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Geophysical imaging (also known as geophysical tomography) is geophysical technique that investigates the subsurface. There are many different kinds of imaging techniques, all which are based on applied physics.
Types of geophysical imaging:
- Electrical resistivity tomography
- Ground-penetrating radar
- Induced polarization
- Seismic tomography and Reflection seismology
- Archaeological geophysics
- Exploration geophysics
- Geophysical Tomography Group (The)
- Medical imaging
- Stanford Exploration Project
- "Geophysical Imaging". MIT Earth Resources Laboratory. Retrieved 30 April 2015.
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