Underground fracture detection case study

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This underground fracture detection survey was completed by ZZ Resistivity Imaging Pty. Ltd. Two 12m electrode spacing 32-core cables were used to collect resistivity data.  Then the data is coversed into true resistivity distribution images. Figure below clearly shows the glide plane is located between high (red) and low resistivity (green) zones.                    


 

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