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In this article, the authors review the practical experience of applying the VIP (vector induced polarization) method for geophysical surveying of one of the properties in Central Kazakhstan in 2017. The survey results demonstrate a significant reduction in time and cost associated with performing large area surveys achieved by using special IP arrays. The surveys carried out made it possible to rapidly detect abroad area of chargeability response which was followed up by deeper penetrating DDIP surveys to test for depth extent.

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2018-04-23
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