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Geophysics Field Methods part of Goals Database
Introductory acquisition, processing, and analysis of field geophysical surveys including dc resistivity, gravity, magnetics, and seismic refraction/reflection methods.

Exploration and Development Seismology part of Goals Database
Exploration and Development Seismology is a course designed for advanced undergraduate students and graduate students. Principles of reflection seismology as applied to the delineation of geologic structures and ...

Computer-Aided Analysis For Geosciences part of Goals Database
Applications of statistical, numerical and mathematical methods useful for Geosciences; Matlab programming.

Environmental Geophysics part of Goals Database
This course examines surface and borehole geophysical methods that are currently being developed in industry, government labs and academia for examining the upper 200 m of the Earth's surface.

Shallow Subsurface Imaging part of Goals Database
This course covers techniques of geophysical investigation of the shallow subsurface as they apply to solving groundwater, environmental, archaeological, and engineering problems. Emphasizes methods, survey design, ...

GEOL 4821: Environmental Geophysics part of Goals Database
An upper-level elective course in geophysics for geology majors with environmental applications.

Reflection Seismology part of Goals Database
Theory of seismic reflection technique. Acquisition, data processing and interpretation of seismic reflection data, seismic stratigraphy. Applications to hydrocarbon prospecting, structural geology, tectonics, ...

Solid Earth Geophysics part of Goals Database
An introduction to the quantitative analysis of Earth structure and plate tectonics using earthquake seismology, seismic reflection and refraction, gravity, magnetics, and heat flow.

Introduction to Geophysics part of Goals Database
An introduction to the theories of geophysical methods, concentrating on shallow-level and environmental issues. Gravity, magnetics, electrical resistivity, IP and SP measurements, seismic refraction and ...

Introduction to Geophysics part of Goals Database
This course presents a broad overview of geophysical topics and techniques, including magnetism, heat flow, gravity and both active and passive source seismology. An underlying theme for the course is the ...

Geophysics part of Goals Database
This is a first course (survey) in geophysics designed for senior undergraduate geology majors at the U. of Arkansas.

General Geophysics part of Goals Database
Introduction to the study of geophysics presented from the global viewpoint, covering plate tectonics, seismology, gravity, isostasy, magnetism, and heat flow. Lectures, in-class activities, problem sets, oral and ...

Applied Geophysics part of Goals Database
Methods of geophysical exploration for natural resources and environmental analysis. Field trips. We will be using lectures to cover the foundational concepts of various geophysical methods. The lab periods and ...

Introduction to Field Geophysics part of Goals Database
Introduction to the use of geophysical equipment and techniques to explore the subsurface, especially the shallow subsurface, in order to answer questions or solve problems.

Introduction to Global Geophysics part of Goals Database
Application of physical concepts to understanding the solid earth. Topics: origin of Earth; gravitational and geomagnetic fields and effects; earthquakes and seismic waves; composition and structure of Earth's ...

Seismic Methods II: Advanced Seismic Methods part of Goals Database
Seismic processing with an emphasis on hydrocarbon exploration

Crustal Geophysics part of Goals Database
An introductory geophysics course designed for upper level geology undergraduates who have had little to no exposure to geophysics.

Exploration and Environmental Geophysics part of Goals Database
In the absence of drilling, geophysical exploration methods are the principal means of examining the shallow subsurface. These techniques are non-invasive and relatively inexpensive. The objective of this course is ...

Geophysics part of Goals Database
This is an introductory course designed to provide an overview of both global geophysics and applied geophysics.

Exploration Geophysics part of Goals Database
Introduction to theory and data processing associated with geophysical field methods including seismic reflection, refraction, gravity, resistivity, and electrical methods.