geoelectric methods

Application of geoelectric and remote sensing methods for ore mineral resources prospecting

The results of experimental approbation of geoelectric methods of forming short-pulsed electromagnetic field (FSPEF) vertical electric-resonance sounding (VERS) and the technology of satellite data processing and interpretation for the "direct" prospecting the ore minerals and water-bearing reservoirs are analyzed.

Surveying of landslide-dangerous areas by mobile geoelectric methods

The results of practical application of geoelectric methods of forming short-pulsed electromagnetic field (FSPEF) and vertical electric-resonance sounding (VERS), as well as georadar soundings on destroyed by landslide area of road are given. It is shown, that the presence of the zone with raised filtering of ground waters is the main reason of roadway erosion and landslide formation. The finding and mapping of water flow and area of the raised soil moistening can be realized operatively by complex of mobile geophysical methods.

Possibility of mobile geophysical technologies during oil and gas prospecting and exploration

The mobile geophysical technology include a special method of the remote sensing data processing and interpreting, aerial mapping method of the forming short-pulsed electromagnetic field (FSPEF), method of vertical electric-resonance sounding (VERS). Inclusion of such technologies in traditional complex of exploration geological-geophysical methods will promote both minimization of the financial expenses on the oil-and-gas exploration problems solving, and essential reduction of time for their practical realization.

New data about the deep heterogeneities of drake passage structures and the hydrocarbon potential of the Antarctic peninsula continental margin

The results of investigations obtained during the seasonal geophysical works of the 17th Ukrainian Antarctic Expedition (March 2012) are given. The marine geoelectric researches by methods of forming a short-pulsed electromagnetic field (FSPEF) and vertical electric-resonance sounding (VERS) had been conducted in this region. In the vicinity of the Ukrainian Antarctic station (UAS) “Academician Vernadsky”, in the Drake Passage and Bransfield, as well as in the western Scotia Sea made more than 85 deep-sounding VERS (to a depth of 24 300 m).