Hydrological response of weathered clay-shale slopes: water infiltration monitoring with time-lapse electrical resistivity tomography

@article{Travelletti2012HydrologicalRO,
  title={Hydrological response of weathered clay-shale slopes: water infiltration monitoring with time-lapse electrical resistivity tomography},
  author={J. Travelletti and P. Sailhac and J. Malet and G. Grandjean and J. Ponton},
  journal={Hydrological Processes},
  year={2012},
  volume={26},
  pages={2106-2119}
}
This work presents an attempt to monitor water infiltration and subsurface flow within a clay-shale landslide using time-lapse electrical resistivity tomography (ERT). A rainfall experiment was carried out on a plot of 100 m2 at the Laval landslide in the Draix experimental catchments (ORE Draix, South French Alps) in order to characterize the spatial and temporal development of water circulation in the soil and to identify when steady-state flow conditions are reached. The experiment was… Expand
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