The role of correct delineation of bedrock topography in successful groundwater exploration using Electrical resistivity tomography
عنوان دوره: نوزدهمین کنفرانس ژئوفیزیک ایران
نویسندگان
1کارشناس زمین شناس و ژئوفیزیست در شرکت ژرفاب کاوش
2کارشناس ژئوفیزیک شرکت ژرفاب کاوش
3ژئوفیزیست تصویر شرکت دانا انرژی
چکیده
In groundwater exploration studies the knowledge about what we should prospect is essential for success. In fact, understanding of aquifer parameters in groundwater exploration is so important and exploration plan should be prepared based on these parameters.
During groundwater prospections, some essential questions like are we prospecting for, more permeable zones? Deepest part of bedrock? Or hard rock fractured aquifers? Have to be kept in mind by a hydrogeophysicist.
In this paper, we would like to demonstrate the importance of understanding the geological factors and in this case, delineation of deepest part of bedrock (thickest part of alluvium) in one of our successful groundwater exploration projects in Ben city (Chaharmahal va Bakhtiari province).
کلیدواژه ها
 
Title
The role of correct delineation of bedrock topography in successful groundwater exploration using Electrical resistivity tomography
Authors
Hosein Moghaddasi, Mohsen Moghaddasi, Masoud Abbasinia
Abstract
In groundwater exploration studies the knowledge about what we should prospect is essential for success. In fact, understanding of aquifer parameters in groundwater exploration is so important and exploration plan should be prepared based on these parameters.
During groundwater prospections, some essential questions like are we prospecting for, more permeable zones? Deepest part of bedrock? Or hard rock fractured aquifers? Have to be kept in mind by a hydrogeophysicist.
In this paper, we would like to demonstrate the importance of understanding the geological factors and in this case, delineation of deepest part of bedrock (thickest part of alluvium) in one of our successful groundwater exploration projects in Ben city (Chaharmahal va Bakhtiari province).
Keywords
Groundwater, electrical resistivity tomography, Dipole-dipole, Hydrogeology, Aquifer, Alluvium