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Locating & interpreting a supposed fault in Plumstead Green

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  • 1. Can Electrical ResistivityTomography (ERT) be used to locate & interpret a fault in Plumstead Green, North Norfolk? Thomas Bell
  • 2. Site Area (2) (1) (5,6) (3,4)
  • 3. Site 1, Line 1
  • 4. Site 2, Line 2
  • 5. Site 3, Line 3 – 2m spacingSite 3, Line 4 – 4m spacing
  • 6. Site 4, Line 5 – 1m spacing
  • 7. Site 4, Line 6 – 1m spacing
  • 8. Conclusions:Geological background & ProcessesFault LocationFault characteristicsSurface patternsHydrogeological features Future Objectives..Model the fault scenario
  • 9. Rotem geophysics