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APPLIED GEOPHYSICS  2017, Vol. 14 Issue (3): 449-458    DOI: 10.1007/s11770-017-0639-4
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Field testing of the surface electromagnetic prospecting system
Di Qing-Yun1, Fu Chang-Min1, An Zhi-Guo1, Xu Cheng1, Wang Ya-Lu1, and Wang Zhong-Xing1
1. Key Laboratory of Shale Gas and Geoengineering, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100029, China.
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Abstract To test the performance of the Chinese whole-surface electromagnetic prospecting (SEP) system, system integrations, instrument performances, and large-scale production viabilities in Liaoning province and Inner Mongolia were measured via extensive field tests. Resultant electric fields, magnetic fields, apparent resistivities, impedance phases, and inversion profiles compared favorably with results of commercial equipment from other countries. The inversion results agreed well with the geologic information from boreholes. Field tests showed that the SEP system is stable, reliable, lightweight, and easy to operate, making it suitable and ready for real-field exploration.
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Key wordsground electromagnetic instrument   electromagnetic sounding system   SEP   CSAMT     
Received: 2015-03-03;
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This work was supported by SinoProbe Project (SinoProbe-09-02, 201011079), Development Project of National Key Scientific Equipment (No. ZDYZ2012-1-05) and the Strategic Priority Research Program of Chinese Academy of Sciences (No. XDA14050100).

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