Title of Research Output

USRI Restore research group internship

Student Information

Tristan PaventiFollow

Faculty

Engineering

Supervisor Name

Christopher Power

Keywords

Geophysics, electromagnetic mapping

Description

A powerpoint presentation summarizing my summer internship at RESTORE environmental research group. This internship mainly focused on geophysics of electromagnetic mapping of high salinity zones. Electromagnetic instruments such as the EM31-MK2 and the GEM-2 were used to detect salinity, as well as electrical resistivity Tomography (E.R.T.). Another focus was waste rock from mines, where we conducted acidity tests and sieve analysis to discover the cumulative acidity from acid mine drainage.

Acknowledgements

I would like to thank Dr. Christopher Power, the Western USRI program, and the Restore research group for their support.

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USRI Restore research group internship

A powerpoint presentation summarizing my summer internship at RESTORE environmental research group. This internship mainly focused on geophysics of electromagnetic mapping of high salinity zones. Electromagnetic instruments such as the EM31-MK2 and the GEM-2 were used to detect salinity, as well as electrical resistivity Tomography (E.R.T.). Another focus was waste rock from mines, where we conducted acidity tests and sieve analysis to discover the cumulative acidity from acid mine drainage.