Match the mineral deposits listed in Group 1 with the most appropriate geophysical exploration methods listed in Group 2 Gate Geology and Geophysics 2014

The Eduladder is a community of students, teachers, and programmers just interested to make you pass any exams. So we solve previous year question papers for you.
See Our team
Wondering how we keep quality?
Got unsolved questions?

Ask Questions

Gate-Geology-and-Geophysics-2014-->View question

Match the mineral deposits (listed in Group 1) with the most appropriate geophysical exploration methods (listed in Group 2): (-Gate Geology and Geophysics 2014)

Group 1                                                                                                      Group 2
(P) Mineralized conductive veins                                                             (1) Gravity
(Q) Disseminated sulphides                                                                    (2) Magnetic
(R) Massive barytes                                                                                 (3) Induced polarization
(S) Kimberlite pipes                                                                                  (4) Resistivity profiling
                                                                                                                  (5) Low frequency Magnetotellurics
(A) P-4; Q-3; R-1; S-5 
(B) P-2; Q-1; R-4; S-5 
(C) P-5; Q-1; R-4; S-3 
(D) P-4; Q-3; R-1; S-2

Asked by:Aparna-Dasgupta

Taged users:

Be first to like this question

Be first to dislike this question
Talk about this  Delete  Like  Dislike

(D) P-4; Q-3; R-1; S-2

Magnetotellurics (MT) is an electromagnetic geophysical method for inferring the earth's subsurface electrical conductivity from measurements of natural geomagnetic and geoelectric field variation at the Earth's surface
Induced polarization (IP) has been used since the mid 1950s in mineral exploration. It is a rather complex phenomenon, but easy to measure. When a voltage applied between two electrodes is abruptly interrupted, the electrodes used to monitor the voltage do not register an instantaneous drop to zero, but rather records a fast initial decay followed by a slower decay

Answerd By:Amogh

Be first to like this answer

Be first to dislike this answer
Talk about this  Delete  Like  Dislike

Can you help us to add better answer here? Please see this

You may also like our videos

Below are some of the videos from our collection. We saw that students not only needed content but also videos. So, we decided to build a video platform for you also an algorithm which shows best videos suites to you related to the content you are browsing check out some videos which suit best for you.

Lets together make the web is a better place

We made eduladder by keeping the ideology of building a supermarket of all the educational material available under one roof. We are doing it with the help of individual contributors like you, interns and employees. So the resources you are looking for can be easily available and accessible also with the freedom of remix reuse and reshare our content under the terms of creative commons license with attribution required close.

You can also contribute to our vision of "Helping student to pass any exams" with these.
Answer a question: You can answer the questions not yet answered in eduladder.How to answer a question
Career: Work or do your internship with us.Work with us
Create a video: You can teach anything and everything each video should be less than five minutes should cover the idea less than five min.How to upload a video on eduladder
Donate: Ad revenue alone is not able to take care of our server cost consider donating at least a dollar Click here to donate.

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions from this Question paper or ask your own question.

Ask your question?