Comparison of Gravity, EM an DC-multi-electrode Measurements Carried Out Along Two Profiles

Kohlbeck F., Yelkenci A. T.

Proc. 3rd Meeting Environmental & Engineering Geophysics, Arhus, Denmark, 8 - 11 September 1997, pp.443-446

  • Publication Type: Conference Paper / Full Text
  • City: Arhus
  • Country: Denmark
  • Page Numbers: pp.443-446


Gravimetric, DC-multi-electrode, Electromagnetic EM34 and VLF measurements were carried

Out 0fl two proflies. One proflie (line!, direction WE, length = 3.8 km) leaded downward

a hill into a flat area, the other one (line 2, direction SN, length = 1.2 km) passed the first one

at its W-end and followed a road of about constant altitude. Near the downhiil end of the first

line a drilhing was located. At this side the measurements could also be compared with older

seismic data. The top layer consists of gravel sand and day. The basement is formed by schist

and limestones of high porosity. The sands and clays of the lower part of the profile are water

saturated, where as the gravels of the higher parts are dry.