Electrical resistivity geophysical methods rely on the different electrical properties of underground materials. The electrical conductivity is measured through a technique that involves driving electrical current in the ground using a set of electrodes and a voltmeter. Those methods are particularly useful in determining the groundwater’s salinity but they are also utilized in a large range of applications including oil detection and mineral identification.
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