Marine Resistivity Imaging Seminar

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Marine Resistivity Imaging Seminar

AGI invites you to attend a three-day seminar on marine resistivity imaging. This short course is intended for those professionals interested in continuous resistivity profiling (CRP) with a boat-towed electrode streamer on the water and underwater resistivity imaging with a stationary, underwater cable on the bottom. This seminar will cover all aspects of marine resistivity imaging such as AGI SuperSting R8 Marine system, marine resistivity imaging survey design, field acquisition procedures, data processing and interpretation. The seminar will begin promptly at 9:00AM and will last until approximately 5:00PM each day. Lunch and refreshments will be provided by AGI.

More About Seminar

AGI is proud to conduct 3-day Marine Resistivity training seminars to our customers and anyone interested in marine DC Resistivity Imaging. The seminar covers a broad variety of topics related to marine DC Resistivity data acquisition and data processing.

The AGI Marine Resistivity Imaging Seminar is designed for those professionals who are involved in, beginning to consider, or have oversight/review responsibilities of others currently conducting marine DC Resistivity imaging surveys. This seminar is a “hands-on” seminar covering marine DC Resistivity imaging topics such as: theory; data acquisition; field procedures; data processing; data presentation; and interpretation using the AGI Marine SuperSting™ Resistivity System and AGI EarthImager™ software.

The marine seminar will also provide attendees a better understanding of marine resistivity imaging methods through the use and understanding of AGI EarthImager™ data processing software. This data processing and advanced data acquisition part of the seminar will discuss topics such as: the use of the EarthImager™ software, theoretical aspects of forward modeling and inversion, marine survey design issues, and hands-on practice on how to process underwater data and marine continuous resistivity profiling (CRP) data.

The seminar is three days long and goes from 9:00 a.m. until approximately 5:00 p.m. each day. Lunch and refreshments will be provided by AGI.

This course meets the 15 hour Continuing Education requirement for professional development, a condition for Texas P.G. license renewal.

The seminars are limited to 6 people and reservations will be accepted on a “first-come- first-serve basis.” If you are interested in attending, please forward your interest as soon as possible to ensure that space is available and reserved for you.

Seminar Agenda for Marine Resistivity Imaging

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Day 1: Introduction and stationary, underwater cable acquisition

  • Introduction
  • Basic Resistivity Theory
  • Case histories
  • AGI SuperSting R8 Marine system
    • SuperSting R8 Marine meter
    • Electrode streamer
    • Bottom cable
  • Preparation for field survey
  • Underwater resistivity imaging with a stationary, underwater cable

Day 2: Marine tow streamer acquisition

  • Introduction and mobilization to marina
  • Preparation for marine resistivity data acquisition at nearby lake
  • Continuous resistivity profiling (CRP) with a towed electrode streamer in a lake

Day 3: Marine Data Processing

  • Data processing
    • AGI SuperSting Administrator
    • Marine Log Manager
    • AGI EarthImager
    • Processing data collected on Day 1 & Day 2
  • More case histories
  • Recommended literature

2011 Seminar Schedule and Location

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  • Half price for students with proof of current student ID.
  • Your payment is fully refundable up to two weeks (14 days) prior to the seminar, but no refund after that date. However, you may apply your payment to a future seminar at AGI or at AGE.
  • Wireless internet connection is available at the seminar for your communication convenience.
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Advanced Geosciences, Inc.
Advanced Geosciences, Inc.
2121 Geoscience Drive
Austin ,  Texas 78726

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