International workshop “Petrophysical Properties of Crystalline Rocks”, London, September 10th and 11th, 2001 View Full Text


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2002-07

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Editorial Board

ABSTRACT

The international workshop “Petrophysical Properties of Crystalline Rocks was held in London, at the Geological Society, on the 10th and 11th of September, 2001. Convened by Peter Harvey and Tim Brewer (Borehole Research Group, University of Leicester, UK), Philippe Pezard (CNRS, Université Montpellier 2, France), and Vladislav Petrov (IGEM, Russian Academy of Earth Sciences), the meeting gathered 37 presentations and posters, on various aspects of the petrophysics of crystalline rocks. Covered topics included the hydraulic, electrical, seismic and mechanical properties of fractured rocks and reservoirs, the petrophysical properties of granites with implications for the disposal of radoactive waste, the petrophysical properties of the oceanic crust, the analysis of magnetic properties applied to basaltic and granitic magma emplacement, the seismic signature of lithospheric-scale ductile structures, the modelling and analysis of anisotropic physical properties. A wide range of methods and techniques were shown, including borehole geophysical measurements and imaging, modelling and laboratory measurements of physical properties, field measurements of various properties (electrical resistivity, electromagnetics, seismic anisotropy, micro-seismicity, anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility and remanence, porosity analysis on impregnated samples, etc.). We hope that the series of abstracts presented in this electronic contribution will give the reader a good idea of the richness of this petrophysics workshop, which was a perfect example of a powerful and stimulating multidisciplinary discussion on first-order scientific topics. More... »

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1-1

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Visual Geosciences

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1

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7

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