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Integrated Subsurface Evaluation

Syllabus

OUTLINE FOR WORKSHOP ON GEOPHYSICAL AND HYDROPHYSICAL METHODS FORENVIRONMENTAL AND GEOTECHNICAL APPLICATIONS)

INTRODUCTION

Workshop Instructors
Discussion of Course Materials
Manual and Keyes CRC handbook.
Brief history of geophysical logging
What is geophysical and hydrophysical logging and why do we need to do it?
Log Selection Chart
Log Selection Criteria and References
Basic Geophysical Equations

DISCUSSION OF BASIC EQUIPMENT

Review of presently available equipment, suitcase loggers, and field demonstration

GEOPHYSICAL METHODS

Caliper
Gamma
Resistivity
Neutron
Density
Sonic
Imaging (Acoustic, Optical, and Electrical)
Deliverables – types of data presentations, requirements

EXAMPLES OF GEOPHYSICAL METHODS

Gamma
Depth adjustment “Pick up”, sensor offsets and rat holes
Electric logs versus Gamma
Induction and Gamma in cased holes
Multiple logs (“Montage”) Gamma and statistics
Log correlation
Image log applications

HYDROPHYSICAL/HYDROLOGIC METHODS

USGS Heat Pulse Flow Meter (HPFM)
Electromagnetic Flow Meter (EMFM)
Colloidal Borescope flow meter (CBFM)
Packer with Differential Pressure (PdP)
Spinner Flow Meter
Hydrophysical Logging (HPL)

EXAMPLES OF HYDROPHYSICAL/HYDROLOGICAL METHODS

Simple HPFM and EMFMHPFM interpretation
HPFM versus Spinner
Integrated HPFM with Image logs
Hydrophysical logging examples
Compare Hydrophysical Logging and HPFM results

HYDRAULIC TEST EQUIPMENT AND METHODS

Straddle packer Testing Equipment Overview
Methods to Quantify Hydraulic Conductivity from Hydrologic Methods

COMPARISON OF HYDRAULIC TEST RESULTS AND HYDROPHYSICAL METHODS

Comparison of Geophysical/Hydrophysical Results to Packer Testing

GRAND INTEGRATION

Example of integrating geophysical, hydraulics, aquifer tests and surface geophysics.

QA/QC SUMMARY

Tool Specific Issues
Tool calibrations and confirming proper tool operation
Problems and Pitfalls
Collecting Legally Defensible Data

OVERVIEW/CONCLUDING REMARKS

Summary Exam

REFERENCES