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|Title: ||Implementing borehole in Cambodia: geophysical contribution|
|Authors: ||Vouillamoz, Jean-Michel|
|Issue Date: ||2000|
|Publisher: ||© WEDC, Loughborough University|
|Citation: ||VOUILLAMOZ, J-M., 2000. Implementing borehole in Cambodia: geophysical contribution. IN: Pickford, J. (ed). Water, sanitation and hygiene - Challenges of the Millennium: Proceedings of the 26th WEDC International Conference, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 5-9 November 2000, pp.53-55.|
|Abstract: ||To drill successful boreholes, hydrogeologists have to answer fundamental questions, i.e. where is the groundwater? what will be the yield of a borehole ? what is the water
quality? Geophysics is very attractive to complete the standard hydrogeological approach to answer these questions, but conventional methods provide information which is not always directly related to groundwater. A new method, called Surface Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (SNMR), is supposed to detect groundwater directly at various depths. A geophysical study was implemented in Cambodia with conventional and SNMR methods to measure the geophysics
contribution to a drilling programme.
This paper presents the main technical and financial analyses of this operation.|
|Description: ||This is a conference paper.|
|Appears in Collections:||WEDC 26th International Conference|
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