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An application of the equivalence principle used in resistivity sounding. Sounding graphs over a series of strata with resistivities <math>\rho_i</math> and thicknesses ''h''<sub>''i''</sub> above a highly resistive substratum possess the same asymptote if the sum of longitudinal conductance (<math>\frac{h_i}{\rho_i}</math>) is constant, i.e., if | An application of the equivalence principle used in resistivity sounding. Sounding graphs over a series of strata with resistivities <math>\rho_i</math> and thicknesses ''h''<sub>''i''</sub> above a highly resistive substratum possess the same asymptote if the sum of longitudinal conductance (<math>\frac{h_i}{\rho_i}</math>) is constant, i.e., if |

## Latest revision as of 11:09, 16 March 2020

An application of the equivalence principle used in resistivity sounding. Sounding graphs over a series of strata with resistivities and thicknesses *h*_{i} above a highly resistive substratum possess the same asymptote if the sum of longitudinal conductance () is constant, i.e., if

*S* is the **admittance**.