Dictionary:Shoulder-bed effect

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{{#category_index:S|shoulder-bed effect}} Effect of adjacent beds on a log reading. Also called the adjacent-bed effect. For example, high-resistivity beds adjacent to a low-resistivity bed may result in more current flowing in the low-resistivity bed than if the high-resistivity beds were not present, thus changing the apparent resistivity of the low-resistivity bed.