Aberdeen University Geophysical Equipment Repository (AUGER)

Research Facilities: Facility

  • Location

    University of Aberdeen

    Meston Building

    Aberdeen

    AB24 3UE

    United Kingdom

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Description

AUGER is a suite of geophysical equipment available for research or commercial projects. It currently contains: 1 x Leica dGPS system; Geoscanners bistatic 80MHz and dual 200/400 MHz ground penetrating radar; 2 x Geometrics G-857 magnetometers; 48-channel Geode seismic reflection/refraction equipment with hammer source; 72-electrode IRIS Syscal resistivity tomography kit; 10 x Güralp 6TD 30 s-100 Hz and 6 x Güralp Certimus 120 s-100 Hz seismometers. We also have access to: GPR (Geoscanners), resistivity (RES2DINV), seismic refraction (Geometrics), seismic reflection (Halliburton SeisSpace/ProMAX), dGPS (Leica), gravity & magnetic (Oasis Montaj/Geosoft) processing software.

Keywords

  • QE Geology
  • Geophysics
  • Seismology
  • GPR
  • Resistivity
  • GPS
  • Magnetics
  • Seismic Reflection
  • Seismic Refraction
  • Ground Penetrating Radar
  • Borehole
  • Self Potential
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