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Abstract

Surface Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (SNMR) is a fairly new geophysical method for groundwater exploration and aquifer characterization (e.g. Yaramanci 2000). The NMR-Experiment is conducted by a coincident transmitter and receiver loop at the surface exciting the protons of water molecules underground with the Larmor frequency of the earth’s magnetic field. Conducting a SNMR measurement with increasing excitation intensity yields a complex sounding curve, where the amplitude of the relaxation signal is determined by the numbers of protons i.e. the water content and the phase is sensitive to the subsurface conductivity.

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2002-09-08
2020-04-03
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