P145 INTERPRETATION OF TEM SMALL-LOOP DATA I.O.ISAEV M.I. EPOVI. E.Y. ANTONOV and A.E. PLOTNIKOV Laboratory of Electromagnetic Fields Institute for Geophysics Prospect Akademika Koptuga b.3 630090 Novosibirsk Russia Summary 1 The paper presents advances in the interpretation of the Arbitrary Impulse Method (AIM) data. The AIM is the well-known TEM method. The main features of the AIM are small size of sounding loops and the fully controlled current pulse using. Our key achievement is the quantitative interpretation of the AIM data that is in agreement with the results of VES investigation. Introduction The AIM was formed as the near-surface modification


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