The top section of this image shows an overhead view of what a preliminary
baseline or "ground balance" scan would look like with a simple 2 probe array.
Notice that the Ohms gradually increase as the probe distance increases. This is
how a scan would look like under "normal" ground conditions.
How to find a cave with the EZ RES PRO
This section shows an overhead view of a scan that is performed over a cave or
tunnel with a 2 probe array. Notice how the Ohms increase dramatically once the
void is reached and then dramatically decrease once the scan goes beyond the void.
This section shows a cross section of the same scan that is performed over the cave
or tunnel. Notice how the Ohms increase greatly while attempting to penetrate the
void and then drop significantly once the scan is beyond the void.
How to find a water with the EZ RES PRO
As in previous image, the top section of this image shows an overhead view of what
a preliminary baseline or "ground balance" scan would look like with a 2 probe
array. Notice that the Ohms gradually increase as the probe distance increases.
Again, this is how a scan would look like under "normal" ground conditions.
This section shows the overhead view of a scan that is performed over a water
deposit with a 2 probe array. Notice how the Ohms decrease dramatically once the
void is reached and then dramatically increase once the scan goes beyond the
deposit.
This section shows a cross section of the same scan that is performed over the
water deposit. Notice how the Ohms decrease significantly while attempting to
penetrate the void and then increase significantly once the scan is beyond the void.
Air is less conductive than the soil, therefore we get an increase in resistance.
Water is more conductive than the soil, therefore we get a decrease in resistance.
As in the above images, these 2 images below show what it would look like to find metallic anomalies such as a mineral vein or a
treasure cashe with a simple 2 probe array. As with water, metals are more conductive and will show less resistance.
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