MoHo periodically organizes training courses for geologists, engineers, architects and other technical professions at the headquarter in Venice (Italy).
The courses are normally characterized by a specialized cutting, more than popular, and in order to increase teaching effectiveness are typically for up to 20 people in classes.
Courses/training can be provided also in other countries, on demand.
Near surface passive seismic surveying: Notes on the 2016 ASEG-AIG-PESA conference workshop
A one day workshop on ‘Near surface passive seismic surveying for mineral exploration, environmental and engineering applications’ was presented on the Saturday before the 2016 ASEGAIG-PESA conference and was organised by Jayson Meyers and Chris Wijns.
A summary of the day can be found in the attachment.
15-18 November 2016 (Beijing and Guilin, China)
Course on passive seismic techniques in China
On Nov. 15-18th 2016 a course on passive seismic techniques with arrays of Tromino® was given at the National Institute of Geophysics in Beijing (China) and at the Institute of Karst Geology in Guilin (China, picture on the left).
21-24 August 2016 (Adelaide, Australia)
Near surface passive seismic surveying for mineral exploration, environmental and engineering applications
A workshop entirely devoted to the single-station passive method for the mining prospection was organized by the Australian MoHo’s distributor (Resource Potentials) and MoHo within the 25th ASEG-PESA-AIG conference (http://www.conference.aseg.org.au/workshops.html#w8).
The course was a nice opportunity to discuss successful applications and problems of the H/V prospection to the mining field in terms of, e.g., the determination of the regolith thickness.