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2019 Vol. 7, No. 3

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Analysis of hydrogeolgical characteristics and water environmental impact pathway of typical shale gas exploration and development zones in Sichuan Basin, China
SUN Dong, LIU Xin-ze, YANG Hai-jun, CAO Nan, ZHANG Zhi-peng, CHEN Yin-song, LI Da-meng
2019, 7(3): 195-213. doi: 10.19637/j.cnki.2305-7068.2019.03.001
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Studying the influence of shale gas exploration and development on groundwater environment is the basis of guiding water environment protection in the process of shale gas exploration and development. Groundwater environmental pollution is concealed, complex and persistent. Once it is difficult to control the pollution, the current commercial shale gas development zones in Sichuan Basin that are mostly located in karst areas and highly sensitive to groundwater will be vulnerable to the impact of shale gas exploration and development. Based on the hydrogeological conditions of shale gas exploration and development area and combined with engineering analysis of exploration and development, various risk pathways that may affect the groundwater environment during process of shale gas exploration, mining well construction, mining operations and other stages were identified in this paper. Some existing risk pathways were proved by verification of typical areas and should not be ignored. Based on the actual situation of typical areas, the countermeasures of groundwater environmental protection in the process of shale gas exploration and development in karst areas were discussed. It is believed that the ground-water environment can be better protected by strengthening administration, research and application of new technologies, precise design, hydrogeological conditions, and research and feedback of groundwater environmental protection.
Analysis of prospecting polymetallic metallogenic belts by comprehensive geophysical method
XIA Fan, SONG Hong-wei, WANG Meng, WANG Hong-liang, CHEN Yu
2019, 7(3): 237-244. doi: DOI: 10.19637/j.cnki.2305-7068.2019.03.004
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This paper is based on the analysis and research on the silver-lead-zinc polymetallic ore in New Ballyhoo Banner in southern Manzhouli of Inner Mongolia. Because metal mineralization brings rock formations,the geophysical features such as low resistivity, high polarization rate and uneven distribution of magnetization, the comprehensive geophysical methods are adopted including high-precision magnetic measurement, high-power induced polarization, IP field middle gradient and controlled source audio-frequency magnetotellurics. In the survey work of multi-metal ore deposits, from surface sweeping to single point measurement, and from single point to section going deeper layer by layer, the resolution of measurement is continuously improved, and various geophysical methods support and complement each other, so explorers can successfully predict the direction, scale and volume of the metallogenic belts in conjunction with geochemical exploration, geological survey and drilling. It has provided a strong basis for completing the exploration task of predicting the reserve volume of ore bodies. The research conclusions of this exploration case have thus a high reference value in the same type of exploration work.
Effect of saltwater intrusion on groundwater environment in Weihe River downstream, Shandong Province, China
MENG Yong-hui, WANG Ji-ning, YU De-Jie, ZHANG Li-xia, FENG Zai-min, YAN Tang, ZHOU Yong
2019, 7(3): 245-252. doi: DOI: 10.19637/j.cnki.2305-7068.2019.03.005
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Based on the geological and hydrogeological conditions along with dynamic changes of groundwater level, this paper analyzes the hydrodynamic characteristics of saltwater intrusion in the study area. According to monitoring data of groundwater quality, the distribution characteristics of macro component are analyzed, and then fuzzy comprehensive evaluation method is adopted to evaluate the impact of saltwater intrusion on groundwater environment. Concerning the influence degree of groundwater environment, the study area is divided into brine area, seriously influenced area, moderately influenced zone, slightly influenced zone and uninfluenced zone. The results can offer references for prevention and control of saltwater intrusion as well as the protection of water resources.
Numerical analysis and evaluation of groundwater recession in a flood detention basin
XU Jun-xiang, WANG Shao-juan, LI Chang-suo, XING Li-ting
2019, 7(3): 253-263. doi: DOI: 10.19637/j.cnki.2305-7068.2019.03.006
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This study analyzes the groundwater environment in the Yangzhuang flood detention basin in Henan Province, China. A numerical model of groundwater flow is established based on the hydrogeological conditions in the basin and changes of groundwater level in the flood detention basin under flood detention and recession conditions. The results show that during flood diversion and storage, the groundwater level in the basin rises, mainly in four flood detention zones, with a maximum rise of 1.0 m. After the floodwater recedes, the groundwater level slowly drops in the detention basin along with flood discharge, finally returning to its original level fifty days later. This study indicates that groundwater recession in the flood detention basin is a slow process, where the rise of groundwater level may cause environmental problems such as soil swamping.
Mapping of hard rock aquifer system and artificial recharge zonation through remote sensing and GIS approach in parts of Perambalur District of Tamil Nadu, India
A Muthamilselvan, N Rajasekaran, R Suresh
2019, 7(3): 264-281. doi: DOI: 10.19637/j.cnki.2305-7068.2019.03.007
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Mapping of hard rock aquifer system and artificial recharge zonation were carried out in an area of 325 km2 in parts of the Perambalur District, Tamil Nadu, India. This district has been declared as one of the over-exploited regions in Tamil Nadu by the Central Groundwater Board. To raise the groundwater level, suitable recharge zones were identified and artificial recharge structures are suggested using geomatics technology in the present study. To this end, various thematic maps concerning lithology, soil, geomorphology, land use, land cover, slope, lineament, lineament density, drainage, drainage density and groundwater depth level were prepared. Fissile hornblende gneiss (244 km2) covered most of the study area followed by charnockites (68 km2). Structural hills and rocky pediments characterize the major geomorphological features in the targeted area, and are followed by deep moderated pediments. The area is mostly used as crop and fallow land, followed by scrub land and deciduous forest. In the study area, the slopes are predominantly very gentle (142 km2) and nearly level (66 km2) ones. Besides, Groundwater level data of 58 wells have been generated, in which the minimum and maximum depth were 3 and 28 m respectively. Integration under the GIS environment has been carried out using all the thematic layers to identify the groundwater prospect zone through the introduction of weight and rank methods. Integrated output performances were classified into very poor, poor, moderate, good and excellent categories. All these classes were further divided into two groups as suitable and non-suitable area for the selection of recharge sites. Hard rock fractures were mapped as lineaments from satellite images, and besides that, rose diagram was also generated to find out the trend of the fracture. Furthermore, fracture data of 146 numbers have been collected using Brunton compass to generate rose diagram and were correlated with the rose diagram derived from lineaments. The present study significantly brought up a few areas such as Ammapalayam, Melapuliyur, Senjeri and around Siruvachur for artificial recharge.
Analysis on the law of occurrence of shallow geothermal energy in Zhoukou City of Henan Province, China
XING Hui, DI Yan-song, YONG Yi
2019, 7(3): 282-287. doi: DOI: 10.19637/j.cnki.2305-7068.2019.03.008
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In this paper, through data collection and field investigation, the development and utilization status of shallow geothermal energy in Zhoukou urban area was discussed. Based on the analysis of hydrogeological conditions, rock and soil structure characteristics and field test research, the spatial distribution characteristics of rock and soil in the study area were summarized. The study shows that Zhoukou City is located in the alluvial plain of Huanghuai, and the loose deposits of river alluvial genesis range 0-200 m. These loose deposits and groundwater stored in their pores are the main carriers of shallow geothermal energy. In the central part of the Yinghe River in the middle of the study area, the aquifer thickness is within 200 m, the particle size is coarser, the water-bearing degree and recharge capacity is better. On this basis, the paper uses AHP to evaluate the suitability of shallow geothermal energy development and utilization to guide the rational development and utilization of shallow geothermal energy resources.
Interpretation for technical requirements of mapping regional groundwater resources
WEN Xue-ru, CHENG Yan-pei, DONG Hua, WANG Chun-xiao, ZHANG Er-yong, LIU Kun
2019, 7(3): 288-294. doi: DOI: 10.19637/j.cnki.2305-7068.2019.03.009
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Under the organization of China Geological Survey, relevant departments have made industry specifications and technical requirements based on hydrogeological survey data collection at the scale of 1:50 000. Among them, groundwater resource map is a must. According to nationally unified technical requirements of mapping groundwater resources put forward in 2018, this paper mainly interprets relevant principles, content, methods, diagrams as well as legend, and further to point out future directions: Higher precision will equal to higher demand of application, so that is there any more effective way to further interpret application aspect rather than only rules?

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