Soil Salinity Prole of Marine Shrimp Aquaculture Farm : A Case Study at Banglen, Nakornpathom, Thailand

Suabsagun Yooyuanyong, Preecha Lee, Warin Sripanya


In this paper, the Direct Current method is used to investigate the soil salinity prole of marine shrimp aquaculture farm. Inversion process is conducted and finite difference method is used with the iterative technique to minimize the potential difference of the calculated and the measured potential to give an optimal solution rapidly. The iterative procedure is found to be robust with respect to starting models for both the synthesis and real data. The results show the conductivities for marine shrimp aquaculture farm which are vary between 0.15 S/m and 0.33 S/m. These number of conductivities indicate that the salt from marine shrimp aquaculture farm do not have much of an impact on the plant since the conductivity of the ground used for planting should be less than 0.40 S/m. Therefore, from our results imply that the land used for marine aquaculture farm and the surrounding area can be used for orchard and paddy.

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