Reflection / Vibroseis
- Acoustic impedance contrasts (density and speed contrasts)
- Velocity of P-Waves
- Velocity of S-Waves
- Magnetic susceptibility
- Density contrasts
- Dielectric permittivity contrasts
What is geophysics?
Applied geophysics is a field of Earth Sciences that uses quantitative methods derived from physics to identify buried geological or anthropological structures.
The primary contribution of geophysics is its capacity to provide information on the distribution of given parameters in the ground (seismic velocity, electrical resistivity, etc).
Geophysical methods allow us to create precise geological models at an optimized cost through regionalization of borehole data.
Geological interpretation of a site is constrained through the use of multiple and joint geophysical techniques.
The selected technique depends on the matter and structure to investigate.
This multi-method approach grants the optimization of borehole locations, therefore reducing costs.
Mapping sedimentation features in an alluvial valley
Mapping exploitable gravel layers with Electrical Resistivity Tomography
Regional geological recognition for the implementation of a urban geothermal concept
Seismic refraction for weather zone assessment in vibroseismic processing
Regional geological recognition for the implementation of a cantonal geothermal concept