Subsurface Probing by High-Frequency Measurements of the Wave Tilt of Electromagnetic Surface Waves

@article{Lytle1976SubsurfacePB,
  title={Subsurface Probing by High-Frequency Measurements of the Wave Tilt of Electromagnetic Surface Waves},
  author={R. Jeffrey Lytle and Darrel Lager and Edwin F. Laine},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Geoscience Electronics},
  year={1976},
  volume={14},
  pages={244-249}
}
An overview of the tilt of an electromagnetic surface wave propagating along the surface of the earth is given. High-frequency wave-tilt measurements can have important applications in low conductivity regions such as desert and permafrost areas. A specific application includes determining the depth of permafrost. Past applications of wave-tilt measurements were primarily with lower frequencies in regions with high ground conductivities. Thus low frequencies (<1 MHz) were needed to probe to… CONTINUE READING

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