A system is described that uses a microcomputer for on-site recording and analysis of borehole logging data. To indicate the potential of this system for data handling and quantitative hydrogeological assessment, the outputs from four simple processing packages are given. In each example the digitally recorded data from a number of borehole logs are combined and parameters such as fluid flow rate, porosity and formation density, cement or acid requirement, and differential temperature and conductivity are calculated.

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