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A frequency-independent scaling of the apparent resistivity curve in [[Dictionary:electromagnetic_sounding|''electromagnetic sounding'']] (q.v.), caused by small-scale near-surface resistivity inhomogeneities or topography. Especially important in [[Dictionary:magnetotelluric_(MT)_method|''magnetotelluric'']] (q.v.) methods. See Jones (1988).
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A frequency-independent scaling of the apparent resistivity curve in [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:electromagnetic_sounding|''electromagnetic sounding'']] (q.v.), caused by small-scale near-surface resistivity inhomogeneities or topography. Especially important in [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:magnetotelluric_(MT)_method|''magnetotelluric'']] (q.v.) methods. See Jones (1988).
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A frequency-independent scaling of the apparent resistivity curve in electromagnetic sounding (q.v.), caused by small-scale near-surface resistivity inhomogeneities or topography. Especially important in magnetotelluric (q.v.) methods. See Jones (1988).