Groundwater geophysics : a tool for hydrogeology / Reinhard Kirsch [editor].

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Berlin ; New York : Springer, ©2006.
Description
xvii, 493 pages : illustrations, maps (some color) ; 24 cm

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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
  • PETROPHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF PERMEABLE AND LOW-PERMEABLE ROCKS: Seismic velocities
  • Electrical resistivity
  • Electric Permittivity (Dielectricity)
  • SEISMIC METHODS: Seismic refraction measurements
  • Seismic reflection imaging
  • GEOELETRICAL METHODS: Vertical electrical soundings (VES)
  • Resistivity mapping
  • Self-potential measurments
  • 2D measurements
  • COMPLEX CONDUCTIVITY MEASUREMENTS: Complex conductivity and transfer function of wet rocks
  • Quantitative interpretation of complex conductivity measurments
  • Relations between complex electrical parameters and mean parameters of rock state and texture
  • The potential of complex conductivity for environmental applications
  • ELECTROMAGNETIC METHODS - FREQUENCY DOMAIN: Airborne techniques
  • Ground based techniques
  • THE TRANSIENT ELECTROMAGNETIC METHOD: Basic theory
  • Basic principle and measuring technique
  • Current diffusion patterns
  • Data curves
  • Noise and Resolution
  • Coupling to man-made conductors
  • Modelling and interpretation
  • Airbone TEM
  • Field example
  • GROUND PENETRATING RADAR: Electromagnetic wave propagation
  • Technical aspects of GPR
  • Processing and interpretation of GPR data
  • MAGNETIC RESONANCE SOUNDING: NMR-Principles and MRS technique
  • Survey at Waalwikj/The Netherlands
  • Survey at Nauen/Germany with 2D assessment
  • Current developments in MRS
  • MAGNETIC, GEOTHERMAL, AND RADIOACTIVITY METHODS: Magnetic method
  • Geothermal method
  • Radioactivity method
  • MICROGRAVIMETRY: Physical basics
  • Gavimeters
  • Gravity surveys and data processing
  • Interpretation
  • Time dependent surveys --
  • DIRECT PUSH/TECHNOLOGIES: Logging tools
  • Sampling tools
  • Tomographic applications
  • Permanent installations
  • AQUIFER STRUCTURES - PORE AQUIFERS: Pore acquifers- general
  • Buried valley aquifer systems
  • A large- scale TEM survey of Mors, Denmark
  • Groundwater prospection in central Sinai, Egypt
  • AQUIFER STRUCTURES: FRACTURE ZONES AND CANVES: Hydraulic importance of fracture zones and caves
  • Geophysical exploration of fracture zones: seismic methods
  • Geophysical exploration of faults and fracture zones: geoelectrical methods
  • Geophysical exploration of fracture zones: GPR
  • Exploration of faults and fracture zones: Geophysical passive methods (self-potential, gravity, magnetic, geothermal and radioactivity methods)
  • Geophysical exploration of caves
  • GROUNDWATER QUALITY- SALTWATER INSTRUSIONS: Orgin of saltwater instrusions
  • Electrical conductivity of saline water
  • Exploration techniques
  • Field examples
  • GEOPHYSICAL CHARACTERISATION OF AQUIFERS: Definition of hydraulic conductivity and permeability
  • Hydraulic conductivity related to other petrophysical parameter
  • Geophysical assessment of hydraulic conductivity
  • Case history: Hydraulic conductivity estimation
  • GROUNDWATER PROTECTION: VULNERABILITY OF AQUIFERS: Vulnerability maps
  • Electrical conductivity related to hydraulic resistance, residence time, and vulnerability
  • Vulnerability maps based on electrical conductivity
  • GROUNDWATER PROTECTION: MAPPING OF COTAMINATIONS: The brownfields problem
  • Mapping of waste deposits
  • Mapping of abandoned industrial sites
  • Mapping of groundwater contaminations.
ISBN
  • 3540293833
  • 9783540293835
LCCN
2005938216
OCLC
65427443
International Article Number
  • 9783540293835
RCP
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