core-logging Geologic description of a core obtained from a borehole. This includes lithological, palaeontological, and structural information, often with reference to engineering properties. See also ACOUSTIC LOGGING; CONTINUOUS VELOCITY LOG; GEOPHYSICAL WELL-LOGGING; INDUCED POTENTIAL LOG; NEUTRON LOG; RESISTIVITY LOG; and SELF-POTENTIAL LOG.
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