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Compute the coefficient of anisotropy from the following parameters estimated from a Vertical Electric Sounding (VES) survey. (-Gate geology and geophysics 2014)

Resistivity of first layer, ρ1= 15 Ω-m 
Resistivity of second layer, ρ2= 4 Ω-m 
Resistivity of lower half-space, ρ3= 50 Ω-m 
Thickness of first layer, h1=3m 
Thickness of second layer, h2=16m
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(A) 1.43 
(B) 1.28 
(C) 1.19 
(D) 1.13


Asked On2017-07-06 10:07:55 by:Aparna-Dasgupta

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(D) 1.13

Geophysical surveys can determine, except in exceptional cases, the physical properties of the geologic medium, and thus of an aquifer or aquifer system, on the condition that it differs markedly in its physical properties from both the over- and underlying aquiclude. In such circumstances, the methods of applied geophysics generally allow establishing the thickness, depth, and position of an aquifer. Additionally, they can be used to determine the characteristics of ground water and ground-water flow such as total dissolved solids, density, temperature, filtration velocity, and velocity of flow, as well as aquifer lithology, porosity, permeability, transmissivity, storativity, and degree of weathering and jointing of an aquifer or water-bearing rock mass. The task of a geophysical survey is to assess the extent of individual elements of a hydrogeological structure and classify them on the basis of their physical properties. Geophysical methods are used to determine the dimensions of beds, their position in space, and occasionally, their deformational and physical structure and physical properties. In sedimentary complexes, geophysical methods may facilitate the process of lithological subdivision, determination of total thicknesses and thicknesses of individual beds, depth to basement, basement surface relief and its tectonic structure, and the extent of a sedimentary basin and similar features. In a crystalline complex, geophysics can assist in tracing fault zones and defining tectonics in general, determining rock contacts, thicknesses and degree of weathering, thicknesses of sedimentary cover, and zones of increased fracturing or the dominant strikes of fractures

Answerd on:2017-07-10 Answerd By:Amogh

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