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Neftyanaya Provintsiya 
No.2(30),2022

Professor G.E. Yakovlev is the creator of the scientific direction «Study of ecological and hydrogeological features of the upper part of the section by methods of geophysical research of wells» in the Republic of Tatarstan

M.Y. Borovsky, V.I. Bogatov, A.S. Borisov, B.G. Chervikov, S.I. Petrov

DOI: https://doi.org/10.25689/NP.2022.2.193-200

PP.193-200

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Abstract

Professor of Kazan University Gennady Evgenievich Yakovlev (1931 – 2015) is one of the representatives of the post-war pleiad of geophysicists of the Republic of Tatarstan, who made a significant contribution to the formation of the school of Kazan geophysicists and to the development of the Department of Geophysics of Kazan University, of which he was the head from 1980 to 1993. G.E. Yakovlev's theoretical and practical works in the field of electrometry of deep wells with large probes, providing increased depth of logging studies. The last period of scientific and pedagogical activity of G.E. Yakovlev was characterized by the creation of a new scientific direction for the Republic of Tatarstan related to logging studies of shallow wells opening the upper part of the geological section. As a result of fruitful activity, a "Methodological guide for logging hydrogeological wells" was created. The developed techniques and methodological approaches to logging of small wells in the geological conditions of the Republic of Tatarstan allow us to obtain valuable ecological and hydrogeological information by conducting effective logging of wells that open the upper part of the geological section.

Key words:

logging, elzh, well electrometry, GIS methods, hydrogeological tasks

References

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Authors

M.Ya. Borovsky, Candidate of Geological and Mineralogical Sciences, General Director, Geofizservice LLC

14, Gvardeyskaya st., Kazan, 420073, Russian Federation

E-mail: micbor1913@mail.ru

 

V.I. Bogatov, Leading Reservoir Geophysicist, LLC "Geofizservice"

14, Gvardeyskaya st., Kazan, 420073, Russian Federation

E-mail: vladbogatoff@gmail.com

 

A.S. Borisov, Doctor of Geological and Mineralogical Sciences, Professor, Kazan Federal University

4/5, Kremlevskaya st., Kazan, 420111, Russian Federation

E-mail: anatoly.borisov@kpfu.ru

 

B.G. Chervikov, Candidate of Geological and Mineralogical Sciences, Associate Professor, Kazan Federal University

4/5, Kremlevskaya st., Kazan, 420111, Russian Federation

E-mail: Boris.Chervikov@kpfu.ru

 

S.I. Petrov, Senior Teacher, Kazan Federal University

4/5, Kremlevskaya st., Kazan, 420111, Russian Federation

E-mail: Sergey.Petrov@ksu.ru

For citation:

M.Y. Borovsky, V.I. Bogatov, A.S. Borisov, B.G. Chervikov, S.I. Petrov Professor G.E. Jakovlev – sozdatel' nauchnogo napravlenija «Izuchenie jekologo-gidrogeologicheskih osobennostej verhnej chasti razreza metodami geofizicheskih issledovanij skvazhin» v Respublike Tatarstan [Professor G.E. Yakovlev is the creator of the scientific direction «Study of ecological and hydrogeological features of the upper part of the section by methods of geophysical research of wells» in the Republic of Tatarstan]. Neftyanaya Provintsiya, No. 2(30), 2022. pp. 193-200. DOI https://doi.org/10.25689/NP.2022.2.193-200. EDN ZQWKQO (in Russian)

 
 
 

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