Polarization of the magneto-telluric fields over an anisotropic earth
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The effect of an anisotropic earth on an elliptically polarized incident magnetic field is investigated. A new method is developed for delineating the local conductivity structure using the polarization parameters of the magneto-telluric fields.
KeywordsAmplitude Ratio Polarization Parameter Orthogonal Component Magnetic Field Vector Master Curf
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