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Abstract

We measured eleven regularly spaced resistivity profiles over a ten by ten meter experimental plot where high landfill gas (LFG) emissions had been recorded on the surface. The measurements were repeated seven times during four days which made it possible to trace the development of resistive areas. The LFG emissions at the surface of the landfill were estimated with laser absorption spectroscopy and static chamber measurements at the same time as resistivity surveying. By studying the changes of resistivity with time it was indicated that the gas migration in the waste mass was a relatively fast process, changing within only a few hours. Our presentation will focus on details regarding temporal and spatial changes of measurement.

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2008-09-17
2020-11-24
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