First horizontal derivative and Euler Deconvolution in application for reconstructing structural signature over the Blawan-Ijen Geothermal area

Yunus Daud, Agus Sulistyo, Fikri Fahmi, Wambra Aswo Nuqramadha, F. Fitrianita, Rhyno Senbyla Sesesega, Syamsu Rosid, Gesang Panggrahito Pati, Muhamad Riziq Maulana, Mufidatul Khoiroh, Khalif Radhiyya Rahman, Wisnu Subroto

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Abstract

A ground gravity survey was conducted over the Blawan-Ijen geothermal area covering about 176 km 2 area. A total of 72 stations were measured with 1.0-1.5 km spacing. The data obtained were then processed using several corrections for gravity data to get Complete Bouguer Anomaly (CBA). The gravity method was chosen because of the ability to detect geological structures corresponding to the rocks density of the field study. Two types of gravity technique, First Horizontal Derivative (FHD) and Euler Deconvolution (ED), have become widely used to interpret the structure condition. FHD technique delineates a geological boundary of different density body while ED technique estimates a source location and depth of structures. Furthermore, 3-D inversion of magetotelluric data result was also used as a reference to support 2-D gravity forward modeling. The main structure which probably controlled the emergence of Blawan-Ijen hotspring is indicated by maximum FHD value at the northern part area. Moreover, the ED result shows the depth of structures in Blawan-Ijen geothermal area is mostly about 250-1000 meters.

Original languageEnglish
Article number012008
JournalIOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science
Volume254
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2019
Event7th ITB International Geothermal Workshop 2018, IIGW 2018 - Bandung, Indonesia
Duration: 21 Mar 201822 Mar 2018

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