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Asian Journal of Earth Sciences
  Year: 2008 | Volume: 1 | Issue: 1 | Page No.: 38-42
DOI: 10.3923/ajes.2008.38.42
Underground Water Exploration Using Electrical Resistivity Method in Edo State, Nigeria
M.O. Alile, S.I. Jegede and O.M. Ehigiator

A Geophysical exploration involving the use of vertical electrical sounding was carried out in a sedimentary environment to determine the suitability of the method for underground water studies. The Vertical Electrical Sounding (VES) was done using the schlumberger electrode array configuration and the schlumberger automatic analysis method of interpretation was adopted. The VES data were obtained from two sites in Edo state, Nigeria. The interpretation of the data showed that the total depth to the aquifer layer is 241.48 m (796.90 ft) and 229.13 m (756.13 ft), respectively. These values correlated with the value 206.1 m (680.00 ft) obtained from the geologic section of a nearby borehole. The high correlation between the VES results and the borehole values showed that the method is suitable for underground water exploration.
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18 September, 2011
Intrestin, just completing my project with the same topic_APLICATION OF ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY TO GROUND WATER XPLORATION.But yt 2 dfend mine dats a wk 4rm now. From The Petroleum Training Institute effurun*warri delta. Dept of petroleum engineering and geosciences. Mineral resources option