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Abstract

Audiomagnetotelluric and magnetotelluric measurements have been performed on the island of Milos. Importance is attached to robust processing techniques and to the distortion problem at longer periods. The geothermal anomaly displays extremely low resistivities (0.2 ohm.m) at 10 Hz, which corresponds to the upper 200m. The central anomaly is still seen at periods around 1000s. The joint mapping of apparent resistivity by all groups participating in the experiment indicates the detailed outlines of the anomaly.

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Authors: HAAK V INSTITUT FUER METEOROLOGIE UND GEOPHYSIK DER J.W. GOETHE-UNIVERSITAET, FRANKFURT (DE) GIESE P INSTITUT FUER GEOPHYSIKALISCHE WISSENSCHAFTEN DER FREIEN UNIVERSITAET BERLIN (WG) , INSTITUT FUER METEOROLOGIE UND GEOPHYSIK DER J.W. GOETHE-UNIVERSITAET, FRANKFURT (DE);INSTITUT FUER GEOPHYSIKALISCHE WISSENSCHAFTEN DER FREIEN UNIVERSITAET BERLIN (WG)
Bibliographic Reference: EUR 12247 EN (1990) 305 PP., MF, ECU 16 AVAILABLE FROM THE OFFICE FOR OFFICIAL PUBLICATIONS OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES, L-2985 LUXEMBOURG
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