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Abstract

There are two principal indicators for the presence of hydrocarbons in groundwater: an increase<br>in the electrical resistivity of the groundwater saturated layer and an induced polarization effect<br>(IP). The electro-osmosis type IP superimposes on the time domain electromagnetic (TDEM)<br>soundings an effect that distorts the signals.

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2009-03-29
2021-01-19
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