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fixed-source method A geophysical exploration method in which the source (transmitter) is kept at a fixed position and a detector (receiver) is moved over the survey area to take measurements which are then plotted as profiles or maps. Electromagnetic methods such as VLF and the TURAM technique are examples of fixed source methods. Compare MOVING-SOURCE METHOD.
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