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Abstract

A033 Geostatistical estimation of structural vulnerability Summary 1 In this abstract we present a newly developed concept using geostatistical estimation and nonlinear inversion to optimize a function translating geophysical resistivity models to geophysical clay thickness. The algorithm uses information on reported clay thicknesses in drill holes. We call it geoStatistical estimation of Structural Vulnerability (SSV). The clay thickness in the upper part of the subsurface is an important factor for the water infiltration speed and thereby the vulnerability of underlying aquifers to pesticides nitrate etc. Drill hole information contains the most detailed information on clay thicknesses but most often drill

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2005-09-04
2020-09-28
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