Vista Clara Releases New Small-Diameter (2.38-inch) Javelin Wireline Logging Tool

Vista Clara Inc., an industry leader in magnetic resonance (MR) technologies for geophysical analysis, has announced the newest member of its JavelinĀ® family of borehole logging products. Running on industry-standard wireline, the new Javelin Wireline system features a modular downhole tool with interchangeable 2.38-inch and 3.5-inch logging probes, enabling measurement in a wide range of … Continued

Vista Clara Honored by US DoE as SBIR/STTR Small Business of the Year

The U.S. Department of Energy has honored Vista Clara as 2015 SBIR/STTR Small Business of the Year. This DOE award “recognizes a U.S. small business that exemplifies the spirit of DOE’s Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs by strengthening and expanding its high-technology research and development competitiveness at the … Continued

NMR Soil Moisture Instruments Featured in CSIRO’s “Preview”

Associate Editor of Preview Environmental Geophysics, Michael Hatch writes: In this column Dave Walsh, president of US-based Vista Clara Inc., introduces some new geophysical tools that Vista Clara (VC) have developed to measure water content in the very near surface. VC has been producing state-of-the-art geophysical tools that use nuclear magnetic resonance to detect water … Continued

Grunewald Receives Karcher Award from SEG

Elliot Grunewald has been selected as the recipient of the 2014 J. Clarence Karcher Award, presented by the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG). This prestigious early career award is given “in recognition of significant contributions to the science and technology of exploration geophysics by a young geophysicist of outstanding abilities.” An award citation, detailing Grunewald’s … Continued

Geoscientists Without Borders Team Uses GMR Technology in Humanitarian Geophysics Project

Scientists from University of Wyoming, CSIRO, and Stanford University recently presented a success story in the Geoscientists Without Borders program at the annual Society for Exploration Geophysicists meeting in Denver. Led by Andrew Parsekian and Aaron Davis, the team demonstrated a combined geophysical approach for aquifer location and characterization incorporating GMR measurements with ancillary airborne … Continued