In our resources section we provide access to pdfs of research papers prepared by RIL personnel, Technical Summary and Geophysical Application sheets and details of how to order your own copy the internationally-acclaimed textbook ‘An introduction to applied and environmental geophysics’, written by John Reynolds.
In order to provide you with the best technical advice, our extensive commercial experience is underpinned by research that is often undertaken in conjunction with university research groups. Our research is frequently published in peer-reviewed international journals. Where possible, we have provided pdf downloads of our publications. If you are interested in a particular publication for which there is no download, please call us now on +44(0)1352 756196 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
RIL MD Prof. John Reynolds is the author of the internationally-acclaimed textbook ‘An introduction to applied and environmental geophysics’. The second edition was published by John Wiley & Sons Ltd on April 15th 2011.
We also provide a number of free, downloadable Technical Summary Sheets that describe the basic principles of common geophysical site investigation techniques, along with a comprehensive set of Geophysical Application Sheets (coming soon) that describe real-world examples of how geophysical techniques can help you with your ground investigation.
An Introduction to Applied and Environmental Geophysics (2nd Edition) by Prof. John M. Reynolds, MD of RIL, is an internationally popular geophysics textbook that describes the rapidly developing field of near-surface geophysics. The book covers a range of applications including mineral, hydrocarbon and groundwater exploration, and emphasises the use of geophysics in civil engineering and in environmental […]Read More
Publications by RIL staff in the field of glacial hazards, including risk assessment and mitigation work. Names of current RIL staff are in bold. Invited keynote lectures Professor John M. Reynolds has presented invited keynote lectures at a number of international scientific conferences: ‘Glacial hazards and downstream effects of climate change on high mountain glaciers’. […]Read More
Publications by RIL staff in the field of near-surface geophysics, including several concerning environmental and engineering applications. Names of current RIL staff are in bold. Reynolds, J.M. 2012. Geophysical exploration and remote sensing. In: Burland, J., Chapman, T., Skinner, H. and Brown, M. (eds). Manual of Geotechnical Engineering (3 vols), Thomas Telford Ltd, London. Chapter […]Read More
We have prepared a series of technical summary sheets that are designed to provide a simple overview of geophysical techniques commonly used in site investigations. More detailed explanations and case study examples are provided in An introduction to applied and environmental geophysics. Our technical summary sheets are in pdf format. All pdfs are under 700 […]Read More