Faulting and groundwater in a desert environment: constraining hydrogeology using time-domain electromagnetic data

@inproceedings{Bedrosian2013FaultingAG,
  title={Faulting and groundwater in a desert environment: constraining hydrogeology using time-domain electromagnetic data},
  author={Paul Andrew Bedrosian and Matthew K. Burgess and Tracy Nishikawa},
  year={2013}
}
Within the south-western Mojave Desert, the Joshua Basin Water District is considering applying imported water into infiltration ponds in the Joshua Tree groundwater sub-basin in an attempt to artificially recharge the underlying aquifer. Scarce subsurface hydrogeological data are available near the proposed recharge site; therefore, time-domain electromagnetic (TDEM) data were collected and analysed to characterize the subsurface. TDEM soundings were acquired to estimate the depth to water on… CONTINUE READING