Checking the Cain Plain Subsurface Layers (South of Birjand) by Remote Sensing


  •  Farnusch Hajizadeh    
  •  Saeed Reza Akhondi    

Abstract

By processing telemetry data aquifer region were studied. Considering that in this area the importance of the geological layers have been examined, as resulting number of layers are limited to three layers (fractures, topography, lithology).The combination of less scattering layer and only through certain areas of overlap can be studied.The layers can be seen that the regions of eastern and southern plains have the most overlap and are worth exploring, but the central and western plains have minimal overlap and are sometimes exploration rank next review of the non-value are exploratory.


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