Radio Wave Monitoring of the Depth and the Salinity of the Water Table
The extensive exploitation of the earth’s natural reserves in recent years and the ever-present danger of their pollution and ultimate destruction, make it imperative to implement new effective methods to monitor repeatedly, the quality and quantity of our indispensable resources.
KeywordsWater Table Surface Wave Radio Wave Scattered Field Radio Wave Propagation
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