2D and 3D Magnetotellurics (AMT/MT)
Magnetotellurics is a geophysical passive technique which permits to map the subsoil electrical resistivity distribution, from shallow up to several thousand meters depth. It is applied to the Earth crust and mantle investigation as well as to oil & gas, geothermal, groundwater and mining explorations. This method records both the Earth electric and magnetic fields in stations located on the ground surface. The relation among these 2 fields, in the frequency domain, is named as “impedance tensor” and is directly related to the underneath subsoil electrical resistivity distribution.