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These notebooks walk through using SimPEG for conducting a TDEM and FDEM soundings over a sphere. They use the cylindrically symmetric mesh for the forward modelling
These notebooks walk through inverting a single sounding of airborne EM data collected in Australia.
These notebooks were originall published in The Leading Edge
Seogi Kang , Lindsey J. Heagy , Rowan Cockett , and Douglas W. Oldenburg (2017). ”Exploring nonlinear inversions: A 1D magnetotelluric example.” The Leading Edge, 36(8), 696–699.
There are 5 notebooks in this tutorial - we wrote them starting from discretizing the governing equations for the Magnetotelluric Problem, running a forward simulation and exploring an example of non-uniqueness, and performing the inversion. Although this is a natural order in terms of building the pieces, you do not need to work through them in order, each notebook is self-contained and has links to others where appropriate.
There are also 2 "appendix" notebooks
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