Mount Sopris, ALT, and local representative GeoEXplo will be exhibiting at the CMGA7 in Algiers, Algeria from the 20th through the 22nd of February 2018!
As usual, the Colloque Moghrebin de Geophysique Appliquee CMGA7 will constitute a forum of exchange and discussion, gathering researchers, teachers and engineers involved in Applied Geophysics in Algeria. Lively discussions between different participants are expected during the oral presentations and poster sessions, as well as around the exhibition stands. In conjunction with exhibiting, Mount Sopris’ Taylor Weber will be presenting a paper on “Advances in Slimline Borehole Geophysical Logging”, as well as holding an “Introduction to Borehole Logging – Focus on Hydrogeology” workshop.
This 7th edition in Algeria is dedicated to natural resources that constitute a key element in the economic and social development of the Maghrebian societies. Within this scope, Applied Geophysics may represent a development model to promote in the coming years where the involvement of our community and its contribution is of the upmost importance.
Please stop by our booth to learn more about our existing technology and to see what’s new:
- Learn more about the latest neutron tool innovation that does not require a radioactive source to obtain real-time porosity data, and the new QL40-SIP (Spectral Induced Polarization) tool that sweeps formations adjacent to the borehole wall with over 50 complex resistivity frequencies to yield lithological and physical properties of earth media, including permeability/hydraulic conductivity, effective porosity, grain/pore size & distribution, and surface area. Data comparing SIP with other IP and resistivity tools will be available.
- Find out about the IWA “Intelligent Winch Assembly” which is spooled with 2500 meters standard 4-conductor geophysical wireline. This high capacity relatively small footprint, winch has boasts a 6 HP equivalent servo-controlled winch. It’s Aussie-tough for your most difficult logging sites.
- At only 19mm in diameter, the new 19GR Nano Gamma tool fits inside Geo push tubes for soil horizon profiling and the high-output scintillation crystal yields excellent lithological information. In fact, a new family of 19mm tools are emerging from Mount Sopris, including the new 19Video that connects to the same mini-winch as the 19GR Nano Gamma and produces excellent HDMI-type images of the borehole wall.