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An electromagnetic method in which eddy currents are induced in the earth by a time-varying magnetic field. The term is usually applied only to electromagnetic methods for which the receiver is in the near-field (or induction zone) of the transmitter.
 
An electromagnetic method in which eddy currents are induced in the earth by a time-varying magnetic field. The term is usually applied only to electromagnetic methods for which the receiver is in the near-field (or induction zone) of the transmitter.
 
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An electromagnetic method in which eddy currents are induced in the earth by a time-varying magnetic field. The term is usually applied only to electromagnetic methods for which the receiver is in the near-field (or induction zone) of the transmitter.