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Cartographie électrique en continu : Apport à la connaissance d'une couverture de sol développée sur matériaux deltaïques

Abstract : This study concerns soils which developed on Burdigalian deltaic deposits (Miocene, Berger and Desprez, 1969) in the southern of the Paris Basin. These soils, which previously appeared highly variable because of the heterogeneity of the parent materials (Arrouays, 1987), are distributed in the landscape in accordance with the topography (Lamotte et al., 1988 and 1990). Nevertheless, at the scale of a plot, their mapping still requires a detailed pedological survey with many auger holes which damage the soil cover, thus preventing the study afterwards of both water and solute flow within this soil cover. Numerous studies have shown that electrical resistivity survey (Tabbagh, 1992) enables the study of soil variation (e.g.)
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Michel Dabas, O. Duval, Ary Bruand, B. Verbèque. Cartographie électrique en continu : Apport à la connaissance d'une couverture de sol développée sur matériaux deltaïques. Etude et gestion des sols, 1995, 2 (4), pp.257 - 269. ⟨hal-02056034⟩

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