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Effect of forest cover on the results of radio-electromagnetic profiling (REMP) by the aerial method

, : Effect of forest cover on the results of radio-electromagnetic profiling (REMP) by the aerial method. Vestnik Leningradskogo Universiteta Seriya 7, Geologiya i Geografiya ( 2): 104-107

A theoretical and experimental study was made of the effect of forest on the results of radio-electromagnetic profiling from an aircraft. In field trials an AN-2 aircraft was flown at an altitude of 50-60 m over terrain including fields, rivers, felled areas, mossland, and pine and birch forests.

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