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Electrical and Electromagnetic Methods

This course covers electrical (self potential, resistivity and induced polarization) and electromagnetic methods, including a discussion of the relevant physical properties, the background theory (Maxwell's equations), instrumentation and procedures to collect the data. Students will learn methods for processing, displaying and interpreting the data using qualitative methods and forward and inverse modelling methods. Case history examples, including searching for mineral deposits will be discussed. PREREQ: Completion of 30 university credits which include GEOL 1006/1007; PHYS 1006 /1007; MATH 1036 or 1912. Recommended MATH 2037. Students cannot retain credits for both GEOL 4816 and GEOL 5816. (lec 3, lab 3) cr 3.

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