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Abstract

Ground water flow is known to be affected by presence of thin, impermeable clay layers. In an area near Ede in Holland, reflection seismics could not be used to detect continuity of such clay layers, due to the presence of a low velocity lid. The applicability of cross-well tomography to this situation was then investigated.

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