Geo-Electric Crustal Structure Along the Hoshangabad-Ner (HN) Traverse Across the NSL Zone

  • G. Dhanunjaya Naidu
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Another N–S trending traverse of about 270 km length has been covered across the NSL zone. This traverse (Fig. 6.1) lies between the latitudes 20° and 23° close to the longitude of 77.5° and crosses all the major lineaments, faults and different surface geological features.


Apparent Resistivity Deccan Trap Induction Vector Impedance Tensor Shallow Section 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.MagnetotelluricsCSIR–National Geophysical Research InstituteHyderabadIndia

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