core logging

core logging

[′kȯr ‚läg·iŋ]
(geology)
The analysis of the strata through which a borehole passes by the taking of core samples at predetermined depth intervals as the well is drilled.
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Drill core logging is in process and samples will be submitted for gold and multi-element analyses.
Kolberg holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Geology from Western Washington University and has previous experience as a co-project geologist planning and monitoring drilling operations, core logging, and report writing.
The drill core was transported to the Company's warehouse in Fairbanks, Alaska where core logging facilities are located.
The Company expects that all core logging and sampling activities will be completed by mid August, 2010.
This book is an expanded and updated version of Cores and Core Logging for Geologists (ISBN-13: 978-1870325257), which was originally published in 1999 as a 120 page paperback (US $39.
Their second placement period will be spent within an exploration company, working at additional field mapping and possibly drill core logging, as well as associated work.
com/research/p9z97m/cores_and_core) has announced the addition of the "Cores and Core Logging for Geoscientists, 2nd edition" report to their offering.
The Company will be evaluating the data contained in the assay report in preparation for the drilling program and core logging to begin on schedule next month.
comprising of core logging shed, accommodation buildings, an office
Mexivada will report further on the core logging and assays as the work proceeds.
The 2006 program will focus on the MacNugget property near the town of Webequie, where accommodation and core logging facilities are available.