2018 - Ümit Yalçın KALYONCUOĞLU,Erdinç ÖKSÜM,Çağdaş ÇELİK,Olcay ÇAKMAK - https://doi.org/10.21923/jesd.444173
Özet:Although the use of multiple geophysical methods in the search of chromite mines is the first choice in the world in general, in the past of our country, the search for such mines has often been limited to the results of surface surveys or only one methodical geophysical applications have been carried out. For this reason, the reserves in many existing chromite areas have not yet been determined by their real potential. In this study, it is aimed to investigate the continuity of the buried potential reserve of an abandoned chromite mine site located in the north western part of the Sütçüler district of Isparta province, which is not currently in operation. For this purpose, gravity and magnetic measurements were carried out with an average spacing of 5 m in a pilot study area of 300 m × 400 m in size. As a result of the interpretation of the potential field data obtained, the existence of anomalous areas where high density and low magnetic susceptibility structures could be the sources were determined. In particular, these areas point to the potential presence of buried mining reserves in the study area.
Anahtar Kelime:Geophysics, Gravity method, Magnetics, Chromite mine