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Interpretation of EM Sounding Data for a Stratified Earth by Means of Non-Linear Regression; Author Direct inversion methods for electromagnetic soundings have not been used widely for routine interpretation of field data, even though they provide more useful information to the interpreter than do indirect methods, because existing Author: J.
Scott Holladay. Holladay in: "Interpretation of EM Sounding Data for a Stratified Earth by Means of Nonlinear Regression", Research in Applied Geophysics No.
16, JanuaryGeophysics Laboratory, Department of Physics, University of Toronto. * TPLOT is an obsolete geophysics lab public domain DOS software for quick graph plotting. The conventional approach to interpretation of the observed electromagnetic data based on standard 3-D forward modeling and inversion meets significant difficulties because of the enormous amount of computations required in the case of the multitransmitter and multireceiver data acquisition systems typical for modern EM geophysical surveys.
For 1D single inversions of frequency-domain electromagnetic (FDEM) induction data with a horizontal loop transmitter and a horizontal loop receiver and geoelectrical sounding data using a. Accurate layered-earth interpretation of magnetotelluric (MT) apparent resistivity sounding curves distorted by the presence of near-surface, 3-D bodies in an otherwise horizontally stratified Author: Max A.
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