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Non-seismic Geophysics

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Thursday, February 19, 2015

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David Bamford
Future Energy Partners Ltd

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Talk Description
There is reasonably well documented evidence that petroleum seepage gives rise to near surface anomalies in soils and vegetation that can be detected with various geophysical technologies. some of which can be airborne, offering a relatively rapid reconnaissance tool.
The evidence and the technologies will be briefly reviewed.

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