Application Of Resistivity Surveying To Geothermal Exploration In The Puga Valley, India

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Journal Article: Application Of Resistivity Surveying To Geothermal Exploration In The Puga Valley, India

Abstract
D.C. resistivity surveys carried out in the Puga valley geothermal field have delineated an elongated, narrow, low resistivity structure, partly underlain by a gas-vapour zone. The resistivity sounding, profiling and traverse data together suggest the channellised flow of hot fluids. The data further show that the eastern and western parts of the valley are devoid of subsurface formations saturated with hot waters.

Authors 
S. B. Singh, R. K. Drolia, S. R. Sharma and M. L. Gupta








Published Journal 
Geoexploration, 1983





DOI 
10.1016/0016-7142(83)90068-6


 

Citation

S. B. Singh,R. K. Drolia,S. R. Sharma,M. L. Gupta. 1983. Application Of Resistivity Surveying To Geothermal Exploration In The Puga Valley, India. Geoexploration. (!) .