Geophysical Techniques for Sensing Buried Waste and Waste Migration
By Richard C. Benson, Robert Glaccum, and Michael R. Noel
The six geophysical techniques described in the publication include metal detection, magnetometry, ground-penetrating radar, electromagnetics, resistivity, and seismic refraction.
Their applications for sensing the presence of subsurface waste and waste migration are detailed.
1982 / 252 pages
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