SuperSting™ Marine Resistivity

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The SuperSting™ Marine Resistivity is an add-on module to the SuperSting™ Wi-Fi, our multi-channel electrical imaging system. It allows for the collection of streaming marine (towed cable) data. Items in this module allow resistivity/IP hydrographic surveys with continuously recording 2D and 2.5D data which contain positional data from a GPS receiver, along with the depth profile measured with 200 Khz echo sounder. Other NMEA position and depth data streams (industry standard) can be synchronized as well.

 

Pole-Pole Array: Electrical Resistivity Methods, Part 5

Electrode arrays are different arrangements of electrodes used to perform geophysical resistivity measurements. Electrode arrays were developed in order to make field measurements more efficient and data interpretation easier.

Today, we’re discussing the pole-pole electrode configuration—this is the fifth article in our series exploring 11 electrode arrays and methods. We’ve also covered the following:

Pole-Dipole Array: Electrical Resistivity Methods, Part 4

Electrode arrays are different arrangements of electrodes used to perform geophysical resistivity measurements. Electrode arrays were developed in order to make field measurements more efficient and data interpretation easier.

Today, we’re discussing the pole-dipole array—this is the fourth article in our series exploring 11 electrode arrays and methods. We’ve also covered the following:

Dipole-Dipole​ ​Array:​ ​Electrical​ ​Resistivity​ ​Methods,​ ​Part​ ​3

Electrode arrays are different arrangements of electrodes used to perform geophysical resistivity measurements. Electrode arrays were developed in order to make field measurements more efficient and data interpretation easier.

Today, we’re discussing the dipole-dipole array—this is the third article in our series exploring 11 electrode arrays and methods. We’ve also covered the following:

Schlumberger Array: Electrical Resistivity Methods, Part 2

Electrode arrays are different arrangements of electrodes used to perform geophysical resistivity measurements. Electrode arrays were developed in order to make field measurements more efficient and data interpretation easier.

This is the second article in our series exploring 11 electrode arrays and methods. We’ve also covered the Wenner array. Today, we’re discussing the Schlumberger array.

 

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