What are the benefits of STABL? Why you should choose STABL.

Recent and impressive events have become possible only by combining the scientific data of all geological work and the interventions that preceded them. This is necessary to compare the data coming from all disciplines of Earth sciences, as well as their interpretative approaches and consequences, made possible only thanks to the creation of various structures that all had regional ties, but whose topics and areas of activity went far beyond.

This was especially true for the large research structure of the STABL program and the association of many competent people within a single association.

STABL was founded with the support of industry, and its activities have been significantly strengthened thanks to the synergy between knowledge, both fundamental and technical, of various origins. Here we must remember the significant efforts that had to be made so that geology was recognized as an independent science both in terms of coastal geology and in terms of its distribution on the continental platform, as well as in terms of applications, in particular, thanks to about fifteen congresses related exhibitions of materials, with the support of the Scientific and Technical Association for Operation and cooperation has been established, especially with competent departments.

Partnership geotechnical engineering industry and STABL. For example, STABL for Windows made it possible to create a car-library, where samples of land found during oil drilling or aquifer surveys were collected. Thus, a large number of deep samples were preserved and available for specialized studies. It was at this time in Bordeaux that systematic x-ray operations of carrots began. STABL was created in the form of a conference, and she convincingly confirmed that the creation of this association is inextricably linked with the introduction of an interdisciplinary approach in Earth sciences, at the intersection of relevant applications and scientific fields. The case deserves special comment, because at the beginning of the study it was necessary to fight to get the right samples of land crossed by a trepan, drillers did not see anything necessary. They relied on the generally accepted view that the study of sedimentary cuttings was impossible to achieve, and that only getting carrots Apparently, it had useful value.

Gradually, thanks to geotech solutions, research teams carefully collected field samples, allowing a qualitative interpretation of the geological conditions of sedimentation. Another trap was fundraising — an operation that was difficult to carry out during normal times, especially given that it was large equipment that required concentration of installation loans and then unusual operating costs, including the Office often exceeding the resources of the teams on the spot. This approach in geology was then to be considered from a rather specific point of view, illustrated by the massive intervention of people from applications who worked using some scientific fields as simple technological tools. In the same spirit, we can mention the efforts of the Council of Europe to create a European scientific and technical space based on a system of cooperation networks and “special” structures covering a wider Europe, especially on the topic of the main natural and technological hazards for which geology played and continues to play important role.

Geotech solutions in the neighboring region. The European Association of Marine Science and Technology has launched various marine science and technology programs led by European research centers. In Aquitain, oil research has contributed to the development of geological knowledge using new research tools, especially in geophysics, to identify and locate deep structures that are considered to be of interest. This led to a new approach in applied stratigraphy, primarily due to micropaleontological studies, based mainly on the appearance of markers in sedimentary series. The so-called underground geology earned recognition during this period, which also significantly expanded research on aquifers compared with the official positions of that time with the aim of providing drinking water to villages and urban groups that previously had no food.