Introduction : During the past two years, the authors installed a number of electrodes
in the permafrost and tundra area of Point Barrow to obtain earth potential
data. As ground temperatures decreased during the winter, the resistances of
the first set of electrodes increased by several orders of magnitude and thus
became useless. A second set of electrodes, with sodium chloride incorporated
in the fill, proved entirely adequate for recording earth potentials. The installations
and procedure for determining electrode resistances are described
herein. Electrode resistance data versus time and ground temperatures are also
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