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Electrical Imaging for Hydrogeology / Kamini Singha, Timothy C. Johnson, Frederick D. Day-Lewis, and Lee D. Slater – Guelph, Ontario, Canada, 2022.
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Domain Editors: Eileen Poeter and John Cherry
Board: John Cherry, Paul Hsieh, Ineke Kalwij, Stephen Moran, Everton de Oliveira and Eileen Poeter
Steering Committee: John Cherry, Allan Freeze, Paul Hsieh, Ineke Kalwij, Douglas Mackay, Stephen Moran, Everton de Oliveira, Beth Parker, Eileen Poeter, Ying Fan, Warren Wood, and Yan Zheng.
Cover Image: Example time-lapse inversions showing the changes in bulk conductivity caused by the presence of amendment. After injection, the amendment experienced density-driven downward flow and lateral flow over the lower bounding unit contact at approximately 10 m depth. The progression from day 93 to day 371 shows the plume sinking and diluting.