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FM-CW radar is capable of detecting subsurface anomalies by using linear sweep frequency transmission of a periodically repetitive continuous FM signal. Due to the continuous-wave nature, the peak power of the FM-CW radar is usually in the range of hundreds of milliwatts. In cases where high...
In the last few years, much of the work carried out on DC resistivity has mainly concentrated on 2D and 3D techniques for data acquisition and interpretation. However, when the resistivity changes are smooth, 1D techniques can be used to interpret the data. In the present paper, we present an...
Symbolic computational systems is proved to be a very powerful tool to solve theoretical geophysical problems. Maple V, a popular computer algebra system (CAS) is used here to derive closed form analytical formulae for the expression of gravity anomaly and its derivatives over anticlinal and...
In the framework of a geophysical study to investigate the ice thickness on the Lobbia Glacier located in the Adamello Massif, Italy, we used multifold seismic data to constrain a joint gravity survey covering an area of about 3.7 km 2 . Two seismic lines were recorded above the maximum ice...
Contrasts between apparent high resistivity of the saturated freshwater zones and apparent low resistivity of the saturated saltwater zone are recorded on 111 Schlumberger sounding field curves. The field measurements are inverted to subsurface layers. Generally, resistivity decreases with depth...
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