Abstract

I am Phil Romig, Associate Professor of Geophysics at Colorado School of Mines and Chairman of the Committee on Engineering and Groundwater Geophysics of the Society of Exploration Geophysicists.

Based on a very limited review, it is my opinion that the documents under consideration do not place enough emphasis on either the needs or the capabilities of geophysical exploration tools. In consideration of various geologic media as possible repositories, the most critical problems revolve around the small perturbations: breccia pipes, caverns, thin interbeds, etc. Considerable attention has been paid to questions of how to deal with these anomalies, but there is little discussion of how to detect them in the first place.

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