Andrew Binley: Presentations at the EAGE Near Surface 2005 Workshop on Hydrogeophysics

Presentations at the EAGE Near Surface 2005 Workshop on Hydrogeophysics

Hydrogeophysics - a tool for sustainable use of groundwater resources
Sunday 4th September 20005
Organisers: Andrew Binley (Lancaster University, UK), Reinhard Kirsch (LANU-SH, Germany)
and Alberto Godio (Politecnico di Torino, Italy).




Hydrogeophysics - expectations, limitations and challenges
Andrew Binley, Lancaster University, UK

Monitoring of flow in the vadose zone
Giorgio Cassiani, UniversitÓ di Milano, Italy

Vulnerability maps: concepts and techniques
Reinhard Kirsch, LANU-SH, Germany

Large scale mapping of aquifer covering layers using geoelectrical methods
Kurt S°rensen, University of Aarhus, Denmark

From resistivity to geophysical clay thickness
Anders Vest Christiansen, University of Aarhus, Denmark

Integrated Seismic and GPR characterization of fractured rocks
Michele Pipan, University of Trieste, Italy

Electrical methods for characterising fractured rock
Reinhard Kirsch, LANU-SH, Germany

Aquifers in glacial deposits: influence of buried valleys and salt domes
Helga Wiederhold, GGA Hannover, Germany

Structural aquifer mapping using transient electromagnetic methods
Esben Auken, University of Aarhus, Denmark

Characterisation of structures and transport processes in aquifers using electrical methods
Andreas Kemna, Forschungszentrum JŘlich, Germany

Characterizing subsurface flows in aquifers and the vadose zone using SP: A review
Pascal Sailhac, University of Strasbourg, France

Monitoring a salt remediation site with time-lapse electrical resistivity imaging
Larry Bentley, University of Calgary, Canada

Surface Nuclear Magnetic Resonance - A most valuable new technique for hydrogeophysics
Ugur Yaramanci, TU Berlin, Germany

Extra information and future events
Andrew Binley, Lancaster University, UK


Last updated on 19 October 2005