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AGI Suggested Reading | Part 4

Posted by Sean on Oct 31, 2018

Let’s continue with our eight-part series where we’ll be recommending some further reading for those of you who want to learn more about resistivity, induced polarization, and more in the realm of geophysics. The trio of suggestions that we’ve listed below cover geophysical inversion, induced polarization, and matrix computations. Reading any (or all) of these should help to broaden your knowledge and bolster your confidence going into your next geophysical survey.

 

And in case you missed them, here are the previous suggestions in this series:

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AGI Suggested Reading Part 4

AGI Suggested Reading | Part 3

Posted by Sean on Oct 29, 2018

Welcome back to our eight-part series where we’ll be recommending some further reading for those of you who want to learn more about resistivity, induced polarization, and more. We hope our suggestions so far have been helpful in broadening your understanding of these topics. And if not—well—the third time's the charm!

In case you missed them, here are the previous suggestions in this series:

Part 1

Part 2...

AGI Suggested Reading Part 3

AGI Suggested Reading | Part 2

Posted by Sean on Oct 23, 2018

Welcome back to our eight-part series where we’ll be recommending some further reading for those of you who want to learn more about resistivity, induced polarization, and more. Click here if you missed Part 1.

 

Ok, on to our second round of suggestions:


 

Edwards, L.S., 1977, A modified pseudosection for resistivity and induced polarization, Geophysics, 42, 1020-1036.

 

Abstract:

Dipole‐dipole...

AGI Suggested Reading part 2

AGI Suggested Reading | Part 1

Posted by Sean on Oct 19, 2018

Welcome to this eight-part series where we’ll be recommending some further reading for those of you who want to learn more about resistivity, induced polarization, and more. We’ve used the publications in this list time and time again—and we want to share that knowledge with you!

 

This won’t be a definitive list (since there is a lot of great literature out there), but the publications we’ve chosen should help to give you a better understanding of these topics—which can only improve your future geophysical surveys. We’ll be linking to the...

AGI Suggested Reading Part 1

AGI is co-hosting a Free 1-day workshop at SIUE!

Posted by Sean on Sep 27, 2018

On October 25th, 2018, we'll be co-hosting a free workshop that's open to the public. This event will be held at Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville in Edwardsville, Illinois. Special thanks to the SIUE Geo-Institute Student Chapter for putting this together! 

You can RSVP for this event here: RSVP for the Free 1-Day Workshop  

 

We're...

Free 1 Day workshop at SIUE

AGI Proudly Announces the New 3rd Generation SuperSting™ Marine System

Posted by Sean on Aug 23, 2018

We're beyond excited to announce our innovative new system that will change the way that you do marine surveys! With our 3rd Generation SuperSting™ Marine System, you can now perform marine surveys easier and at least 30% faster. 

 

These new features are custom-built to handle the specific situations that happen on the water:

  • The AGI Survey Planner

  • Route Optimization

  • Precise Guided Navigation

  • Customizable Real-Time Data Plots

  • ...

AGE will be in Portugal for the Near Surface Geoscience 2018 Conference

Posted by Sean on Aug 23, 2018

Come see us at Booth# 1 to talk about Electrical Resistivity, AGI Products, Marine Surveys, and more!

We're proud to announce that we will be in Porto, Portugal September 9-13 for the Near Surface Geoscience 2018 Conference. We'll be at Booth# 1 talking to visitors about our products and answering any questions. Feel free to stop by and ask us about our new Marine Resistivty System, Electrical Resistivity, AGI Products, or just share whatever is on your mind! We're always happy to talk to new and old customers. We've...

AGE will be at the Near Surface Conference 9/9 - 9/13

How To Test For Underground Voids (Using Electrical Resistivity Imaging)

Posted by Sean on Aug 16, 2018

In our previous article, The 7 Most Common Signs of Sinkholes, we went over some visual cues to spot sinkholes before total collapse. Now, let’s get a little more hands-on and show you how you can actually test for sinkholes before they occur.

 

So let’s say you suspect that your site may have an underground void (maybe you see depressions in the ground or cracks in your foundation). If you see any signs of a sinkhole, you’ll have to test the area to see what kind of subsidence or sinkhole you’...

How to test for voids using Electrical Resistivity Imaging

Customer Spotlight: CGS | Legendary Sunken Treasure Found in China With The Help Of Electrical Resistivity Imaging!

Posted by Sean on Jul 19, 2018

Well it’s not everyday that we get to use a headline like that—but it’s true! Last year in China, a customer of ours—China Geological Survey (CGS)—worked with The University of Electronic Science and Technology, and Laurel Technologies for an extraordinary project. The joint research team was tasked to conduct an underwater and shoreline geophysical exploration of the Shen Yin site in Jiangkou after a few artifacts were discovered by locals near the shores of a river. These findings quickly grew into a high-profile...

Legendary Sunken Treasure Found in China with Electrical Resistivity Imaging

How to find groundwater using Electrical Resistivity Imaging

Posted by Sean on Jul 03, 2018

So often, after someone asks "What is groundwater?", the next immediete question is "How do I find groundwater?". Well today, we're teaching you the best way we know how to find groundwater—Electrical Resistivity Imaging. First things first, we have to remember where groundwater can be found. As you know from our Groundwater Education Series, an aquifer is a natural underground reservoir of water that can be used as a water source. There are few geological formations in the ground...

AGI Groundwater Education Series: How to find groundwater using ERI

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