Electrical Conductivity Log of Slackwater Terrace

Figure 4: Electrical Conductivity log of the east side of the slackwater terrace. Clayey materials such as those that make up the slackwater deposits are more conductive than sands. Electrical conductivity is so sensitive that small changes in particle sizes can be seen in the log, such as the sequence of channel bars in the fluvial sands between 600 and 700 cm. (Johnson, 2009.)

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