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JEF 344 - Geophysical Measurements

Course Objectives

1.proficiency in geophysical and geological sciences topics that emphasize on understanding of the solid earth and
related physical processes.
2.ability to use modern geophysical instruments and computer facilities to collect, process and interpret geophysical
data for the solution of geophysical problems by combining information from the relevant multi-disciplines.
3.ability to apply the principles of geophysics to the solutions of engineering problems of rock and soil mechanics,
natural hazard (earthquakes, tsunamis, flooding, land slides), exploration of natural resources, hydrogeology,
environment and archeology, and estimation of the physical properties of the shallow and deep earth crust.
4.knowledge on the exploration for natural resources and industrial raw materials on land and marine environment.
5. communication skills with the professionals by means of oral and written presentations of individual and/or team
projects achieved by taking care of the impact of the solutions on the society, considering ethical responsibility and life-long learning.

Course Description

Preliminary studies related to the solutions of different prospecting and geological problems; arrangements of the measuring equipments; measurements and their stages; selection of measurement points and directions, their effects on the results; to carry out electrical, electromagnetic, gravity, magnetic, seismic, self potential measurements in field; preparation of graphics and maps of the obtained data; data-processing techniques; evaluation and interpretation stages; writing and presentation of the report. In addition to the measurements at weekends, a ten-day compulsory field camp is included in the course to teach practical field life.

Course Coordinator
Caner İmren
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