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[MIS02-P02] MT survey and its preliminal result at Boso Peninsula, Japan
Keywords:MT method, Boso Peninsula
The preliminarily results show that we can presume the resistivity structure about 80 m-2 km depth from the surface. A typical resistance down to 200 m depth was 1-10 ohm-m and below 200 m depth, a specific resistance was estimated at 0.1-1 ohm-m at many stations. This suggests that there is a geological boundary around 200 m depth. In comparison with the geologic structure interpreted by the reflection seismology data, the upper part seems to be the Shimousa Group, and the lower, the Kazusa Group (Earthquake Research Committee, 2005).
To presume resistivity structure at the deeper depth, it is necessary to remove the artificial noises from observed MT data. These observed noises have characteristics of transient signals and processes in time domain are required such as singular spectrum analysis and neural network analysis. Further preprocessing will be essential.