Determining Aquifers and Bedrock of Qaen Plain by the Resistance Measurement Method

  •  Farnusch Hajizadeh    
  •  Saeed Reza Akhondi    


The aim of this study is to determine aquifers and bedrock of Qaen plain by the resistance measurement method. Using symmetrical Schlumberger electrode array, the most common method to detect underground water, Qaen plain was located in the west of Khanik village situated in the North East of drainage basinto the West of Aliabad village situated in the West of drainage basinat 159 electric sounding stations along 13 profiles under the geoelectrical operation. Profiles were along the south East-North West. At most, the half of the Electrode distance was 500 meters in the Schlumberger array. Interpretation of geoelectric sounding was done using the Partial and computer compliancemethod (using ipi2win Software). The obtained results of the Geoelectrical operation were interpreted and drawn by resistivity section, resistivity profiles, the apparent resistivity maps of the different flow lines (AB including 200, 600, and 1000 meters), and isobath map of the rock.

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