A saline tracer test monitored via both surface and cross-borehole electrical resistivity tomography: Comparison of time-lapse results

@inproceedings{Perri2012AST,
  title={A saline tracer test monitored via both surface and cross-borehole electrical resistivity tomography: Comparison of time-lapse results},
  author={Maria Teresa Perri and Giorgio Cassiani and Isabella Gervasio and Rita Deiana and Andrew Binley},
  year={2012}
}
In contrast to traditional field investigation techniques in hydrogeology, geophysical methods are relatively non-invasive, cost effective and can be performed with a higher spatial sampling. The most commonly applied technique in hydrogeophysics is electrical resistivity tomography (ERT), both from the ground surface and in cross-borehole configurations. To infer reliable results from such a hydrogeophysical application, however, the uncertainty related to the data inversion has to be taken… CONTINUE READING

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