Electromagnetic Induction Studies

@inproceedings{Chave2007ElectromagneticIS,
  title={Electromagnetic Induction Studies},
  author={Alan D. Chave},
  year={2007}
}
This report constitutes an attempt to review the major developments and identify important trends in the broad field of geophysical electromagnetic nduction and related phenomena over the past four years. Following in the spirit of previous reports of this type [e.g., Filloux, 1979; Hermance, 1983b], the work of US researchers will be emphasized, although we will cover foreign research when appropriate. Many of the recent theoretical developments and the largest EM field program ever (EMSLAB… CONTINUE READING

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