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Abstract

During the past decade, electrical geophysical techniques have<br>been gaining acceptance for investigating geotechnical problems,<br>particularly in the area of detecting and monitoring ground<br>water contamination. While much of this work can be done by<br>monitoring wells alone,. the cost of such programs is often<br>prohibitive. Electrical geophysics has proven to be helpful in<br>mapping contaminant plumes and in optimizing the placement of<br>monitoring wells.

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1990-03-12
2021-10-17
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