Regarding to the pollution of resources, we have tools such as the monitoring of hydrogeological systems either directly through monitoring wells or indirectly using geo-electric. Detection of contaminated soils using geo-electric methods.

Physical studies, where geological, geophysical (mainly geo-electric), hydrological (surface) and hydrogeological (wells and pumping tests to estimate the flow and capacity of aquifers), climatological and topographic studies are integrated.

Studies of weathering, erosion, landslides and slopes, as well as to optimize the location of drilling in soil studies, geotechnical oriented in civil works, all this, with the use of geo-electric and eventually seismic. In mining, preliminary estimation of the location of the areas of interest through geophysical methods such as detail and geo-electric magnetometry with a view to estimating reserves.