Efficiency of Vertical Electrical Sounding in Water Prospecting Problems in Adjara Region (Khelvachauri Municipality)

Authors

  • Nodar D. Varamashvili
  • Avtandil G. Tarkhan-Mouravi
  • Nugzar Ya. Ghlonti

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.48614/ggs2420213321

Keywords:

Vertical electrical sounding (VES), resistivity, groundwater

Abstract

Different prospecting methods are used in geophysics. The electrical method of prospecting is one of the major fields of applied geophysics. Electrical methods can be divided into two types depending on what source is used, natural or artificial. The first is called natural electric field (NF) methods, and the second is called resistance methods. The vertical electrical sounding method is one of the main resistance methods used in the study of rock watering. The materials presented in our paper are obtained in Khelvachauri district (Georgia), by vertical electro-sounding method to study of rock humidity and research on the possible existence of groundwater at different depths.

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Published

2021-12-30

How to Cite

Varamashvili, N. D. ., Tarkhan-Mouravi, A. G. ., & Ghlonti, N. Y. (2021). Efficiency of Vertical Electrical Sounding in Water Prospecting Problems in Adjara Region (Khelvachauri Municipality). JOURNAL OF THE GEORGIAN GEOPHYSICAL SOCIETY, 24(2). https://doi.org/10.48614/ggs2420213321