Near Surface Electrical Characterization of Hydraulic Conductivity : From Petrophysical Properties to Aquifer Geometries — A Review

@inproceedings{Slater2007NearSE,
  title={Near Surface Electrical Characterization of Hydraulic Conductivity : From Petrophysical Properties to Aquifer Geometries — A Review},
  author={Lee Slater},
  year={2007}
}
This paper reviews the recent geophysical literature addressing the estimation of saturated hydraulic conductivity (K) from static low frequency electrical measurements (electrical resistivity, induced polarization (IP) and spectral induced polarization (SIP)). In the first part of this paper, research describing how petrophysical relations between electrical properties and effective (i.e. controlling fluid transport) properties of (a) the interconnected pore volumes and interconnected pore… CONTINUE READING
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