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A resistivity survey is a geophysical technique used to investigate subsurface conditions and structures by measuring the electrical resistivity of the Earth's materials. It involves injecting a controlled electrical current into the ground through electrodes and measuring the resulting voltage differences. This method is widely employed in environmental studies, mineral exploration, groundwater resource assessment, civil engineering, and archaeology to map geological layers, locate groundwater, detect buried objects, and assess soil properties. 

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