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The Self-Potential Method : Theory and Applications in Environmental Geosciences - Andre Revil

The Self-Potential Method

Theory and Applications in Environmental Geosciences

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Published: 1st March 2018
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The self-potential method enables non-intrusive assessment and imaging of disturbances in electrical currents of conductive subsurface materials. It has an increasing number of applications, from mapping fluid flow in the subsurface of the Earth to detecting preferential flow paths in earth dams and embankments. This book provides the first full overview of the fundamental concepts of this method and its applications in the field. It discusses the historical perspective, laboratory investigations undertaken, the inverse problem and seismoelectric coupling, and concludes with the application of the self-potential method to geohazards, water resources and hydrothermal systems. Chapter exercises, online datasets and analytical software enable the reader to put the theory into practice. This book is a key reference for academic researchers and professionals working in the areas of geophysics, environmental science, hydrology and geotechnical engineering. It will also be valuable reading for related graduate courses.

Foreword; Preface; 1. Fundamentals of the self-potential method; 2. Development of a fundamental theory; 3. Laboratory investigations; 4. Forward and inverse modeling; 5. Applications to geohazards; 6. Application to water resources; 7. Application to hydrothermal systems; 8. Seismoelectric coupling; Appendix A: a simple model of the Stern layer; Appendix B: the u-p formulation of poroelasticity; References; Index.

ISBN: 9781108445788
ISBN-10: 1108445780
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 399
Published: 1st March 2018
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 24.4 x 17.0  x 2.1
Weight (kg): 0.64