Recent case studies and advances of the magnetotelluric method in geothermal exploration

Friedemann Samrock
The magnetotelluric (MT) method is a well-established tool in geothermal exploration. Case studies from all over the world and from different geothermal settings have proven its effectiveness, when it comes to subsurface reservoir characterization and the successful siting of geothermal wells. A reason for MT being a popular tool in geothermal exploration is that the bulk electrical conductivity of the subsurface, as recovered by MT, can be used as a proxy for key geothermal parameters....
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