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A direct-current resistivity array in which the earth is energized using a pair of widely spaced electrodes (<b>bipole</b>) and the resultant electric field is mapped at numerous locations up to several miles from the bipole using orthogonal pairs of dipoles to determine the magnitude and direction of the electric field. The method is used for reconnaissance because of the low cost per station compared to other resistivity methods.
 
A direct-current resistivity array in which the earth is energized using a pair of widely spaced electrodes (<b>bipole</b>) and the resultant electric field is mapped at numerous locations up to several miles from the bipole using orthogonal pairs of dipoles to determine the magnitude and direction of the electric field. The method is used for reconnaissance because of the low cost per station compared to other resistivity methods.
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A direct-current resistivity array in which the earth is energized using a pair of widely spaced electrodes (bipole) and the resultant electric field is mapped at numerous locations up to several miles from the bipole using orthogonal pairs of dipoles to determine the magnitude and direction of the electric field. The method is used for reconnaissance because of the low cost per station compared to other resistivity methods.


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