Download Citation on ResearchGate | Modified Pseudo-Section for Resistivity and IP | Dipole–dipole induced-polarization measurements are commonly. A modified pseudosection for resistivity and IP Edwards L.S.. Geophysics 42(5): Dipole-dipole induced-polarization measurements are. In a dc resistivity or induced polarization (IP) survey we are generally Edwards, L. S., , A modified pseudosection for resistivity and IP: Geophysics,
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This leads to an absolute depth scale for the modified pseudosection. Modififd and Applied Geophysics 1: The effective depths for various arrays are compared; the results agree with the traditional applications of each array.
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Previous Article Next Article. Close mobile search navigation Article navigation. Librarian Administrator Sign In. It is shown that rough estimates of the depth to the top of an anomalous body can be made directly on the pseudosection, at psekdosection vertical scale. Continuous resistivity measurement using the m borehole at the Nojima Fault in Awaji Island, Japan; resistivity change evaluation using 3D DC-resistivity modeling.
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Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 62 Improvement to resistivity pseudosection modelling by removal of near-surface inhomogeneity effects; application to a soil system in South Cameroon. Geophysics 42 5: From Tectonics to Groundwater. Sign In or Create an Account. The role of modified pseudo-depth sections in interpretation of resistivity and induced polarisation data.
A modified pseudosection for resistivity and IP
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Volume 42, Number 5. Abstract Dipole-dipole induced-polarization measurements are commonly presented as pseudosections, but results using different dipole lengths cannot be combined into a single pseudosection. Sulfidic early basin strata as key markers of Cordilleran shortening and Eocene extension Belt Basin: The behavior of the apparent resistivity phase spectrum in the case of a polarizable prism in an unpolarizable half-space Geophysics.