2010 - Hydrogeophysics


This short course aims to provide training in the use of geophysical methods for hydrological investigations.The focus will be on geoelectrical and georadar methods, although other methods will be covered.

Students will learn about the relationships between hydrological and geophysical properties and how to design and carry out surveys using geophysical techniques. We will also outline various approaches for fusion of various hydrogeophysical data. Hands-on training in the use of inverse methods for analysis of hydrogeophysical data will be given.  A field excursion will take place in order to show operational hydrogeophysical surveys and provide some exposure to practical techniques.

Case studies will be presented to demonstrate the potential value of geophysics in hydrological investigations, from small plot scale to large scale studies. We will outline the limitations of current hydrogeophysical methods and identify specific opportunities in this field.

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