow Subsurface/Book and 2 Disks.
CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): To determine porosity from a gamma-gamma log, one must have a. Data for grain density. Calibration data for a similar lithology. Data for fluid density. Data for borehole-diameter corrections.
When compensated neutron and gamma-gamma logs are calibrated in limestone, a. Paillet, F.L.,Integrating geophysical well logs, surface geophysics, and hydraulic test and geologic data in ground-water studies - theory and case histories: Symposium of the Application of Geophysics to Engineering and Environmental Problems, San Diego, Calif., [Proceedings], p.
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PUBLICATIONS--Report, "Borehole geophysics applied to ground-water investigations," In Reply Refer To: Janu WGS--Mail Stop OFFICE OF GROUND WATER TECHNICAL MEMORANDUM NO. SUBJECT: PUBLICATIONS--Report, "Borehole geophysics applied to ground-water investigations," by W.
Scott Keys The attached subject. Borehole Geophysical Methods. Geophysical methods are applied both from the ground surface and within boreholes. This section discusses most of the commonly used borehole techniques. These techniques provide detailed properties of the subsurface materials local to a borehole.Advanced surface and borehole-geophysical methods were used in studies relating to Borehole geophysics applied to water-resources investigations: U.S.
Geological Survey Techniques of Water Resources Investigations, book 2, chap. E2, p. Paillet, F. L.,A field technique for estimating aquifer parameters using flow log data: File Size: 1MB.FS: Advances in borehole geophysics for ground-water investigations; TM: Borehole geophysics applied to ground-water investigations () TM: Application of borehole geophysics to water-resources investigations () TM: Application of surface geophysics to ground-water investigations--Flowmeter-Overview: Vertical flowmeter logging.