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Transactions of The Japanese Society of Irrigation, Drainage and Reclamation Engineering
The rock salt layers underlie at shallow depth under 50m-100m in depth and saline groundwater is distributed in Phra Yuen area, northeast Thailand. The G1 and F 1 faults were inferred by analyses of geological columns at 16 sites (A1-A16) of the regular 1 km grid covered 3km X 3km area and photo-lineaments interpretation. The electromagnetic prospecting, the electric prospecting, and the soil temperature survey at 1m depth were carried out along the survey lines of A5-A7 and A10-Al2 to verifydoi:10.11408/jsidre1965.2003.349 fatcat:dig6ne4eerdm5n5tg5t3a5fgfu