OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

Direct Push Sediment Coring and Electrical Conductivity Measurement

GeoprobeA Geoprobe 7822DT direct push coring rig is used to recover intact sediment cores (in 5’ intervals) from subsurface contexts. Recovered cores are cased in clear plastic tubes, capped for storage and labeled for correct orientation. The rig can also be fitted with an electrical conductivity probe to indirectly measure the lithology of subsurface deposits, which are assembled into a continuous core log. Fee covers Geoprobe rig mobilization and demobilization, Geoprobe crew, consumable materials, core recovery and labeling, basic field report (including electrical conductivity profile data, if applicable) and transmittal of report data and delivery of cores to customer. Fee does not include analysis of core contents and detailed stratigraphic reporting.

Cost: $1,695.00 per day

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