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A graph of apparent resistivity against electrode separation, frequency, or time. Apparent-resistivity curves are often plotted on logarithmic paper and compared with type curves (normalized theoretical curves) for interpreting the resistivity, thickness, and depth of subsurface layers. See also [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:pseudosection|''pseudosection'']].
 
A graph of apparent resistivity against electrode separation, frequency, or time. Apparent-resistivity curves are often plotted on logarithmic paper and compared with type curves (normalized theoretical curves) for interpreting the resistivity, thickness, and depth of subsurface layers. See also [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:pseudosection|''pseudosection'']].
 
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A graph of apparent resistivity against electrode separation, frequency, or time. Apparent-resistivity curves are often plotted on logarithmic paper and compared with type curves (normalized theoretical curves) for interpreting the resistivity, thickness, and depth of subsurface layers. See also pseudosection.