You may be surprised to find how much easier the AIG Resistivity Method can make excavations. Whether you’re on an archaeological dig or you need to create a tunnel system, geophysical instruments will help out in a pinch, giving you information that would have been unheard of in previous years.
In the past, scientists had to rely on intuition and knowledge of the land to get what they wanted out of a dig. They would determine where artifacts were most likely to be located based on the remains of civilization in the area. Often times, they were digging rather blindly, with the hopes of finding something without guarantee. Today, technology gives an edge on explorers of the past.
Resisitivty meters will give you a detailed synopsis of the area underground, so that you can more efficiently plan your next move. You don’t want to spend a great deal of energy and money on digging an area to find nothing, and an instrument like this will make things far less counterproductive in the long run.
You’ll have to spend time setting up electrodes, but the results will be well worth the effort spent. The results of the machine will come to you in the form of a colored graph. Each color represents a different density. This information will let you know if there’s solid rock in an area or water, and you’ll be able to tell if there’es other substances that may be unknown.
In this way, you’ll understand what lies beneath before you even get your hands dirty.
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