The paper deals with geophysical aspects of studying soils by resistivity method. <br>Electrical resistivity measurements have recently come to use in field experiments to explore soil structure. Rapid resistivity-meters like 10-chanels Syscal-Pro (Iris Instruments) are able to record up to six hundreds of measurements per minute. Such units open new possibilities for soil investigation. <br>The authors fitted Syscal-Pro for soil exploration. All 96 electrodes were fixed in 8 plastic slabs with 10 cm inter-electrode spacing. Fast and exact setup of array is thus provided. Three different types of measurements were implemented: 2D and 3D resistivity imaging and the infiltration monitoring. Some valuable geophysical results are discussed. <br>


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