Bibliography of borehole geophysics as applied to ground-water hydrology

Circular 926
By:  and 



Most of the references on borehole geophysics that are relevant to ground-water hydrology are contained in this bibliography, but it does not include every reference that is available under each subject heading; the literature is much too extensive to compile a complete listing. Some of the references may appear under more than one subject heading because the references commonly relate to more than one main topic. Many articles have been cross-referenced in order to assist the reader in locating an article. For example, the article entitled, 'Application of the acoustic televiewer to the characterization of hydraulic fractures in geothermal wells' is listed under both 'Acoustic televiewer,' and 'Geothermal'. The bibliography is intended to lead the reader to other articles on borehole-geophysical logging and related subjects, because each article cited also will have a list of references, which may be more specialized, covering many subjects with related applications, such as physics, mathematics, chemistry, geology, electronics, acoustics, hydrology, and surface geophysics. However, not all of these related subject headings could be included in this bibliography.

Additional publication details

Publication type Report
Publication Subtype USGS Numbered Series
Title Bibliography of borehole geophysics as applied to ground-water hydrology
Series title Circular
Series number 926
DOI 10.3133/cir926
Edition -
Year Published 1985
Language ENGLISH
Publisher U.S. Geological Survey,
Description iii, 62 p. ;26 cm.