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Radio-frequency tomography (RFT) normally is assumed to sense the geological structure in a plane between the transmitters and receivers, loosely termed the image plane. In practice, out-of-plane objects also affect the tomograms. We illustrate these effects on synthetic crosshole tomograms generated for a conductive sphere in a more resistive host. The sources and receivers are vertical magnetic dipoles.

The tomographic image of a highly conductive sphere located wholly or partially between the sources and the receivers is a conductive feature the shape of which is governed by the conductivity of the host. As the sphere moves around one of...

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