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Andreas Kemna, Johan A Huisman, Egon Zimmermann, Roland Martin, Yulong Zhao, Andrea Treichel, Adrian Flores Orozco, and Thomas Fechner (2014)

Broad-band electrical impedance tomography for subsurface characterization using improved corrections of electromagnetic coupling and spectral regularization

In: Tomography of the Earth’s Crust: From Geophysical Sounding to Real-Time Monitoring, ed. by Michael Weber, Ute Münch. Springer International Publishing, vol. 21, chap. 1, pp. 1-20. Geotechnologien Science Report.

The low-frequency complex electrical conductivity in the mHz to kHz range has been shown to enable an improved textural, hydraulic, and biogeochemical characterization of the subsurface using electrical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) methods. Principally, these results can be transferred to the field using electrical impedance tomography (EIT). However, the required accuracy of 1 mrad in the phase measurements is difficult to achieve for a broad frequency bandwidth because of electromagnetic (EM) coupling effects at high frequencies and the lack of inversion schemes that consider the spectral nature of the complex electrical conductivity. Here, we overcome these deficiencies by (i) extending the standard spatial-smoothness constraint in EIT to the frequency dimension, thus enforcing smooth spectral signatures, and (ii) implementing an advanced EM coupling removal procedure using a newly formulated forward electrical model and calibration measurements. Both methodological advances are independently validated, and the improved imaging capability of the overall methodology with respect to spectral electrical properties is demonstrated using borehole EIT measurements in a heterogeneous aquifer. The developed procedures represent a significant step forward towards broadband EIT, allowing transferring the considerable diagnostic potential of EIS in the mHz to kHz range to geophysical imaging applications at the field scale for improved subsurface characterization.
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