Marine Geophysical Mapping Methods, 7.5 ECTS

First level

Facts

Study pace 100%
Study time Daytime
Study form Normal
Language English
Special eligibility requirements
Admission to the course requires knowledge equivalent to 45 credits in Geology or Earth science, where Geology and geophysics 15 credits, 15 credits Physical geography, Mathematical methods in earth science 7.5 credits, Statistical methods in earth science 7.5 credits, alternatively, the courses Tellus I - Geology, 15 credits, Tellus II - Geology, 12.5 credits, Tellus III - Geology, 2.5 credits and 15 credits of mathematics and statistics or equivalent.

Description

The coarse addresses marine geological mapping with geophysical methods and sediment sampling. The course includes theories on the geophysical mapping methods applied, a field mapping component, geophysical data post-processing and geological inte…

The coarse addresses marine geological mapping with geophysical methods and sediment sampling. The course includes theories on the geophysical mapping methods applied, a field mapping component, geophysical data post-processing and geological interpretation. There is a specific focus on mapping of the unconsolidated seafloor sediments and bottom topography using acoustic methods including single and multibeam echosounders and side-scan sonar.

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Area of interests: Science and Mathematics

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Subject

Geological Sciences

Geological Sciences