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Quantitative hydrocarbon potential mapping and organofacies study in the Greater Balder Area, Norwegian North Sea
(The Geological Society, London, 2005)
A review of hyperspectral imaging in close range applications
Hyperspectral imaging is an established method for material mapping, which has been conventionally applied from airborne and spaceborne platforms for a range of applications, including mineral and vegetation mapping, change ...
Coring of unconsolidated permafrost deposits: methodological successes and challenges
This technical note presents three scales of drilling infrastructure for comparison. These three methods include: (1) a small hand-drill designed for retrieving cores down to ca. 5 m depth, (2) the medium-scale UNIS ...