geologic log

geologic log

[¦jē·ə¦läj·ik ′läg]
(geology)
A graphic presentation of the lithologic or stratigraphic units or both traversed by a borehole; used in petroleum and mining engineering as well as geological surveys.
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Those results will then be added to the geologic log of the drill hole.
All of these devices are digital (with the exception of the optical microscope) and their data will be recorded with the data logger, and joined with the geologic log of the core.
All information relating to drillhole collar location, downhole survey, assays, geologic logs and QA/QC aspects of the program is stored in the QMC database.
Assays and geologic logs are available for KR-001, but no drill cuttings were preserved.
Geologic logs show that pyrite-chalcopyrite-pyrrhotite-molybdenum mineralization was intersected in all four widely-spaced holes.
During RMI's site visits, drill core was inspected against assay and geologic logs to verify the logging practices.