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…

HGI & COVID-19

2020 Mar 23 9:01pm

We Are Open For Business – HGI COVID-19 Update hydroGEOPHYSICS (HGI) is open for business and will remain operating at this time. We are taking all possible measures to enhance the safety and health of our employees and clients while maintaining the exceptional service you expect…
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…
Moira Poje voted one of the “Best of SAGEEP” for her presentation: ELECTROFACIES MAPPING OF THE SANTA CRUZ AND SAN PEDRO ALLUVIAL FLOODPLAINS WITH MULTIPLE GEOELECTRICAL METHODS At this year’s Symposium on the Application of Geophysics to Engineering and Environmental Problems (SAGEEP),…
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…
  Solutions for a complex world: Seismic Surface Waves Subsurface Investigations Using Multi-Channel Analysis of Surface Waves (MASW)  Article by: Jeremy Strohmeyer | hydroGEOPHYSICS   The MASW method is based on the measurement of surface wave energy, also known as ground roll. As…

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