- Volume 21 Issue 3
ELF-MT Survey Between Sindangri and Dojonri Area in the Okchon Zone
옥천대내(沃川帶內) 신당(新堂)-도전리(道田里) 지역(地域)에 대한 ELF-MT 탐사(探査) 연구(硏究)
- Min, Kyung Duck (Dept. of Geology, Yonsei University) ;
- Jeon, Jeong Soo (Dept. of Geology, Yonsei University) ;
- Chung, Seung Hwan (Korea Institute of Energy and Resources)
- Published : 1988.06.30
The ELF-MT survey has been conducted at 9 points along the national road between the Sindangri and Dojonri area to study on the boundary between the Okchon and Choson systems, and subsurface geological structure of these two systems. Natural electromagnetic fields of 7.8, 14, and 20 Hz in the Schumann resonant frequency band were used for ELF-MT measurement. Apparent resistivity values were calculated from the measured magnetic and electric fields at each frequency, and resistivity sections were obtained by means of a trial and error method for one-dimensional analysis and finite element method for two-dimensioal analysis. The results of this study show that the resistivities of the Okchon and Choson systems are 700-3500 ohm-m and 40-5000 ohm-m, respectively. The boundary between these two systems is a fault with the width of 1 km fault zone and resistivity value of 200 ohm-m, and is located around Koburangjae. Another fault is appeared in Sindangri, and its resistivity value is 130 ohm-m. Intrusion of biotite granite is distributed in Jungchijae, and its resistivity value is 750 ohm-m. The area between Susanri and Koburangjae shows the highest resistivity value of 3500 ohm-m because metabasite and amphibolite are distributed in that area. Extremely low resistivity value of 40 ohm-m around Yongamsan is due to the Yongam formation, which is composed of graphitic black slate and overlying Choson Great Limestone group.