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Progradation on Wisconsin Point Along the Superior Barrier Using Ground Penetrating Radar
The Duluth-Superior barrier, located on the western coast of Lake Superior, is the longest freshwater barrier system in the world. Little research has been conducted on the Wisconsin Point barrier. To better understand the ...
Searching for The Ringleblum Archives, Documentation of Life During the Holocaust : A Ground Penetrating Radar Investigation of Krasińskich Park, Warsaw, Poland
The goal of this research is to search for the missing third of the Ringelblum archives, a collection of documents that is evidence that accounts for the events of the Holocaust and hidden across Warsaw, Poland. Poland is ...
GPR Investigation of the Nebraska Sandhills
The Nebraska Sandhills are 19,300 square miles of vegetated linear aeolian dunes in the Great Plains region, in north-central Nebraska. The goal of the ground penetrating radar (GPR) research on the Nebraska Sandhills is ...
Holocaust Archaeology : GPR Subsurface Imaging of the Mila 18 Memorial in Warsaw, Poland
The main tool used in this project was ground penetrating radar (GPR). Alongside the GPR data, electrical resistivity tomography (ERT) data was also collected. The integrated use of ERT and GPR measurements, and in particular ...