The Geoelectrical Methods in Geophysical Exploration

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Elsevier, Jan 1, 1994 - Science - 873 pages
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Hardbound. This volume deals with electrical methods as used in applied geophysics. There are 14 chapters. The first four chapters comprise a handbook of information needed in applied electrical geophysics. The next three chapters deal with three standard techniques: Direct Current (DC), Magnetotelluric (MT) and Controlled-Source Electromagnetic (EM) methods. Chapters 8 - 11 develop important aspects of the subject which are common to all three standard techniques. These common aspects include ambiguity and insensitivity, data acquisition, modeling and simulation, and interpretation. Chapters 12 and 13 cover experience with electrical methods in the solution of a wide variety of practical problems.

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Contents

ELECTRICAL METHODS IN GEOPHYSICS
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GENERAL CONCEPTS OF ELECTROMAGNETIC HELD
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PROPERTIES OF ROCKS AND MINERALS
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