The four electrode earth-resistivity method is applied to the search for sand and gravel deposits in the glaciated areas of the United States. This technique differentiates between clays and granular materials enabling the prospector to outline and roughly estimate the quantities of each without test pits or bore holes. Several examples of field surveys are given.

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