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IP and Resistivity

Induced Polarisation (IP) is a technique of measuring an induced potential field in the ground in order to map the geological subsurface.

From measurements of the induced potential field the chargeability and resistivity of the subsurface can be calculated.

These measurements are made in either the time domain or frequency domain using various configurations of transmission electrodes and multiple potentiometer receivers.


Mineral Exploration

Groundwater Mapping

Geological Stratigraphy Mapping

Mapping of Fault Structures

Archaeological Site Investigation