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Geophysical and geochemical investigations at Umm Gheig area, Eastern Desert

Mohamed Sabry Youssef

Geophysical and geochemical investigations at Umm Gheig area, Eastern Desert

by Mohamed Sabry Youssef

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Published by General Organisation for Govt. Print. Offices in Cairo .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Egypt,
  • Arabian Desert
    • Subjects:
    • Prospecting -- Charts, diagrams, etc.,
    • Lead ores -- Egypt -- Arabian Desert -- Charts, diagrams, etc.,
    • Zinc ores -- Egypt -- Arabian Desert -- Charts, diagrams, etc.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby M. Sabry Youssef and A. Samir el-Kahwagy.
      SeriesUnited Arab Republic. Geological Survey. Paper, no. 33
      ContributionsKahwagy, Ahmed Samir M., joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTN270 .Y68
      The Physical Object
      Pagination12 p.
      Number of Pages12
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5085695M
      LC Control Number74156885

      Reconnaissance geophysical investigations can also be used as the basis for making better selection of borehole locations. Geotechnical geophysical investigations, in many instances, enhance the reliability and speed of geotechnical investigations, and reduce the cost of the investigation. However. endorsement by the Publisher, American Geophysical Union, and Editors of the products advertised. Individual Subscriptions. Member subscriptions are available through or by contacting the AGU Member Service Center. The Service Center is open from a.m. to p.m. Eastern time: +1 , +1.

      Integrated Geological, Geophysical, and Geochemical Interpretation of Upper Jurassic Petroleum Trends in the Eastern Gulf of Mexico. Ernest A. Mancini (1), Robert M. Mink (2), Bennett L. Bearden (2) ABSTRACT. The petroleum potential of the Upper Jurassic strata in the Eastern . GEOCHEMICAL INVESTIGATIONS IN THE CAMPI FLEGREI CALDERA Voltattorni N., Pizzino L., Cinti D., Galli G., Quattrocchi F. INGV – National Institute of Geophysicand Vulcanology – Roma 1, Fluid Geochemistry Laboratory – Via di Vigna Murata, – Rome, Italy e .

      However, the geophysical techniques remain dependant on cost-effectiveness and site conditions, i.e. required the depth of investigation, site accethe ssibility and the area, the nature of soil cover, the lithology, the groundwater, etc As a fact when utilizing the geophysical techniques in order. Data for 90 rock samples collected from to for geophysical, geochemical, mineralogical, and environmental rock properties of acid neutralizing capacity and net acid production. Info: History and evaluation of national-scale geochemical data sets for the United States.


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Geophysical and geochemical investigations at Umm Gheig area, Eastern Desert by Mohamed Sabry Youssef Download PDF EPUB FB2

Previously published geophysical data for the study area were compiled and these data were augmented by collecting additional geophysical and geochemical data. Geophysical resistivity measurements from previously published helicopter frequency domain electromagnetic data, previously published direct-current resistivity soundings, and newly Cited by: 1.

Purchase Geochemical Investigations in Earth and Space Sciences, Volume 9 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. Abstract. In prospective areas where outcrop is poor, or that have been subject to intense mineral search over a long period of time (generally known as “ mature” exploration areas), the explorationist increasingly has to make use of geophysical and geochemical methods in order to extend the search into areas of shallow cover inaccessible to more traditional : Roger W.

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Kaplan. Journal of Geophysical Research () Partnered Journals. Chinese Journal of Geophysics () Earth Interactions High 87 Sr/ 86 Sr ratios in rivers of the eastern Tibetan plateau are discovered, Two‐dimensional coupled hydro‐geochemical model for Ni laterite deposits is developed.

geochemical methods able to detect mineralization through transported cover, along with other techniques such as alteration mapping and geophysical techniques. Geochemical signatures of buried deposits in the Atacama Desert have previously been reported in property area (Fig.

The alluvial surfaces lack the development of a true desert. The geophysical surveys are directed at obtaining indirectly, from the surface or from shallowdepth, the physical parameters of the geothe rmal systems. A geothermal system is made up of four main elements: a heat source, a reservoir, a fluid, which is the carrier that transfers the heat, and a recharge area.

Institute of Geophysical and Geochemical Exploration (IGGE), under the Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences (CAGS), was founded in Possessing the professional scientific research team of exploring geophysics and geochemistry, our Institute is the “Research Center of National Contemporary Geological Exploration Engineering” and the unit which possesses the right to confer.

investigations involving geophysical and geotechnical methods have been carried out in the study area. The non-destructive mode of stratigraphy determination of geophysical methods made them necessary and adequate while the geotechnical investigation is essential to have an adequate knowledge of the engineering.

geophysical surveys integrated with geochemical and geologic insight. This presentation first summarizes geophysical methods. Following the methods summary, geophysical strategies (that usually employ multi-technique approaches) for specific geoenvironmental investigations are discussed.

GRAVITY METHOD. In quantitative archaeometric studies, they are applied to classify the composition of, for example, glass [7,8], paint [9], and ceramic remains [7,10]. They are also central to numerous forensic studies, to link samples of diverse materials to specific crime scenes [11].

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CiteScore values are based on citation counts in a range of four years (e.g. ) to peer-reviewed documents (articles, reviews, conference papers, data papers and book chapters) published in the same four calendar years, divided by the number of.

geotechnical and geophysical investigation techniques and operations. These codes and regulations are subject to regular review, modification and improvement, and expert advice should always be sought.

This booklet does not in any way purport to be a definitive or thorough dissertation on the state of industry. Geochemical evidence strongly suggests source-rock deposition under suboxic and anoxic-suboxic conditions for all but the Bone Spring and Simpson source beds, in which case the geochemical evidence suggests deposition under anoxic conditions.

Geochemical thermal modeling indicates adequate to advanced maturity for all the source. medium sized outcropping ore bodies.

As this area is most prospective for base metals, the geochemical study focuses on As, Co, Cr, Mo, Ni, Pb, Sn, Zn and Zr. Airborne geophysical surveys have been flown as part of regional mapping initiatives.

Images and orthophotos for this area are also easily accessed from various sources. Geochemical Testing is a NELAP accredited analytical laboratory that is certified in over parameters of chemical analysis.

This broad scope allows us to test groundwater, storm water, surface water, wastewater, soil, residual waste, oil and gas drill cuttings, production and frack water and more for a large number of contaminants and. E.M. Cameron, in Encyclopedia of Geology, From Regional Exploration Geochemical Surveys to Environmental Geochemical Mapping.

Regional geochemical surveys using a variety of media (stream and lake sediments and waters or soils) have evolved in scale over time from covering hundreds of square kilometres to surveys that cover more than km 2 in a field season.

The geochemical methods generally used are: Micro gas survey: The area under investigation is divided into profiles. The interval of the profiles is decided, depending upon the work and generally the distance of 2 kms taken.

The laying of the profiles is just the same as is. widely employed geochemical approach in environmental assessment of waste disposal site [9].

While the later is a quantitative phenomenon, the former elaborately displays qualitative conditions of the site.

Both can map the con- taminant plume and groundwater flow direction. The geophysical methods we introduced are electrical resis. TARGET SIZE Some features of ore environment, such as favorable host rocks,geological structures, or geochemical provinces, are related to the genesis and localization.

Each geological, geophysical,and geochemical features of the ore environment defines a target area of characteristic size, shape,and relationship to the ore. Geological and geochemical investigations show that both the ore body discovered in and the original ore body dis­ covered in are within an eastward-trending vein which is 2, feet long and which roughly parallels the layering and schistosity of the Precambrian gneiss and schist country rock.These were built as part of an agro-hydrological farm system at the confluence of the Wadi el Amud and the Wadi Umm el Bagul in the Libyan pre-desert.

The farm appears to have functioned in a.Institute of Geophysical and Geochemical Exploration The Liaoshang gold deposit in the Jiaodong area of the Shandong Province is best known for its super‐large size. Situated on the north.