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Abstract

Techniques to reduce the time needed to carry out 3D resistivity surveys with a moderate number (25 to 100) of electrodes and the computing time required to interpret the data have been developed. Such surveys can be carried out with field equipment currently used for 2D resistivity imaging surveys which consists of a computer-controlled multiplexer system with a number (25 or more) of electrodes connected to a multicore cable (Griffiths and Barker 1993).

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1995-05-29
2020-09-29
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