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Abstract

This paper discusses the application of geophysical methods to solve water supply problems<br>in urban and rural settlements in Yugoslavia. For this hydrogeological study, a wide range of<br>geophysical methods were used: resistivity – soundings and mapping in different arrays, self-potential<br>method (SP), Mise a la masse, induced potential (IP), electromagnetic methods Slingram and Transient,<br>well-logging, geothermal methods, seismic refraction methods, etc. Examples of the application of<br>geophysical methods to solve water supply problems in urban and rural settlements in Yugoslavia are<br>presented.

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2001-10-09
2022-11-30
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