Geoelectric method

The geoelectrical multi-electrode method of investigation is applied to map the real electrical resistivity of the subsoil by injection of current and measuring the potential difference in a series of electrodes placed in the ground or inside a borehole.

The electrical resistivity is closely related to the chemical and physical properties of the different lithology and, therefore, the section provides a very accurate geologic model of the subsoil.

The main fields of application of multi-electrode geoelectric method are:

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