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well logging

noun
1.
the process or technique of recording a well log.
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Examples from the web for well logging
  • well logging is a relatively inexpensive method of collecting subsurface hydrogeologic data that might otherwise be unknown.
  • well logging is a process used to determine whether a well drilled deep into the ground has the potential to produce oil.
  • Solution to a nuclear well logging prob lem for a water-filled borehole, using our new method for eliminating ray effects.
  • well logging uses sensors lowered into the well bore that measure vertical changes in various properties of the sediment column.
Encyclopedia Article for well logging

field technique used in mineral exploration to analyze the geologic formations penetrated by a drill hole. If the hole has been drilled by using coring techniques, the core provides a visual record of the formations and rock types encountered. The description (log) of the core provides the basic data used in geologic analysis, interpretation, and resource calculations.

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