Michel Dabas

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Electronic reference Philippe Barral, Gilles Bossuet, Martine Joly, Michel Dabas, Christian Camerlynck, Laurent Aubry, Alain Daubigney, Matthieu Thivet and Stéphane Alix, « Applied geophysics in archaeological prospecting at sites of Authumes (Saône-et-Loire) and Mirebeau (Côte-d’Or) (Bourgogne, Eastern France) », ArcheoSciences [Online], 33 (suppl.) |(More)
Proximal sensing of soil electromagnetic properties is widely used to map spatial land heterogeneity. The mapping instruments use galvanic contact, capacitive coupling or electromagnetic induction. Regardless of the type of instrument, the geometrical configuration between signal transmitting and receiving elements typically defines the shape of the depth(More)
We attempt to characterize with geophysical methods the state of landfill covers to detect damages that can induce preferential water pathways and unusual increase of leachate within the waste mass. The geophysical methods used were the Electrical Resistivity Tomography (ERT), cartography with an Automatic Resistivity Profiling (ARP©), and the Self(More)
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