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Abstract

The electromagnetic response of a buried conductor is a complex function of the currents induced and channeled into the conductor from the currents flowing in the background media. The ration between the channeling and induced currents is basically deterrnined by the currents in the background half-space that are available for channeling and on the magnetic fleld on the conductor. In order to "see" the target the secondary fields must exceed some threshold value which is dependent on the layered background response and on the source receiver configuration.

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1997-08-09
2020-10-26
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