Attention is drawn to Research Council of Alberta Bulletin 19, by Bukhari and Lennox (1966), which reports on continuing work on resistivity analysis. In that work, two more operators are computed, corresponding to specified subsurface geometries and sequences of electrode positions, and a table is presented of geometric coefficients for certain selected subsurface blocks and dipole-dipole electrode configurations from which the coefficients for many more blocks can be derived. With this table, operators can be computed for a great variety of subsurface block arrays, facilitating the selection of arrays useful for many diverse geological situations.

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