EOSC 454 · Applied Geophysics

Using geophysics to characterize the Earth's subsurface for resource exploration, engineering, or environmental applications. Data acquisition, processing, and interpretation of geophysical surveys. Inversion examples drawn from potential (electrical, magnetic, gravity) or wave field (seismic, ground penetrating radar) surveys. [3-2-0] Prerequisite: All of EOSC 352, EOSC 353, EOSC 450 and one of PHYS 301, PHYS 354.

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For Winter Term 2018/19 this course is cross-listed with EOSC 510. For the course description, syllabus, notes, and assignments see here

Instructor: Valentina Radic ( )
TA: Sam Anderson ( )