geological site characterization
Site characterization encompasses various activities to collect high-quality, robust, and defensible geoscientific data from a site.
Site characterization is a generic term that encompasses a wide variety of activities to collect geoscientific data at a site. These activities typically include:
- Sampling (soil, rock, water)
- chemical and physical testing of samples
- Instrumentation of deep boreholes to establish geoscientific properties of sites
The complexity of anticipated site conditions and the acquired site data’s end-use are always considered when designing our site characterization programs. These considerations ensure the appropriate balance between the best value for money and the highest quality and defensible data.
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