G L E 596: Electrical and Electromagnetic Methods in Applied Geophysics
- Catalog Description:
The use of electrical and electromagnetic fields for determining subsurface characteristics with an emphasis on solving engineering and exploration problems. Topics include the resistivity, induced polarization, electromagnetic induction, magnetotelluric and ground penetrating radar methods.
- Credits: 3
- Prerequisites or Corequisites: 1 yr coll calc, 1 yr coll physics or EMA 201, 202 & Physics 202, GLE/Geol 594
- Official Course Description (pdf)