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Soil Conductivity Logging and MIP:

Soil electrical conductivity logs are used to define zones of lower conductivity, equivalent to coarser grained, more permeable sediments, which will allow the movement of contaminants (hydrocarbons, chlorinated VOCs, or metals) in the subsurface. The lithologic information gathered with the Conductivity System with a Membrane Interface Probe (MIP) can be used to aid the investigator in understanding the movement and location of contaminants in the subsurface. This information will also assist in the proper placement of monitoring or extraction wells.


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