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B023 Archaeological Investigations by Means of Resistivity Inversion Introduction 1 N.G. PAPADOPOULOS 1 2 G.N.TSOKAS 1 P. TSOURLOS 1 and A. SARRIS 2 1 Department of Geophysics School of Geology Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Thessaloniki Greece. The Electrical Resistivity Tomography (ERT) technique is considered a relatively new geophysical method which has been rapidly evolved during the last decade. It gives a depth section of the subsurface and has been applied with great success to solve hydrogeological geological environmental geotechnical and archaeological problems. In this work the application and the effectiveness of two-dimensional and three-dimensional non-linear inversion schemes in the processing

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2005-09-04
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