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Water, Volume 12, Issue 4 (April 2020) – 298 articles
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Geophysical investigations of the near subsurface are increasingly appealing to the Hydrological [...] Read more. Geophysical investigations of the near subsurface are increasingly appealing to the Hydrological community, mainly for their ability to image under-sampled systems usually only visible via wells. The feature is here exemplified by high-resolution seismic data able to probe local variations in compression-wave propagation velocities. If these velocities are processed to transform them into pseudo-porosity values, seismic data image the widespread but discontinuous water bearing bodies of a karstified limestone aquifer (see associated Figure, with 3 layers of high porosity levels). For seeking very small karstic features, crosscut by wells, acoustic logs also valuably complement seismic data. View this paper.