USGS Groundwater Information: Hydrogeophysics Branch
OGW BG provides formal and informal geophysical training to USGS offices and cooperators. Because training is customized to address specific interests and needs, each training event is unique.
Learn about examples of OGW BG courses and USGS project support:
Workshop: Borehole and Surface Geophysical Methods for Characterization of Alluvial-Aquifer Framework and Shallow and Deep Aquifer Interactions (March 2007)
Workshop: Multi-channel Analysis of Surface Waves Seismic Method (MASW)- Field and Analysis Procedures (October 2006)
Workshop: Borehole and Surface Geophysical Methods for Water-Quality Sampling of Multiple-Zone Wells and Delineation of Fresh/Saline Water Interface (November 2005)
Demo: Cross-hole flowmeter field demonstration at USDA-USGS research well array (May 2005)
Workshop: Surface and Borehole Geophysical Applications in Karst Aquifers (February 2003)
Support: BG Support for Borehole-Geophysical Research at Aquifer Storage and Recovery Research Site (Summer 2002)
Demo: DODEC 2002 Geophysics Demonstration
Workshop: Application of Geophysical & Discrete-Zone Monitoring Methods - Piedmont & Coastal-Plain Aquifers (April 2002)
Workshop: Swept-Frequency Marine Seismic Training for the USGS Kansas Water Science Center (October 2001)
Interested USGS offices and cooperators should see our training schedule.