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Abstract

The St-Ghislain drillhole disclosed the existence of a deep seated water reservoir in an anhydrite karst located in the upper Dinantien. The geological service drilled a hole in Douvrain in order to study the hydrodynamic situation more in detail, i.e.: - Study of the carboniferous limestones under a paleozoic cover and not as a dome, - to drill through the karst at lower depth to see if it was still opened. The report has the following chapters: - technology of the drilling - geology - geochemistry - measurements.

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Authors: SERVICE GEOLOGIQUE DE BELGIQUE SERVICE GEOLOGIQUE DE BELGIQUE, BRUXELLES, B, SERVICE GEOLOGIQUE DE BELGIQUE, BRUXELLES, B
Bibliographic Reference: EUR 7628 FR (1984) MF, 93 P., BFR 120, EUROFFICE, LUXEMBOURG POB 1003
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Record Number: 1989122033200 / Last updated on: 1987-01-01
Category: PUBLICATION
Available languages: fr