Localization of saturated karst aquifer with magnetic resonance sounding and resistivity imagery.

Abstract

To answer one of the main questions of hydrogeologists implementing boreholes or working on pollution questions in a karst environment--i.e., where is the ground water?--numerous tools including geophysics are used. However, the contribution of geophysics differs from one method to the other. The magnetic resonance sounding (MRS) method has the advantage of… (More)

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