Experience of cross-hole electrical ip-tomography for detailed study of sulfide mineralization
Cross-hole induced polarization tomography is а promoting area of electrical survey. The high resolution of this method allows detailed study of the distribution of electrical resistivity and chargeability in a hole-hole plane. In the paper we describe a used field technique, principles of data acquisition and inversion. We present results of the cross-hole induced polarization tomography obtained on a site with sulphide mineralization (Kola Peninsula).