Monthly Archives: May 2011

Geophysics Survey Mark’s Farm May 2011

Despite the difficult conditions at our main geophysics survey site (see my last post), Mark has been mastering the equipment on his own farm down by the river.  Here conditions are less dry, and certainly more suited to a resistivity … Continue reading

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Geophysics survey 21 May 2011

It was another fine and sunny day for a continuation of the geophysics work yesterday, conditions which are not necessarily welcome when doing a resistivity survey.  A team of four set out a grid at the top of the hill.  … Continue reading

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April 2011 Geophysics training photos

John Robb has kindly provided some more photos of the geophysics training day last month, and I have copied a couple of them below. Here Rachel is getting to grips with the resistivity machine, with Bill holding the wire (and … Continue reading

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Become an author on the AVAS Blog

I know there are a number of members champing at the bit to contribute to the blog :-), so I have put together some simple instructions on how to become an author. In the spirit of the simple guide created … Continue reading

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Preliminary Geophysics Results April 2011

Following a previous geophysics training session on 9th April, Bill and Mark returned to the site to survey three adjacent grid squares.  A preliminary set of plots for all four squares is shown below, with each plot showing a different … Continue reading

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AVAS Annual General Meeting (AGM) 2011

The AVAS Annual General Meeting (AGM) was held on 4th May.  There was a good turnout of the membership to hear reports by members of the committee.  These included: Chairman’s Report –  Mark provided an overview of the activities of … Continue reading

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