Archaeological Field Studies

Archaeological field studies are one of the important research branches of geophysics. Geophysical studies, which started after the second half of the 1940s, are the most frequently used technique in the investigation of archaeological sites today.


  • Archaeological Field Studies
  • Necropolis-Cemetery Studies
  • Gridding and Mapping Studies in Archeology
  • Archaeological Interpretation and Three-Dimensional Imaging of Subsurface Settlement Texture
  • Archeoseismology
  • Surface Survey
  • Salvage Excavation and Archaeological Drilling

Geological-Geotechnical Studies

Geological-geotechnical problems are becoming more and more important with the developing urbanization and industrialization. Thus, it is of great importance to detect problems such as ground features, faulting, groundwater, landslides, and karstic voids.


  • Geological Mapping
  • Active Fault and Paleoseismology Research
  • Landslide Investigations
  • Karstic Cavatiy Research
  • Hydrogeological Studies
  • Rock and Soil Mechanics
  • Well Tests
  • Research Wells
  • Geotechnical Drilling

Engineering Construction Studies

Route studies cover all works from pre-construction of engineering structures such as railway, highway, subway, tramway, etc. to periodic examinations after construction.


  • Route Studies
  • Art Structure Reviews
  • Harbor and Marine Structures Investigations
  • Pipe and Cable Research
  • Reinforcement and Foundation Studies
  • Infrastructure Research

Restoration – Conservation

The use of geophysical methods during the restoration and conservation works of historical buildings provides an important basis for the studies.


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