Webinar: Introduction to Geophysical Well Logging & Imaging (60 mins.)

  • December 08, 2020
  • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  • Webinar
  • 64



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Webinar presenter

Scott Wendling, P.G., Vice President

ARM Geophysics

This webinar is designed for geologists, engineers, and environmental specialists who want to maximize information from exploratory wells by using geophysical logs and images. It will focus primarily on the environmental and hydrogeological applications. After a discussion on logging tools/methods, the webinar will focus on the interpretation of geophysical and imaging logs.  Examples and case studies will be discussed to provide the attendees with an understanding of how logs and images are used to determine lithology, correlate stratigraphy, characterize structure, and identify water producing and receiving zones.

Level: Intermediate

Who should attend: Professional Geologists, Project Managers, Geologists in Training, Environmental Scientists, and related professionals that have a need to characterize the hydrogeological, structural, and geotechnical aspects of the subsurface.

About our presenter:  Scott Wendling, P.G. is a senior geologist and geophysicist for ARM Geophysics in Hershey, Pennsylvania.  He currently serves as Vice President and is responsible for all geophysical services provided by ARM.  He has more than 31 years of experience managing and performing surface and borehole geophysical surveys for environmental, engineering, and exploration projects.  Mr. Wendling received his Bachelor of Science and Master of Science Degrees in Geology from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.  Mr. Wendling’s Master’s Degree focused on geophysics and his Master’s Thesis was part of a consortium jointly sponsored by the U.S. Geological Survey and the Geological Survey of Canada, and included several U.S. and Canadian Universities.  He has been a licensed Professional Geologist in Pennsylvania since 1994.

Pennsylvania Council of Professional Geologists
116 Forest Drive, Camp Hill, Pennsylvania 17011

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