Multiple-gradient array for near-surface electrical resistivity tomography
The use of most conventional arrays for near-surface electrical resistivity tomography (ERT) surveys is usually cumbersome, time consuming and labour intensive. Thus, data acquisition teams are often tempted to reduce the data density with a view of speeding up field operation and minimizing the survey cost. This tends to significantly degrade the quality and resolution of the resulting...
Published at SEG: Near-Surface Asia Pacific Conference, Waikoloa, Hawaii, 7-10 July 2015
Pages pp. 324-327.
Published in 2015
Ahzegbobor P. Aizebeokhai*, Kehinde D. Oyeyemi, Olusola T. Kayode
Oyeyemi Kehinde David » Mr.OYEYEMI, Kehinde David holds Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Geophysics and Master of Science degree in Geology from the University of calabar, Cross-river state, Nigeria and the prestigious University of Ibadan, Oyo state, Nigeria respectively.He is a Lecturer II in the Department of Industrial physics (Applied Geophysics unit) in the College of Science and Technology. His areas of... view full profile
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