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Summary

Current study is showing an example from British Columbia, Canada, where an area in Peace River basin was flown by SkyTEM system and then interpreted using advanced EM inversion algorithms, which in turn led to groundwater modelling carried out straight from interpretation of the airborne EM data and with usage of a-priori information.

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2018-04-23
2020-07-06
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