The average salary for a Geophysicist in Norway is $590,000.
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Job Description for Geophysicist
Geophysicists study the earth using a variety of methods, including gravitational, magnetic, electrical, and seismic. They may work independently or as important members of a geoscience team. Positions vary in responsibility, location, and content. Some geophysicists spend most of their time working indoors, using computers for data modeling and calculations. Others work outdoors doing earth studies, including those who use their skills to find resources such as oil, copper, iron, and other …Read more
- Use software to create and interpret 2- and 3-dimensional geophysical data to identify and evaluate sites.
- Generate prospective locations, recommend coordinates, and document assumptions and calculations.
- Review and write contracts and specifications for geophysical work, including budgets and timelines.
- Create and verify seismic, AVO, and other types of models to assess feasibility, safety, and returns.