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Property Name PhysicalProperties
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Description Describes the fundamental science behind the technique.

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Active Seismic Techniques +See [[Seismic Techniques]]
Airborne Gravity Survey +The physical property of interest is the gravity gradient, which is the rate of change of the gravitational field in a determined direction. For example, the vertical gravity gradient is the change in the gravity vector with depth in the z-direction. The unit of measurement for the gravity gradient is the Eotvos, equivalent to 10-4 mGal/m. <br><br>Also, see [[Ground Gravity Survey]].
Audio-Magnetotellurics +See [[Magnetotelluric Techniques]]; [[Electrical Techniques]]


Borehole Seismic Techniques +See [[Seismic Techniques]]


Controlled Source Audio MT +See [[Magnetotelluric Techniques]]; [[Electrical Techniques]]
Core Analysis +In-situ stress magnitude and orientation.


DC Resistivity Survey (Dipole-Dipole Array) +''See [[Electrical Techniques]]; [[Direct-Current Resistivity Survey]]''
DC Resistivity Survey (Mise-A-La-Masse) +''See [[Electrical Techniques]]; [[Direct-Current Resistivity Survey]]''
DC Resistivity Survey (Pole-Dipole Array) +See [[Electrical Techniques]]
DC Resistivity Survey (Schlumberger Array) +See [[Electrical Techniques]]
DC Resistivity Survey (Wenner Array) +See [[Electrical Techniques]]
Direct-Current Resistivity Survey +See [[Electrical Techniques]]


Electrical Profiling Configurations +See [[Electrical Techniques]]
Electromagnetic Profiling Techniques +See [[Electromagnetic Techniques]]; [[Electrical Techniques]]
Electromagnetic Sounding Techniques +See [[Electromagnetic Techniques]]; [[Electrical Techniques]]


Frequency-Domain Electromagnetic Survey +Frequency-domain EM induction tools obey Faraday’s Law of EM Induction. The measured quantities are the amplitude and phase of the secondary magnetic field.


Gravity Techniques +The fundamental physical laws defining the behavior of the gravitational field are Newton's Law of Attraction and Newton's Second Law. The gravitational field at a point is measured in milligals (mGal). The total gravity field and directional gradients of the gravity field can be measured.<br><br>1 Gal=1cm/s^2=1000 mGal<br><br> Density is the physical property of interest for a gravity survey. Density is an intrinsic property of a material and is measured in mass per unit volume (kg/m^3).
Ground Electromagnetic Techniques +See [[Electromagnetic Techniques]]; [[Electrical Techniques]]
Ground Gravity Survey +See [[Gravity Techniques]]
Ground Magnetics +See [[Magnetic Techniques]]


Magnetotellurics +See [[Magnetotelluric Techniques]]; [[Electrical Techniques]]
Micro-Earthquake +See [[Seismic Techniques]]
Microgravity-Hybrid Microgravity +See [[Gravity Techniques]]


Passive Seismic Techniques +See [[Seismic Techniques]]


Reflection Survey +See [[Seismic Techniques]]
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