Integration of geophysical methods is limited by environmental and economical conditions. However, 2 or 3 methods are usually combined to solve typical geological problems, some examples of this integrated approach being presented here. Determination of the number of methods required can be substantiated quantitatively. For this purpose the amounts of obtained information or the risk of decision-making have been calculated. The developed informational and probabilistic criteria, as well as the solution of "four colors" mathematical problem, allow us to divide the area under investigation into classes in accordance with the results of two independent geophysical methods.
|Number of pages||9|
|State||Published - 1997|