Lithium metal reserves in india

Started by certforumz, February 14, 2023, 10:41:50 AM

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According to G3 survy, there are 5,900 million tons of Li reserves in India, in Himalayan mountain belt.

In the context of geology, G1, G2, and G3 surveys typically refer to different levels of geological mapping surveys.

G1 survey is the most detailed and comprehensive survey, typically involving detailed field mapping and collection of geological data, including rock outcrop sampling and analysis.

G2 survey is less detailed and less comprehensive than G1 survey, often relying on remote sensing data and pre-existing geological maps to fill in the gaps in the geological understanding of a particular area.

G3 survey is the least detailed and least comprehensive survey, often used to provide a regional overview of the geology of an area, typically relying on satellite imagery and other remote sensing data.

It's worth noting that the specific definitions of G1, G2, and G3 surveys may vary depending on the particular organization or agency using them, and these terms may not be used universally across the field of geology.