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Comptes Rendus Géoscience
Volume 338, n° 16
pages 1219-1227 (décembre 2006)
Doi : 10.1016/j.crte.2006.09.017
Received : 4 February 2005 ;  accepted : 1 September 2006
Prospection géoélectrique pour lʼétude de lʼaquifère thermal des calcaires récifaux, Hmeïma-Boujabeur (Centre ouest de la Tunisie)
Geoelectrical prospecting for studying the thermal aquifer of reef limestone, Hmeïma-Boujabeur (central-western Tunisia)
 

Mouez Gouasmia , Mohamed Gasmi, Abdelkader Mhamdi, Salem Bouri, Hamed Ben Dhia
Laboratoire 3-E « Eau, énergie & environnement », ENIS, BP « W », 3038 Sfax, Tunisie 

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Résumé

La zone de Hmeïma-Boujabeur est considérée comme lʼune des importantes provinces géothermiques de la Tunisie. Les calcaires récifaux, caractérisés par une intense fracturation et une importante karstification, se montrent susceptibles de constituer lʼaquifère thermal régional. Lʼétude géophysique basée sur deux méthodes géoélectriques complémentaires, le sondage électrique (SE) et le sondage magnéto-tellurique (SMT), se révèle très efficace pour fournir une image électrique complète du sous-sol jusquʼà une profondeur de 1 km environ. La confrontation des différents résultats nous a permis de délimiter des zones jugées favorables à lʼexploitation de lʼeau chaude. Pour citer cet article : M. Gouasmia et al., C. R. Geoscience 338 (2006).

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Abstract

The Hmeïma-Boujabeur zone is considered as an important geothermal province for Tunisia. The reef limestone, characterized by intense fracturation and important karstification, confers them the property to be a regional thermal aquifer. A geophysical study based on two complementary geoelectrical methods, the Electrical Sounding (ES) and Magneto-Telluric Sounding (MTS), turned out to be very efficient to provide a complete electrical image of the underground until about 1-km depth. The synthetic approach integrating all data allowed us to delimit the favourable area for thermal water exploitation. To cite this article: M. Gouasmia et al., C. R. Geoscience 338 (2006).

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Mots-clés : Prospection géoélectrique, Aquifère thermal, Calcaires récifaux, Tunisie

Keywords : Geoelectrical prospecting, Thermal water, Aquifer, Reefal limestones, Tunisia




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