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Establishement of crack indexes by electrical apparent resistivity data.

Abstract : Soil cracks, whose formation are associated to natural climate phenomena, play an important role in water and gas transfer. Detecting cracks by non-destructive geophysical methods permits a 3D temporal monitoring of the cracking patterns. Electrical resistivity is indeed well adapted to recognize the electrical resistant signature of crack filled by air during a dessiccation period.
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Anatja Samouëlian, Isabelle Cousin, Guy Richard, Ary Bruand. Establishement of crack indexes by electrical apparent resistivity data.. European Geosciences Union, 2004, Nice, France. ⟨hal-00079882⟩

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