Coal Exploration Using Georadar
New techniques in coal exploration develop slowly. Most of current work being done in this field relies heavily on the techniques and practices in common usage about 20 years ago.
RecsaLOG is proud to present the Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) or so-called Georadar for Coal Exploration.
Propagation, reflection, and attenuation of GPR signals are dependent on the dielectric and conductive properties of near-surface rock units. The GPR response is kinematically similar to that of conventional reflection seismic. Imaging and intepretation of GPR data can utilize techniques of seismic acquisition, processing and displays.
Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) that can image the subsurface profile continuously in real time have improved resolution and proving useful for Coal Exploration. GPR profile can define discontinuities in seams, faults can be identified clearly and also sedimentary layering which has contrast difference of dielectic constants.
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