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Abstract

Environmental applications of the induced polarization (IP) and the spectral induced polarization (spectral IP or SIP) methods, i.e., the possibility to detect organic and inorganic contaminants in glacial soils, has been studied the Geological Survey of Finland (GTK) for some years. This presentation deals with the IP of natural and contaminated soils (the membrane polarization), and gives two field examples; an area with an organic (hydrocarbon) contamination (Fig. 1), and an area with an inorganic (heavy metal) contarnination.

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1997-08-09
2020-09-29
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