Matthias Schmelz

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SUMMARY Forty years after the first application of Superconducting Quantum Interference Devices (SQUIDs) [1], [2] for geophysical purposes, they have recently become a valued tool for mineral exploration. One of the most common applications is time domain (or transient) electromag-netics (TEM), an active method, where the inductive response from the ground(More)
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