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Yes, it is true. We set out to fix mistakes from the first printing and, well, some new things emerged and a few old problems turned out to be missed.
Please ignore the sentence "Vertical and horizontal are transposed". Should be an "i" instead of a "1" in the subscript for tif2. In the fifth sentence, it is a dashed line, not dotted, that connects Rr and Rf. Point H , not point F so " Points C and D are missing from the right side of the top panel. Should have a negative sign on the right side of the equals. The text for these problems was omitted and the figures are not on the DVD. So here they are: Problem 3. Refer to Figure 3. Assuming horizontal interfaces, determine the subsurface geology at this site.
Problem 3. Figure 3. Interpret the data. Using the information in Figure 3. Be sure to include comments concerning the sources of possible error.
Arrow on left edge should only extend over the top three layers. The lefthand scale should be multiplied by 10 so 10, instead of Note that the x in the line-fit equations was intended to refer to the plotted coordinate, which is actually x2. Third equation. Under "Water table multiple", should be Irfl0 the "l" was omitted. The elevation of the dashed line marked "Datum" should be noted as ed. Also, YE should have an HE on the right side of the equation.
Vertical and horizontal are transposed. PDF versions of the figures are online:.
Introduction to Applied Geophysics: Exploring the Shallow Subsurface