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Geophysical imaging (also known as geophysical tomography) is a 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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