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Müller, H; von Dobeneck, Tilo; Hilgenfeldt, Christian; SanFelipo, Bill; Rey, Daniel; Rubio, Belen (2012): (Figure 5b) Vertical sensor characteristics of GEM-3 (96 cm coil) for quadrature conductivity given as weighting functions and cumulative subsurface response. PANGAEA,, In supplement to: Müller, H et al. (2012): Mapping the magnetic susceptibility and electric conductivity of marine surficial sediments by benthic EM profiling. Geophysics, 77(1), E43-E56,

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apparent resistivity; electromagnetics; magnetic susceptibility; mapping; marine sediments
The models are based on 0.1% perturbations of an homogenous seafloor model with seawater (and sediment) conductivities/susceptibilities of 3 S/m and -9 x 10**-6 (1 S/m and 100 x 10**-6; susceptibility in SI-units).
#NameShort NameUnitPrincipal InvestigatorMethod/DeviceComment
1DistanceDistancemMüller, Hdistance to sensor plane
2DEPTH, sediment/rockDepthmGeocode
3FactorFactorMüller, Hweighting factor for 1 kHz signal (conductive subsurface)
4FactorFactorMüller, Hweighting factor for 5 kHz signal (conductive subsurface)
5FactorFactorMüller, Hweighting factor for 10 kHz signal (conductive subsurface)
6SaturationSatur%Müller, Hsaturation of the electric conductivity signal with depth
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