petrographer


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petrographer

[pə′träg·rə·fər]
(geology)
An individual who does petrography.
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With 30 years of experience as a concrete petrographer, Randolph has performed thousands of petrographic and microscopical analyses of concrete and concrete materials.
Glagolev (1927-1993), Russian petrographer who worked at Kovdor for many years.
Williams, consulting petrographer, compares the massive sulphide mineralization to the upper part of the stratigraphic sequence of the Noranda area.
Russ Honea, a mineralogist and petrographer, was doing polished and thin-section studies of the various rock units in the mine.
The petrographer then identifies those minerals useful for fluid inclusion studies and determines their paragenetic relationships.
The event will take place in conjunction with the committees' standards development meetings, and provide a forum for cement technologists and concrete petrographers to present technologies advancing the industry and addressing quality control challenges.
Poole and Sims describe techniques for analyzing and evaluating concrete and other cementitious materials, providing professional petrographers both background information and details of some of the specialist techniques necessary for petrographic investigations.