Türkiye Jeoloji Bülteni
Türkiye Jeoloji Bülteni

Türkiye Jeoloji Bülteni

1972 ŞUBAT Cilt 15 Sayı 1
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Tacettin Ataman
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Oktay Doğan
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The application of the methods of borehole geophysics has diagnostic importance in groundwater studies which includes groundwater investigations, planning, production, production control.

Borehole geophysics comprises all geophysical measurements applied in boreholes. The measuring technic of geophysical work, log programing and interpretation in water wells exhibit distinguished characteristics from those oil and mining borehole geophysics.

In the article, the application of borehole geophysical methods have been outlined in the light of those characteristics.

Presence de Dıplopora Dans le Carbonifere (Description d`une Nouvelle Espece D’une Viseen Du Maroc)
Nicole Chanton-Güvenç
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Présence, pour la première fois dans le Carbonifère, du genre Diplopora Schafhäutl, algue calcaire dasycladacée, est montrée; description de D. tulayae n. sp., du Viséen du Maroc (Afrique du Nord) est donnée.

Un Nouveau Genre d’algue Calcaıre du Permien Embergerella N. G.
Tuncer Güvenç
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Descriptions of a new Permian genus of dasyclad Algae Embergerella gen. nov. and the type species Embergerella anatoliana sp. nov. are given.

Orhan Kaya
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The determination of the geometry of an alluvial cone by geoelectrical methods
Hayri Tezel
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It has been possible to generalize the results of geophysical resistivity survey, to a distinctive classification, of few alluvial cones in our Country. The correlation of resistivity crossection values and resistivity values derived from field curves obtained nearby the wells, and electrical logs, of Aksaray, Koç-hisar, and Merzifon alluvial cones have been made. it has been pointed out that the structure and thickness of the alluvial cones, has been found different due to the principal of sedimantation of alluvial cones.

It has known that Aksaray alluvial cone is also Important from the engineering point of view. Results of geophysical survey has been provided the best available and efficient data for the artificial recharge problem of the area. The cause of the exceeding thickness of iinconsolidated material of Merzifon alluvial cone have been attributed to the occurences of recent faulting.

Generally, in the article, it has been given emphasize to the efficiency of geophysical resistivity surveys, in the determination of

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