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Ground Penetrating Radar

by Apex Geoservices Ltd     based in Wexford, IRELAND

Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) is an electromagnetic technique used to image the subsurface and has many applications including investigating the underlying geology, locating buried objects such as pipes and tanks and mapping peat thickness.

Microgravity

by Apex Geoservices Ltd     based in Wexford, IRELAND

Microgravity surveying involves the measurement of the Earth's Gravitational Field on the earth’s surface. Density variations of the underlying geology will result in variations of the recorded microgravity readings. These density variations may be caused by features such as air, water or sediment filled cavities, or changes in the nature of ...

Atomized Liquid Injection (ALI)

by ARS Technologies Inc.     based in New Brunswick, NEW JERSEY (USA)

Atomized Liquid Injection (ALI) is a very effective method for injecting liquids and slurries uniformly within all types of geology. In addition, the injection radius of influence is considerably greater than what is achievable using conventional hydraulic injection. ALI relies upon the premise that it is more effective to inject gases or ...

Membrane Interface Probe (MIP)

by EJLSKOV A/S     based in Aarhus N, DENMARK

The MIP probe is mounted as a extension of the pipes which is pushed into the subsurface. During each MIP probing a continuers contamination profile is generated through the subsurface logging the following data: Conductivity (SCL). Ramming speed. Probe temperature. Deflection on the detectors.

Geographical Information Systems

by Ambiental Technical Solutions     based in Falmer, UNITED KINGDOM

Ambiental offers highly competitive GIS training courses and consultancy for our clients in a variety of industry sectors. Geographical Information Systems (GIS) are used to store, retrieve, view, analyse and report on spatial data. This data can relate to any characteristic which varies spatially. For example, data relating to topography, soils, ...

Pneumatic Fracturing (PF)

by ARS Technologies Inc.     based in New Brunswick, NEW JERSEY (USA)

Pneumatic Fracturing (PF) can best be described as a process whereby a gas is injected into the subsurface at pressures exceeding the natural in situ pressures in the soil/rock interface (i.e. overburden pressure, cohesive stresses, etc.) and at flow volumes exceeding the natural permeability of the formation.

HRC PRIMER - Hydrogen Release Compound

by REGENESIS     based in San Clemente, CALIFORNIA (USA)

HRC PRIMER is a less viscous version of the standard Hydrogen Release Compound (HRC) product. It is a thinner, water-like compound that is typically injected into an aquifer where it releases lactic acid at a rate faster than standard HRC (several weeks), but at a slower, more controlled rate than dispersing aqueous simple sugar solutions or ...

AeroTEM - Helicopter-Borne Time Domain Electromagnetic System

by Aeroquest Limited     based in Mississauga, ONTARIO (CANADA)

The AeroTEM system is a new and innovative approach to geophysical surveying. The original concept of a coincident coil helicopter-borne time domain system was pioneered by Aerodat scientists in the early 1980's under the guidance of Wally Bokyo (founder of Aerodat in 1969, and founder of Aeroquest in 1988). Aeroquest has since refined the system ...

FutureGen - Power Plant

by FutureGen Alliance, Inc.     based in Washington, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (USA)

One of the things that makes the FutureGen power plant unique is its ability to capture the CO2 created during the electricity generation process, compress it and pump it into deep geologic formations thousands of feet below the earth’s surface where it is permanently stored. This technology is known as carbon storage (sometimes also called ...

HRC-X - Hydrogen Release Compound [eXtended]

by REGENESIS     based in San Clemente, CALIFORNIA (USA)

HRC-X is a controlled release, electron donor material, that when hydrated is specifically designed to produce an extended, controlled release of lactic acid. The newly available lactic acid is critical for the production of hydrogen to fuel anaerobic biodegradation processes in soil and groundwater. HRC-X contains more lactic acid than HRC and is ...

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