Borehole Geophysical Logging for Water Resources/Water Supply Applications
In addition, this workshop will demonstrate some of important applications of borehole geophysics which include identifying water producing zones in well boreholes; evaluating the thickness and distribution of transmissive units; identifying fractures; evaluating relative water yield and water quality; planning well systems; and planning and evaluating well workovers/rehabilitation and abandonment.
Furthermore, this workshop will provide basic information on the various types of borehole geophysical logs and their function and limitations. Interesting examples of geophysical logs relative to the listed applications and topics covered will be provided.
The instructors will review “hands-on” logging project examples as part of this workshop. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own borehole geophysical logs they have questions about, to discuss them with the instructors and workshop attendees.