Radioactive methods of prospecting and assaying of mineral (radioactive and non radioactive) deposits, halflife, decay constant, radioactive equilibrium, G M counter, scintillation detector, semiconductor devices, application of radiometric for exploration, assaying and radioactive waste disposal.
RADIOMETRIC SURVEYS Osmond, J. K., and Rogers, J. J. W., 1959, The geochem— of thorium and uranium: Physics and Chemistry of the Ähren, L. H., Press, F., and Rankama, K. (eds.) . F.Ä., 1958, Radiometric method of prospecting for oil, and development of the method, and experience in its application: no reference available.
o section xpaper 15 use of the methods of atomic physics in oil and gas prospecting and production by g. n. flerov," f. a. alexeyev,** v. n. dakhnov, yu. a. gulin and y. s. shimelevitch abstract. The paper deals with the application of nuclear physics methods in oil and gas detection, prospecting and production in the Radioactive logging .
Geophysics and Mineral Prospecting. This book is a try to give idea about using the available geological and geophysical data; including gravity; magnetic and radiometric of the basement rocks to identify the lithological and structural features which may control the occurrences of mineralization of economic value (metallic and nonmetallic minerals).
Introduction; Equipment and Field Procedure; Interpretation of gravity data; Applications of gravity method in groundwater prospecting; Radiometric method; Interpretation; Geothermal Method; Near Surface measurement of temperatures; Interpretation 8.
For their success, each of these methods relies upon a physical contrast to exist between the buried archaeological feature and the properties of the surrounding subsoil. Understanding the archaeological origin of such physical contrasts, in terms of density, thermal conductivity, electrical resistance, magnetic or dielectric properties, remains .