Data for: Low signal-to-noise FDEM in-phase data: potential for magnetic susceptibility modelling

Published: 11 April 2018| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/bn5nb2r3g5.1
Philippe De Smedt, samuël delefortrie, Daan Hanssens


Frequency domain electromagnetic (FDEM) survey data collected with a multi-receiver fixed boom, loop-loop FDEM instrument. Both in-phase and out-of-phase data are provided for discussed coil geometries. FDEM data have been corrected for signal instabilities following Delefortrie et al. 2014 and De Smedt et al. 2016. Downhole magnetic susceptibilty data is provided for calibration and validation. As a reference, the depth to bedrock is provided as well. Further file information is provided in 'Read_me.txt'. *** Delefortrie, S., De Smedt, P., Saey, T., Van De Vijver, E., and Van Meirvenne, M., 2014, An efficient calibration procedure for correction of drift in EMI survey data: Journal of Applied Geophysics, 110, p. 115-125. De Smedt, P., Delefortrie, S., and Wyffels, F., 2016, Identifying and removing micro-drift in ground-based electromagnetic induction data: Journal of Applied Geophysics, 131, p. 14-22.



Electrical Methods in Geophysics, Magnetic Susceptibility, Surveys, Near-Surface Geophysics, Applied Geophysics