Mr. Reginald Mensah Noye

Senior Lecturer

Dept: Physics
Department of Physics,
KNUST, Kumasi.

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Research Areas/Interests

Key Research areas: Use of geophysical exploration methods in groundwater exploration. Physical properties of rocks associated with groundwater. ...~more

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    1. M. Issah, A. A. Aning, R. M. Noye, 2018 Prospecting for Groundwater Using the Continuous Vertical Electrical Sounding Method. European Scientific Journal. Vol. 14, No. 3
    2. M. Noye, F. B. Fofie, S. T. Nartey, E. K. Mensah, 2017 Locating Aquifers in Crystalline Granitic Rock Using Electrical Resistivity Technique in the Sissala East District of Ghana. Journal of Environment and Earth Science. Vol. 7, No. 10
    3. Nero, A. A. Aning, S.K. Danuor, R. M. Noye, 2016 Delineation of graves using electrical resistivity tomography. Journal of Applied Geophysics.126 138-147.
    4. Anechana, R. M. Noye, A. Menyeh, E. Manu, C. Okrah, 2015 Electromagnetic Method and Vertical Electrical Sounding for Groundwater Potential Assessment of Kintampo North Municipality of Ghana. Journal of Environment and Earth Science. Vol.5, No.12.
    5. D. Wemegah, K. Preko, R. M. Noye, B. Boadi, A. Menyeh, S. K. Danuor, T. Amenyoh, 2015 Geophysical Interpretation of Possible Gold Mineralization Zones in Kyerano, South-Western Ghana Using Aeromagnetic and Radiometric Datasets. Journal of Geoscience and Environment Protection, 2015, 3, 67-82.
    1. Adu Kyere, R. M. Noye, and Aboagye Menyeh, 2013 Prospecting forGroundwater in the Bawku West District of the Upper East Region of Ghana Using the Electromagnetic and Vertical Electrical Sounding Methods. Journal of Ghana Science Association, Vol. 15 No. 1.
    2. Andrews, N.D, Aning, A.A, Danuor, S.K and R. M. Noye, 2013 Geophysical Investigations at the Proposed site of the KNUST Teaching Hospital building using the 2D and 3D Resistivity Imaging Techniques.  International Research Journal of Geology and Mining (IRJGM)  (2276-6618) Vol. 3(3) pp.  113-123


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