HydroGEOPHYSICS’ Dr. Nigel Crook,  & Dr. Dale Rucker use Waterborne Electrical Resistivity to explore the subbottom sediments and other geological features of Mono Lake in California to answer questions related to recent-past volcanic and tectonic events.   Mono Lake…
Congratulations to hydroGEOPHYSICS Dr. Dale Rucker the new editor of the Journal of Environmental & Engineering Geophysics.  Dale is the Chief Technical Officer for hydroGEOPHYSICS, Inc (HGI) and holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering, MS in Civil Engineering, and a Doctorate in Hydrology and…
Earthen dams, levees, and impoundments are a dynamic slice of our national infrastructure and provide power, water, recreation, irrigation, flood protection, and many other advantages to growing populations across the country. Assessing the integrity of these structures is a critical component of…
Dale F. Rucker, hydroGEOPHYSICS, Inc.                   Dr. Dale Rucker Presents A Billion Gallons of Experience: Results from a long term subsurface heap leaching program. Tuesday Feb 23rd 2016 at 11am. Many studies have shown that surface leaching of…
Heap Leach Investigations Could Lead to Big Payback – If someone were to say that they could tell you where ore is being leached, where it was compacted and underleached, and where potential trouble spots were, would you be interested? Since the advent of the modern leaching operation,…
At first glance, brownfield sites may seem like easy targets for revitalization and improvement by municipalities and developers. Removing old structures and clearing the surface of a site is relatively straight forward.  Demolition and site clearance costs can quickly and easily be assessed and…
Introducing The New HGI Seattle Office HGI is pleased to announce that we have opened a new office in the Seattle, Washington area.  As we continue to expand our range of geophysical offerings, this new location will enable HGI to more effectively and efficiently provide the latest geophysical…

HGI hires Dr. Allan Haas

2014 Feb 27 11:44pm

HGI is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Allan Haas. Dr. Haas graduated from the Colorado School of Mines with Master’s and PhD degrees in Geophysics, focusing on subsurface dynamic fluid flow imaging research.  This research led to innovations in well leak detection (Dissertation…
HGI’s Surface Geophysical Exploration technology was featured in the July 29 issue of ‘Solutions’, a weekly publication of highlights and progress of the Hanford Tank Operations Contractor, Washington River Protection Solutions (WRPS).  Also known as SGE, Surface Geophysical Exploration…
   Dr. Jim Fink has retired after 15 years as Chief Scientist at Hydrogeophysics and a lifetime of dedication to the field of geophysics.  It is with great honor that the staff of HGI recognizes Dr. Fink for his many accomplishments, and distinguished career. Dr. Fink completed a dual-major…

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