Measurements and subsequent processing using specialized software (ZondRes2D) result in cross-sections of resistivity (V) and polarizability (G) constructed for each profile
After processing all studied profiles, 3D projections of cross-sections of resistivity (A) and polarizability (Б) are constructed.
Based on anomalies identified in the sections during interpretation, ore zones of different thicknesses can be distinguished.
Electrotomography technique is actively used in studies of two-dimensional sections. This technology significantly expands the applications of resistivity and induced polarization method, increases accuracy, resolution and geological efficiency of the resistivity method, enabling reliable interpretation for compound environments. Such quality of interpretation is unattainable in many cases when "classical" VES and IP-VES methods are used.