Forward modeling using finite difference method for fractured hard rocks tracing via three-electrode array
AbstractThe article presents the results of field electrical exploration in the north of Iran, obtained by a three-electrode installation. A 2D inversion of the apparent resistivity values was performed, which made it possible to localize regions of low resistivity in the stratum of high-resistivity rocks, associated mainly with fracturing zones. The results of the inversion are confirmed by drilling.
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