Syllabus/achievement requirements

The lecture notes delivered by the lecturer(s) on Fronter during the course serve as the only references for the final written exam. The reference textbook below is however highly recommended to complement the corresponding parts of the lectures (e.g., explanations), especially for students not attending the latter. Chapters referred to are not used in the same order during the lectures.

Reference Textbook used in part for the lectures and as guide to students:

An Introduction to Applied and Environmental Geophysics, 2nd Edition”, 2011 Author: John M. Reynolds; Publisher: John Wiley and Sons, Ltd, 2011 Available in paperback (Akademika) and electronic version (web).

Chapter 1: Introduction - 1.1-1.5

Chapter 2: Gravity Methods - 2.1-2.6

Chapter 3: Geomagnetic Methods - 3.1-3.8

Chapter 4: Applied Seismology: Introduction and principles - 4.1-4.6

Chapter 5: Seismic Refraction Surveying - 5.1-5.6

Chapter 6: Seismic Reflection Surveying - 6.1-6.6

Chapter 7: Electrical Resistivity Methods - 7.1-7.5

Chapter 8: Spontaneous (Self) Potential Methods - 8.1-8.6

Chapter 9: Induced Polarisation - 9.1-9.3

Chapter 10: Electromagnetic Methods: Introduction and Principles - 10.1-10.2

Chapter 13: Introduction to Ground-Penetrating Radar - 13.1-13.7

Chapter 14: Ground-Penetrating Radar: Applications and Case histories - 14.1-14.3

Published Nov. 14, 2013 9:29 AM