During this multinational flagship event, 2021 themed “Towards Synergy At Site Characterization”, Dr. Rainier Arndt – a Senior university lecturer and chartered expert witness for Geophysics in Austria – compared in his invited plenary talk/paper the benefits for the geotechnical community resulting from authentic hybrid seismics against standard deliverables from conservative processed, non-synergizing refraction / reflection seismic surveys. See all our pblications here.
Swiss Bulletin, a specialist publication for applied geology, published our paper High-resolution seismic pre-exploration – an effective financial risk
mitigation measure with geothermal projects (in German) in their Vol25/1+2,2020. See all our publications here.
Die Baustellen, the trade journal for structural, civil and special engineering published our paper Detection of karst dissolution zones using seismic methods (in German) in their october issue.
GeoExpert was present at the Modern2020 2nd International Conference on Monitoring in Geological Disposal of Radioactive Waste in Paris. Our presentation was about hybrid seismic surveying for detailed characterization of the shallow and intermediate depths subsurface. Download the extended abstract of the presented poster here.
The magazine SpektrumBau published our article Non-invasive and spatially continuous ground stability assessments using hybrid seismic surveying techniques in their 04/2018 issue.
Using P- and S-Wave Seismics, GeoExpert derived a way to image the subsurface in terms of its elastic moduli. Especially the Young’s Modulus is of outstanding interest in engineering geology. Following description gives a brief overview of the method.
The below video shows how we can plot the 2D refraction seismic sections into a 3D grid.
The 3D representation of the velocity fields allows a better understanding of the lateral and vertical extension of the underground features.
GeoExpert celebrates 25 years existence!