Earth Resistivity Monitoring training for Monitoring and Testing available in Mexico

  • Advanced Resistivity Imaging Seminar

    Going beyond the topics of the Resistivity Imaging Seminar with advanced processing using the EarthImager inversion modeling software: The Advanced Resistivity Imaging Seminar will provide attendees with a better understanding of 1D, 2D, 3D and 4D resistivity/IP imaging methods through the use and understanding of AGI EarthImager™ data ...

    By Advanced Geosciences, Inc. based in Austin, TEXAS (USA).

  • Resistivity Imaging Seminar

    A three-day seminar focusing on Electrical Resistivity Imaging with the SuperSting Electrical Resistivity Imaging system. The AGI Resistivity Imaging Seminar is designed for those professionals who are involved in, beginning to consider, or have oversight/review responsibilities of others currently conducting DC Resistivity or IP imaging surveys. ...

    By Advanced Geosciences, Inc. based in Austin, TEXAS (USA).

  • Marine Resistivity Imaging Seminar

    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, ...

    By Advanced Geosciences, Inc. based in Austin, TEXAS (USA).

  • Cathodic Protection Virtual Simulator Training

    The NEW Virtual Training Simulator is an interactive way for you to practice your cathodic protection (CP) skills virtually! This 12 station virtual training program allows you to refresh your CP skills, keep up with current practical techniques and prepare for your CP classes and exams by working through step-by-step, real-life testing scenarios ...

    By NACE International based in Houston, TEXAS (USA). from Cathodic Protection Virtual Simulator Training Training line

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