BS 7022:1988 - Guide for geophysical logging of boreholes for hydrogeological purposes

BS 7022:1988

Guide for geophysical logging of boreholes for hydrogeological purposes

Status : Confirmed, Current   Published : February 1989



Factors to be considered and measurements to be made when logging boreholes. Also provides guidance on field practice with an indication of how variations may be made to take account of local conditions.

Standard NumberBS 7022:1988
TitleGuide for geophysical logging of boreholes for hydrogeological purposes
StatusConfirmed, Current
Publication Date28 February 1989
Confirm Date01 May 2017
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
DescriptorsElectrical conductivity, Voltage measurement, Electrical measurement, Closed-circuit television, Neutrons, Density measurement, Inductance measurement, Safety measures, Radiation measurement, Trenches, Visual inspection (testing), Test equipment, Acoustic measurement, Quality, Potable water, Resistance measurement, Water, Ground water, Electrical resistivity, Flow measurement, Temperature measurement, Geology, Geophysics, Diameter measurement, Wells, Physical planning, Magnetic flux density, Water resources, Stratigraphy, Hydrology, Geophysical measurement, Gamma-radiation, Porosity measurement, Selection
Title in FrenchGuide pour la diagraphie géophysique des trous de sondage à usage hydrogéologique
Title in GermanLeitfaden fuer die geophysikalische Bohrlochmessung fuer geohydrologische Zwecke
ISBN0 580 16871 9
File Size850.4 KB

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