Multifrequency sounding results of laboratory simulated homogeneous and two-layer earth models
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Scale model studies have established that layered Earth structures can be resolved by central frequency sounding (CFS) through a combination of parametric and geometric approaches. In view of the utility of scale model studies, which often improve the approach towards interpretation of field data, experimental work was carried out for CFS and compared with dipole frequency sounding (DFS) to establish the resolution pattern of CFS on laboratory simulated models. Results presented for homogeneous and two-layer Earth models for the conductive substratum agree well with the actual parameter values of the models.
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