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Publications tagged with [geophysical investigation]

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<p>The Monte Amiata region in the Southern Tuscany, Central Italy, describes a volcanic complex with great significance in terms of the regional fresh water supply, mining and geothermal power generation. Mainly for the latter purpose, the volcanic area of ...
Reference: Proceedings World Geothermal Congress 2015 Melbourne, Australia, 19-25 April 2015
<p>Soil investigation was carried out at a proposed dam site across River Ome in Ago Iwoye, southwestern Nigeria to investigate the depth to bedrock, possible geologic structures, foundation conditions of the dam axis, abutments and choice of best location ...
Reference: Journal of Science and Technology Volume 1 No. 6, June, 2012
Ninety eight oriented hand samples were collected from five sites represent calcareous outcrop of Euphrates Formation. These sites were chosen as a completed recovery for a region located at Kufa Quarry-Bahar Al-Najaf area / Middle of Iraq, in order to perform ...
Reference: Iraqi National Journal of Earth Sciences, Vol.11, No. 2, pp. 11-36 , 2011
Geophysical investigation involving the electrical resistivity method has been undertaken along three proposed dam axes trending NNW-SSE (335° WCB) across ENE to WSW flowing Owuruwuru River at Ikere Ekiti Southwestern Nigeria. The study is aimed at evaluating ...
Reference: Journal of Geology and Mining Research Vol. 3(12), pp. 325-340, December 2011
This paper is based on the Townlands Ore Replacement Project whereby the concept of conventional sinking of one large diameter shaft was declined and replaced with three smaller raise bored shafts. A wire line geophysical survey was done and the results indicated ...
Reference: The Southern African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy Shaft Sinking and Mining Contractors Conference 2009
 
This document contains eleven case studies designed to provide performance information for innovative uses of geophysical technologies that support less costly screening for site characterization
Reference: United States Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response, EPA-542-R-00-003 August 2000
Efforts to delineate underground mine workings in the vicinity of tailings impoundments has relied on available maps and confirmatory boreholes. Often the characterization of regions between boreholes remains suspect or entirely unknown. Surface geophysical ...
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