Time-lapse resistivity imaging inversion

@inproceedings{Loke1999TimelapseRI,
  title={Time-lapse resistivity imaging inversion},
  author={M. H. Loke},
  year={1999}
}
In studying the changes of the subsurface resistivity with time, two-dimensional resistivity imaging surveys are often repeated over the same line at different times. Such studies include the flow of water through the vadose zone, changes in the water table due to water extraction, flow of chemical pollutants and leakage from dams. Normally, the data from the surveys conducted at different times are inverted independently, frequently with a smoothness-constrained least-squares inversion method… CONTINUE READING

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