Handbook on hydrogeological applications of earth resistivity measurements

By: White, P.A. (Ministry of Works and Development, Hydrology Centre. Christchurch).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Water & soil miscellaneous publication ; no. 90.Publisher: Wellington, NZ : Water and Soil Directorate, Ministry of Works and Development for the National Water and Soil Conservation Authority, 1985Description: 41 p.ISSN: 0110-4705.Subject(s): GROUNDWATER | RESISTIVITY | WATER QUALITY | AQUIFERS | MOUNT WELLINGTON | NZMS260R11 | FLOOD CONTROL | HERETAUNGA PLAINS | NZMS260V21 | DARFIELD | NZMS260L35 | KIHIKIHI | NZMS260S15 | WELL SURVEYS | WATER ABSTRACTION | SALINITY | WAIMEA PLAINS | NZMS260N27 | TIWAI POINT | NZMS260E37 | WAIRARAPA | NZMS260S27 | KINLEITH | NZMS260T16 | NZMS262 03 | NZMS262 04 | NZMS262 07 | NZMS262 08 | NZMS262 09 | NZMS262 12 | HYDROGEOLOGYOnline resources: Click here to access online
Incomplete contents:
This handbook is designed to allow the assessment of the earth resistivity technique for solving ground water problems. Theory and method of earth resistivity measurement are described, together with examples of the application of the resistivity technique to hydrogeological investigations in New Zealand. Examples are given of the use of resistivity measurement to define basin structure, locate aquifers, map saline water intrusions, detect polluted water and estimate ground water flow direction. A short bibliography is presented
In: Water & soil miscellaneous publication
Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title. Log in to add tags.
Item type Current location Call number URL Copy number Status Date due Barcode
JOURNAL JOURNAL WELLINGTON
ONLINE
ELECTRONIC http://docs.niwa.co.nz/library/public/w&smp90.pdf 1 Available 43581-1001
JOURNAL JOURNAL WELLINGTON
STACK
STACK NO. 90 1985 1 Available J010951

34 refs; 28 figs; 2 tables; appendix

This handbook is designed to allow the assessment of the earth resistivity technique for solving ground water problems. Theory and method of earth resistivity measurement are described, together with examples of the application of the resistivity technique to hydrogeological investigations in New Zealand. Examples are given of the use of resistivity measurement to define basin structure, locate aquifers, map saline water intrusions, detect polluted water and estimate ground water flow direction. A short bibliography is presented

There are no comments on this title.

to post a comment.

Powered by Koha