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<b>1</b>. The tendency of alternating currents to flow near the surface of a conductor. <b>2</b>. A reduction in apparent conductivity. The diffusion of an electromagnetic wave through a conductive formation results in a phase shift. <b>3</b>. In logging, the frequency-dependent depth resolution. To compare different depth curves, this effect is often filtered out (<b>skin-effect correction</b>). See [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:skin_depth_(&#x03B4;)|''skin depth'']].
 
<b>1</b>. The tendency of alternating currents to flow near the surface of a conductor. <b>2</b>. A reduction in apparent conductivity. The diffusion of an electromagnetic wave through a conductive formation results in a phase shift. <b>3</b>. In logging, the frequency-dependent depth resolution. To compare different depth curves, this effect is often filtered out (<b>skin-effect correction</b>). See [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:skin_depth_(&#x03B4;)|''skin depth'']].
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1. The tendency of alternating currents to flow near the surface of a conductor. 2. A reduction in apparent conductivity. The diffusion of an electromagnetic wave through a conductive formation results in a phase shift. 3. In logging, the frequency-dependent depth resolution. To compare different depth curves, this effect is often filtered out (skin-effect correction). See skin depth.