Applied geophysical techniques in underground exploration can be useful in defining the subsoil geometry and the spatial relationships of the physico–mechanical properties of the materials. An example is presented to demonstrate how highresolution seismic techniques using shear waves can assist with a geotechnical issue. The survey has been carried out to elucidate the subsoil geometry and characterize lithotypes in terms of physicomechanical parameters, useful in the geotechnical study of an historic monument in which fractures developed following a downslope excavation.
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