- Basics of the project work in applied geology
- Engineering approach in geology.
- Engineering geology for the large geotechnical structures
- Cooperation of geologists with other engineering disciplines for the spatial planning.
- A preventive approach of engineering geology for the spatial planning
- Review of legislation in the field of engineering activities and impacts on the environment (groundwater, soil, geological natural heritage)
- Detailed soil and rock description according to the EU standards
- Detailed rock classification (RQD, RMR, SMR, Q and GIS)
- In-situ measurements for determining the geotechnical parameters of rocks
- Geotechnical laboratory testing for rocks
- A stress and deformation measurements of landslides
- A stress and deformation measurements of tunnels
- Engineering geology for monitoring large geotechnical structures
- Risk assessment of large deformations and failures of the geotechnical structures
- Engineering geology in the construction of roads and railways
- Overview of the basic quantitative approaches in hydrogeology (Darcy’s Law and the Dupuit–Forchheimer Assumption)
- Groundwater balance
- Quantitative analysis of groundwater-level maps
- Basics of hydrogeological mapping
- Hydrogeological in situ measurements
- Groundwater pollution
- Protection from groundwater influences in large spatial projects
- Groundwater protection principles
- Groundwater monitoring principles.
- Drinking water supply from groundwater.
- Principles of well logging measurements in boreholes
- Classification of well logging measurements
- Temperature measurements
- Borehole diameter measurements (caliper)
- Self electrical potential
- Resistivity well logging
- Gamma and spectral gamma well logging
- Acoustic well logging
- Density well logging and photoelectric factor logging
- Neutron well logging
- Image loggs
- Other well logging methods
Calculations in hydrogeology.
Calculations in engeneering geology.
Calculations in geophysics.
- field work in hydrogeology; visit of hydrogeological facilities (e.g. pumping station for drinking water supply)
- field work in engineering geology; visit of geotechnical facilities (e.g. landslide, tunnel, deep cuts)
- field work in geophysics (demonstration of field geophysical methods).
Geology (MAG) - Applied Geology (AG)
Geology (MAG) - Geoenvironment and Geomaterials (GGM)
Geology (MAG) - Geology and Palaeontology (RGP)
Karmen Fifer Bizjak
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