subsurface resistivity imaging Articles

  • Assessment of geo-hazard potential and site investigations using Resistivity Imaging

    The use of geophysical methods for evaluating subsurface contamination of sites is becoming increasingly popular all over the world. The paper presents the assessment of geo-hazard potential of a site in the City of Duncanville, Texas using Resistivity Imaging (RI). Resistivity Imaging was being used to identify areas of environmental concern and to develop a detailed image of subsurface ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Time lapse resistivity/IP survey case study

    Changes in underground electric resistivity is typically resulted by the variations in groundwater conduction and soil water content. Monitoring this variation will help operator gain a better understanding of the underground water distribution over time.  This may facilitates operators monitor abnormal underground or structural behaviour. Time lapse resistivity survey is ...

  • Multi-electrode resistivity survey for groundwater exploration in the Harare greenstone belt, Zimbabwe

    A multi-electrode resistivity survey, carried out over metasedimentary strata and metavolcanics in the Harare greenstone belt in northeastern Zimbabwe as part of a groundwater resources investigation, illustrates the ability of this technique to produce high-resolution images of the subsurface, which are useful for groundwater resources assessment. The resistivity results provide a clear view of ...


    By Springer

  • Miscellaneous surveys

    This is a collection of various cases where the 2D resistivity imaging method pioneered by Advanced Geosciences Inc have been successfully applied. Click on a section below ...


    By Advanced Geosciences, Inc.

  • Archaeological survey 2

    The site of the Meadows’ Wesleyan Cemetery in the Adelaide is thought to contain more than 130 unmarked graves. This site initially had a chapel constructed on it in 1840 and the first burial in 1855.  The initial chapel was replaced by a more substantial stone building in 1856.  Burials continued in this cemetery sporadically until the 1940’s although the site became less ...

  • EPA Technology News & Trends - Tacoma “Well 12A” Superfund Site

    The U.S. EPA Region 10 office uses an adaptive site management approach that relies on high-resolution site characterization (HRSC) techniques for strategic sampling at the Well 12A project area. This approximate one-square-mile project area is one of three at the 2.5-square-mile Commencement Bay-South Tacoma Channel Superfund site in Tacoma, Washington. The vicinity of Well 12A, one of 13 wells ...


    By TRS Group, Inc.

Need help finding the right suppliers? Try XPRT Sourcing. Let the XPRTs do the work for you