Solutions For A Complex World: Geophysical Tools For Lithium Basin Characterization  Article by: Caleb Perez | hydroGEOPHYSICS   The race is on to harness innovative green energy technologies and their clean power. Governments worldwide are forging ahead with determination to transform the…
Solutions For A Complex World: Geophysics For Managed Aquifer Recharge Article by:  HGI Staff | hydroGEOPHYSICS In the United States, groundwater provides drinking water for roughly half of the country’s population.  As populations grow and the climate changes, increasing stress is placed on…
Solutions For A Complex World: Enhanced Recovery Techniques For Heap Leach Mining Article by:  HGI Staff | hydroGEOPHYSICS In the world of industrial open pit metal mining, heap leach pads are a mine site’s most valuable asset. These assets need to be maintained and monitored to continue to…

SME Minexchange 2022

2022 Feb 24 12:55pm

  HGI is thrilled to be attending the SME 2022 in-person conference! Our attending staff Dr. Dale Rucker – Chief Technical Officer Brian Cubbage – Southwest Regional Director Shawn Calendine – Marketing & Development Manager Visit us at the HGI booth located in…
Solutions For A Complex World: Pinpointing Heap Leach Seepage with Electrical Resistivity Tomography Article by: Dr. Dale Rucker | Chief Technical Officer | hydroGEOPHYSICS   Adverse hydraulic conditions within leach pads can lead to seep formation on side slopes. The formation of seeps and…
Solutions for a complex world: Geophysics Can Offer Long-term Solutions Preventing Industrial and Ecological Disasters  Article by: Shawn Calendine | hydroGEOPHYSICS   HGI‘s chief technical officer Dr. Dale Rucker has been receiving interview requests to hear his assessment of the…
Solutions for a complex world: Brownfield Assessment – Mapping The Unknowns Below With Geophysical Tools  Article by: Hannah Peterson | hydroGEOPHYSICS   A brownfield site is a former commercial or industrial site where future use is potentially affected by historic contamination. At…
Solutions for a complex world: Bare Liner Leak Location Surveys – The Water Puddle Method    Article by: Shawn Calendine | hydroGEOPHYSICS   For more than 40 years, a unique electric leak location method has been the go-to technique for finding leaks in nonpermeable geosynthetic…
Solutions for a complex world: Monitoring Ground Vibration with Geophysical Tools    Article by: Hannah Peterson | hydroGEOPHYSICS   Ground vibrations associated with construction or blasting can cause damage to nearby structures, disturb surrounding residents, and disrupt sensitive…
Solutions for a complex world: Targeted Drilling with Geophysical Characterization    Article by: Joe Cain | hydroGEOPHYSICS   Conducting a geophysical survey before, during, or after drilling can offer substantial advantages and reduce uncertainty for a drilling characterization…

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