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L10-page6 - lateral variations in resistivity • Usually...

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6 Suppression • Principle of suppression: Thin layers of small resistivity contrast with respect to background will be missed. • Thin layers of greater resistivity contrast will be detectable, but equivalence limits resolution of boundary depths, etc. Horizontal Profiling • Used for rapid location/delineation of
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Unformatted text preview: lateral variations in resistivity. • Usually involves moving an electrode array of constant separation horizontally along surface. • Can be difficult to interpret directly from resulting curve due to formation of ‘cusps’. Also, different arrays produce somewhat different results....
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