Case Study - Shallow Soil Resistivity Survey

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Courtesy of Advanced Geosciences, Inc.

Lima, Peru

Site:  Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Lima, Peru

Instrument and method:  SuperStingR8 WiFi with 28 electrode passive electrical imaging cable.  Measured in dipole-dipole and inverse schlumberger array.  Modeled with EarthImager 2D.

Results:  Resistivity data were used to successfully estimate the thickness of a soil layer that was added to retain moisture and allow grass to grow.  The location of a concrete foundation was determined and also the extent that roots have grown outwards from several trees.

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