Using integrated geophysics data set to delineate Phetchabun active fault in Thailand
datasetposted on 31.03.2020 by Rungroj Arjwech
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More than 200 gravity reading points along two profiles at location 1 and 2 were carried out perpendicular to the main traces of the fault in west-east profiles. The detail needed with separation between stations was 5 m. The 2D ERT data were collected along two profiles. The dipole-dipole array configuration was used with electrode spacing 3 and 5 m and the length is 141 and 235 m respectively. The 3D ERT data were collected along two profiles. The pole-pole array configuration was used with electrode and line spacing at 5 m respectively. The survey area was 115X15 m.