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TDEM and NUMISPlus soundings at the Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge: a case study

[Image: Log10 resistivity, percent water by volume, and K* permeability]
Figure 1. Results of TDEM and NUMIS soundings along the E-W profile at Ash Meadows, Nevada (a) Inverted TDEM data in log10 (resistivity) (b) NUMIS percent Water content, and (c) NUMIS permeability (m/s).

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Final copy as submitted to 2nd International Workshop on the Magnetic Resonance Sounding Method Applied to Non-Invasive Groundwater Investigations for publication as: Abraham, J.D., Legchenko, Anatoly, Mazzella, Aldo, White, E.A., Lane, J.W., Jr., and Fleming, J.B., 2003, TDEM and NUMISPlus soundings at the Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge-a case study, in 2nd International Workshop on the Magnetic Resonance Sounding Method Applied to Non-Invasive Groundwater Investigations, November 19 to 20, 2003, Orléans, France, Proceedings: Orléans, France, Bureau de Recherches Géologiques et Minières (BRGM).



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