underground geology

underground geology

[¦ən·dər¦grau̇nd jē′äl·ə·jē]
(geology)
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The measurement is planned in order to acquire maximum coverage of the area to properly demarcate the underground geology and structures.
Stansfield pointed to a number of potential practical applications of Quantum technology from detecting micro changes in gravity to identify variations in underground geology and GPS navigation systems without the need for satellites to ultra-high speed image processing and seeing around corners using Quantum lasers.
The team's work at Bayfield included drilling boreholes at strategic points so they could investigate the underground geology and soil structure to try and identify the cause of movement.
The team's work at Bayfield included drilling bore holes at strategic points so they could investigate the underground geology and soil structure to try and identify the cause of movement.
The data gathered will help characterize the underground geology around the West Napa Fault and the Napa Valley in three dimensions.
This cocktail then percolates through the underground geology into our ground water (where we would like to store our fresh water) and travels with more or less speed towards the sea, towards the marine environments.
Another reason is that the Brazilian underground geology is still very poorly understood, but with further exploration many mineral deposits will be found and considering what we have seen in the past, we believe these mines will have a great potential.
China focussed gold exploration company Red Mountain Mining Limited (ASX:RMX) is to commence structural surface and underground geology studies at Xinqu mineralised area within the Zhongqu project to assist interpretation of the gold mineralisation.
A recently issued report from the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources shows Pennsylvania's underground geology may hold the key to protecting the environment against climate change while leading to new opportunities for the state's coal industry.
Models offer idealized mathematical descriptions of how hydrology and underground geology can affect flow.
EDIT is a breakthrough technology that enables detection and imaging of underground geology (of coal-seam horizons).
Pitarka cautions, however, that this simulation relies on assumptions about Seattle's underground geology, which scientists are only starting to map out.

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