geoprobe

geoprobe

(ˈdʒiːəʊˌprəʊb)
n
(Geological Science) geology a probing device used for sampling soil
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Tim was no stranger to Geoprobe sonic tooling as his crew had already performed several soil borings using the Geoprobe SDT60 (Sonic Dual Tube system for 6-in.
26020 Geoprobe Systems 4615 GeoShack 27225 GeoSonics / Vibra-Tech 4608 Gerard Daniel Worldwide 27104 GHH Fahrzeuge GmbH 10500 Giant Rubber Water Tanks, Inc.
Tektronix Communications announced in April the addition of two new solutions, GeoSoft and GeoBlade, to its GeoProbe family.
28 feet (1 meter) deep from a number of microplots established for each site (table 1) with a Geoprobe (Geoprobe Systems, Salina, KS), a direct-push hydraulically powered sampler.
Drilling and geoprobe services, soil and groundwater sampling.
GeoProbe G10 - Based on the industry-leading GeoProbe, the new high-speed, high-density 10GE probe features a distributed architecture optimized to handle high -bandwidth IP traffic.
The Tektronix Iris family of products include the GeoProbe G10, a new high-speed 10GE probe; three new analyser applications; and a common platform that provides a single, integrated framework for current and future applications.
The SGI systems are being used to visualize data sets that today range from 500GB to 600GB in size in such geophysics applications as Landmark GeoProbe and Schlumberger GigaViz and Petrel.
The combination of Landmark's GeoProbe software, which is configurable to take full advantage of multi- GPU/multi-display configurations, and NVIDIA Quadro Plex will enable geoscientists to interpret their data at its highest resolution, without losing sight of the regional context.
BellSouth (NYSE:BLS) has deployed the GeoProbe voice-over-IP (VoIP) monitoring solution from Tektronix' Unified Assurance suite throughout its IP network.
Strain PM1 was injected using a Geoprobe unit (Geoprobe Systems, Salina, KS) at nine locations within the injection bed (shown as shaded area in each plot, Figure 2), in two rows interspaced between the oxygen-sparging wells.
The GeoProbe software was developed by Magic Earth, a recent acquisition and wholly owned business unit of Halliburton.