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Application of a Wide-Field Electromagnetic Method for Hot Dry Rock Exploration: A Case Study in the Gonghe Basin, Qinghai, China
Hot dry rock (HDR) is a geothermal resource with a high temperature that is widely distributed and has good potential as a clean and renewable energy source. To determine underground electrical structures and to predict granite reservoir distributions, the wide-field electromagnetic (WFEM) method has been applied to explore deep mineral resources and has advantages such as explorations at greater depths and at high resolutions. In this study, a WFEM investigation was carried out for HDRdoi:10.3390/min11101105 fatcat:7crc3eomwbc2rd47qyol4xjnny