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Training on Resistivity Survey

Acquisition, Processing and Interpretation

About Training

The Disaster Preparedness & Prevention Centre (DPPC) to organise the above-mentioned event to showcase good practices in conducting geophysical survey for the environmental and engineering industry. Tentative topics include resistivity survey, data acquisition, processing and interpretation as well as a visit to the DPPC, MJIIT facility.

Tentative

Date:
30 & 31 July 2018

Venue:
Disaster Preparedness & Prevention Centre (DPPC), MJIIT
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur

Requirements

Participants are expected to BEAR THEIR OWN COST of accommodation, transport and meals. Registration is free of charge on a first-come-first served basis, with a deadline of 25 July 2018.

Geophysical Survey

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The benefit of geophysics is that it is non-invasive and can rapidly map large areas and reduce the chance of missing buried targets.

- Dr. Muhamad Ali Muhammad Yuzir

Associate Professor/Deputy Director

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+ Buried Foundations
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+ Buried Services
+ Contamination Plumes

Ground Hazards
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