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Ground-water exploration on the Erindale College campus using electrical resistivity.

Ken Turner

Ground-water exploration on the Erindale College campus using electrical resistivity.

by Ken Turner

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Published by Erindale College, University of Toronto in [Toronto] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Erindale College.,
  • Groundwater -- Ontario -- Mississauga,
  • Hydrology -- Methodology

  • Edition Notes

    Thesis (B.A.) - Erindale College. Bibliography: leaves 45-47.

    ContributionsErindale College.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 75 leaves. illus. ;
    Number of Pages75
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20049207M

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Ground-water exploration on the Erindale College campus using electrical resistivity by Ken Turner Download PDF EPUB FB2

The main objective of this study is to identify the shallow aquifer and salt/fresh water zone distribution in the study area using geophysical technique represented by electrical resistivity method. As, the electrical resistivity method is considered as one of the most powerful techniques in the groundwater exploration (Zohdy,Telford et Cited by: 5.

On the distribution of electrical potentials surrounding the ground present in the field and plane horizontal, homogeneous and isotropic. Physique Padium Series, 7: Ujuanbi, O., Investigation of clay deposits in the Northern part of Edo State using the electrical resistivity methods.

Ph.D. Thesis, Ambrose Alli University. 8 GROUND WATER EXPLORATION - HISTORY •The development of water resources seems to have started first in India & Egypt. •Open wells for irrigation & drinking water were in common use in India as early as in the Mahabharata period about 6, years ago.

The resistivity of ground water varies from 10 to ohm•m. depending on the concentration of dissolved salts. Note the low resistivity (about ohm•m) of sea water due to the relatively highAuthor: A. Balasubramanian. Different authors used different geophysical tools such as resistivity and magnetism for ground water exploration.

[1] studied the ground water potentiality at the southern part of the study area; and they concluded that; the ground water in this area is accumulated in the Upper Miocene, Middle Miocene and Lower Miocene deposits. Electrical Resistivity Method Many methods have been adopted for the exploration of groundwater among them Electrical Resistivity Method is used at most throughout the world.

The basic principle of the electrical methods of exploration for groundwater is based on the concept of resistivity. 52 The resistivity of these rocks is greatly dependent on the degree of fracturing, and the percentage of the fractures filled with ground water.

Sedimentary rocks, which usually are more porous and have a higher water content, normally have lower resistivity values. Wet soils and fresh ground water have even lower resistivity values. EXPLORATION OF GROUND WATER USING ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY METHOD A Thesis submitted to the National Institute of Technology, Rourkela In partial fulfilment of the requirements of Bachelor of Technology (Civil Engineering) ASHVIN KUMAR MEENA Roll No.

Under the guidance of PROF. J.K PANI PROF. A.K PRADHAN DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL. evaluation of groundwater potential using electrical resistivity method in okenugbo area, ago - iwoye, southwestern, nigeria.

oladunjoye h.t.,1 1odunaike r.k., ogunsola p1. olaleye o.a.2 1 department of physics, olabisi onabanjo university, ago-iwoye, ogun state, nigeria 2 department of earth sciences, ladoke akintola university of technology.

Groundwater Exploration using 1D and 2D Electrical Resistivity Methods Jonas N. Sikah 1 A. Acheampong Aning 1* Sylvester K. Danuor 1 Evans Manu 2 Collins Okrah 2 ment of Physics, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana Research Institute (WRI),Council for Scientific and Industrial Research(CSIR), Accra.

View Use of Electrical Resistivity Method for Ground Water Investigation Research Papers on for free. GROUNDWATER EXPLORATION Using MT Technologies For Rapid, Cost Effective and Accurate Detection Of Aquifers Many populated areas such as the southwest USA, Libya, and South Asia draw some of their water supply from deep aquifers.

MT/AMT has considerable potential to map the lateral and vertical extent of the aquifers. A geophysical evaluation using Electrical Resistivity method for groundwater exploration at the study area was carried out which involved the utilization of Vertical Electrical Sounding (VES. Anilkumar K.S., Priju C.P.

and Narasimha Prasad N.B. () Study on Saline water intrusion into the Shallow coastal aquifers of Periyar River basin, Kerala using Hydrochemical and Electrical resistivity methods” In: Aquatic Procedia - Proceeding of the international conference on water resources, coastal and ocean engineering (ICWRCOE’ Electric Resistivity Method.

Among all surface geophysical methods of groundwater exploration, the electric resistivity method has been applied most widely for groundwater investigations, even these days. Electric resistivity of a rock formation limits the amount of current passing through the formation when an electric potential is.

Electrical resistivity surveys were carried out in the field for locating the availability of water and its quality. Electrical resistivity method Resistivity, the inverse of electrical conductivity, is the resistance of the geologic medium to current flow when a potential difference is applied. R=V/I, where R is the resistance, V is the.

Groundwater exploration using geoelectrical resistivity technique at Al-Quwy’yia area central Saudi Arabia Mohamed Metwaly1,2*, Eslam Elawadi1,3, Most of the electrical resistivity techniques require injection of electrical currents into the subsurface via a pair of electrodes planted on the ground.

By measuring. 2D resistivity imaging survey for siting water-supply tube wells in metamorphic terrains: A case study of CMRI campus, Dhanbad, India The Leading Edge A versatile Windows based multi-electrode acquisition system for DC electrical methods survey.

An investigation has been made of the groundwater potentials of Orogun Town, Ughelli North Local Government Area of Delta State, Nigeria, using electrical resistivity survey.

This study motivated to determine electrical resistivity parameters of the area. The aim of this work is to use electrical resistivity method to explore the groundwater potentials of Orogun Town with. electrical resistivity method, along with geological methods should form an integral part of groundwater exploration programs in solving complex geohydrological problems associated with ground water occurrence and resource development.

REFERENCES. Ariyo, S.O. “Geoelectrical Characterisation of Aquifers and Geochemical Study of. Environmental/Ground Water Studies Home › Solutions › Environmental/Ground Water Studies Environmental remediation efforts, groundwater/aquifer mapping, and near surface geophysical surveys for utilities are all connected, yet use a variety of different geophysical tools in order to be most competitive.

Groundwater mapping can range from shallow to deep, with tools such as .Resistivity Electrical resistivity is the rock characteristic used in electrical surveys and bore logging (or well logging). In the following, some formulae and concepts are explained.

r-FR W * p"mRw(1) in which r is rock resistivity in ohm-metres, P is porosity as a fraction, R^. is resistivity of pore solution in ohm-metres.Overview.

INTRODUCTION: Ground water utilization & historical background, ground water in hydrologic cycle, ground water budget, ground water level fluctuations & environmental influence, literature/ data/ internet resources;OCCURRENCE AND MOVEMENT OF GROUND WATER: Origin & age of ground water, rock properties affecting groundwater, groundwater .