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Applications of the deep fracture based on remote sensing and integration processing technology
Author(s): Ping Wang; Yong Qing Li; Yanggui Ou; Han Zhen
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Paper Abstract

Through making systematic interpretation of TM images, more and more attentions are paid to North-South trending lineaments in diverse radial, which has the nature of deep fracture. The main application are in follow fields: (1) Establishment of minerogenetic model -- the deep fracture controls not only magmatic intrusion, the distribution of chromium-pyrope and diamond, but also the gold and multi-metal deposit. Thus, this paper gives five kinds of mierogentic models. (2) Exploration of groundwater -- first, at the area lacking of water nearby Zoucheng, it is discovered that plentiful groundwater show a positive correlation with N-S treedig lineaments or with the intersection of two lineaments in North-South and other directions. Second, it is found the terrestrial heat has relation with the fracture, which provides a channel for groundwater. (3) Prevention and harnessment of mine water -- in Fei cheng coal mine, the deep fractures in N-S direction, take disadvantageous part in exploring, in which most of outburst of water occur. The results present a new law for prevention and harnessment water.

Paper Details

Date Published: 19 August 1998
PDF: 4 pages
Proc. SPIE 3504, Optical Remote Sensing for Industry and Environmental Monitoring, (19 August 1998); doi: 10.1117/12.319524
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Ping Wang, Shangdong Institute of Mining and Technology (China)
Yong Qing Li, Shangdong Institute of Mining and Technology (China)
Yanggui Ou, Shangdong Institute of Mining and Technology (China)
Han Zhen, Shangdong Institute of Mining and Technology (China)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 3504:
Optical Remote Sensing for Industry and Environmental Monitoring
Upendra N. Singh; Huanling Hu; Gengchen Wang, Editor(s)

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