Start with, "Use of Surface Geochemistry in Petroleum Exploration" course, on November 29, 2016. This course is a one day discussion of the use of surface geochemistry in petroleum exploration for conventional production. Topics will include theory of vertical migration, optimal sampling methods, caveats, statistical analysis of data, radiometrics, iodine, soil gas, petroleum fluorescence, microbial, XRF and trace metals to locate areas of micro-seepage. Several case histories integrated with seismic and subsurface geology both domestically and internationally. Register today.
Next, Working with Drone Data 101, November 30, 2016, is a primer course on processing UAS acquired data, and leveraging it in common business platforms such as ArcGIS, Google Earth, SketchFAB and others. Students are encouraged to bring their own challenges to the course. You'll learn about the types of data that can be acquired by drones, how to render that data into 3D models, orthomosaic and NDVI maps, importing the rendered data into business platforms such as ArcGIS, Google Earth and SketchFAB. Register today.
The Geosciences Technology Workshop, "New Opportunities with Drones: New Needs, FAA Rule Changes, New Technologies" December 1-2, 2016, is a two day event that presents information on commercial drone/Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) and how to get started and use the mapping and information services to diversify and expand your business. Register today.
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Use of Surface Geochemistry in Petroleum Exploration
Working with Drone Data 101
New Opportunities with Drones: New Needs, FAA Rule Changes, New Technologies