Electromagnetic induction is a powerful tool to map the electrical conductivity of the vadose zone for a wide range of applications like engineering, environmental, and agricultural sciences (Pellerin and Wannamaker, 2005; Robinson et al., 2008). These maps are used for salinity mapping (Urdanoz et al., 2008), clay mapping (Triantafilis and Lesch, 2005), and soil water content mapping (Kachanoski et al., 1988; Reedy and Scanlon, 2003; Sherlock and McDonnell, 2003; Abdu et al., 2008; Lück et al., 2009). For the latter, homogeneous halfspace models are used to calculate...

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