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Authors: Cammarano, F.* 
Di Fiore, B.* 
Mauriello, P.* 
Patella, D.* 
Title: Examples of application of electrical tomographies and radar profiling to cultural heritage
Issue Date: Apr-2000
Series/Report no.: 2/43 (2000)
Keywords: applied geophysics
cultural heritage
electrical tomography
radar profiling
Subject Classification04. Solid Earth::04.02. Exploration geophysics::04.02.04. Magnetic and electrical methods 
Abstract: We present the results of an integrated application of the self-potential and resistivity methods to the recognition of buried remains in the archaeological site of Sumhuram (Khor-Rouri, Oman), and of the self-potential, resistivity and radar methods to the assessment of the state of conservation of the Aksum obelisk (Rome, Italy). A tomographic approach based on the concept of anomaly source occurrence probability was used for the analysis of the self-potential and resistivity data. Tomographic imaging provided reliable space patterns of the most probable specific target boundaries and notably improved the information quality of each single geophysical method.
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