reflection survey

reflection survey

[ri′flek·shən ‚sər‚vā]
(engineering)
Study of the presence, depth, and configuration of underground formations; a ground-level explosive charge (shot) generates vibratory energy (seismic rays) that strike formation interfaces and are reflected back to ground-level sensors. Also known as seismic survey.
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4%), completed the reflection survey, and 12 students participated in focus group interviews.
The items of the Helpfulness of Program Reflection survey were combined into a single scale where higher scores indicate greater helpfulness of program reflection activities.
This whole theme is applied on Dhamraki-01 with the help of well data and seismic reflection survey analysis.
Results from the reflection survey also support our hypothesis, (see appendix).
A reflection survey, which uses reflection waves for imaging structures, is a powerful method for identifying acoustic anomalies and boundaries, and various techniques to measure reflectors and process the collected data have been developed [e.
The quantitative component of this study includes results from the Teacher Reflection Survey completed by teacher candidates across the state participating in the 2003 PACT pilot.
An airborne magnetic survey, jointly funded by NGP and the US Department of Energy (DOE) will begin this week, to be followed with a seismic reflection survey, supplemental ground magnetic surveys, and precision gravity surveys.
Satish Singh, Professor at the IPG Paris, explains: "The objective of this new deep seismic reflection survey is to build an earthquake and tsunami risk map and to then prepare different possible disaster scenarios based on the results.
seismic reflection survey which was conducted over four lines in order to define the configuration and depth of the inferred palaechannel in the area of the radiometric anomaly.
Seismic reflection surveys are a method of oil/gas exploration, and have the potential to seriously disturb the marine mammals and fish Qikiqtaaluk Inuit rely upon.
In 1977 to 1980, an unprecedented deep-water petroleum exploration program commenced with detailed seismic reflection surveys, and ended with the drilling of 11 wells on the plateau in water as deep as 1,354 meters.