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A 2-D oil-field survey and a 3-D environmental study illustrate the problems of collecting and interpretating electromagnetic data in crosshole and surface-to-borehole geometries. The first example employs both methods to map the development of a steam flood in a shallow heavy oil reservoir at the Lost Hills oil field in central California. Measurements were made from observation wells that straddle the steam injector in a plane orthogonal to the regional strike, and from a surface-to-borehole line that extends between the observation boreholes and into an undeveloped portion of the field. In a second example, a crosswell experiment was designed...

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