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Subsurface Investigation of the Wisconsin Point Barrier Spit
A barrier spit is a coastal feature formed by laterally moving water carrying and depositing sediment in the direction of the wave motion. To better understand the processes and conditions that cause the formation of barrier ...
Visualizing Industrial Organic Waste Located at Rib Lake, Wisconsin: A Geospatial Perspective Ground Penetrating Radar Test
Rib Lake is a north-central Wisconsin village located next to a lake, which once was a holding pond for the Rib Lake Lumber Company. The company processed 1.47 billion board feet of lumber during its 70 years of operation. ...
Interpretation of the Duluth-Superior Barrier System : Analysis Through Models and Ground Penetrating Radar Data
Barrier Island geomorphology is a complex subject due to the various coastal environments and associated processes where barriers form, including variations in sediment supply and sea level. The Duluth-Superior Barrier System ...
Ground Penetrating Radar Investigation at Kahal Grande Synagogue, Rhodes, Greece
The purpose of this project was to non-invasively collect and analyze GPR data of the synagogue's subsurface to look for evidence of past iterations of the synagogue and determine possible excavation locations. Hopefully, ...
Identifying the Great Synagogue of Vilnius, Lithuania With Ground Penetrating Radar
The Great Synagogue of Vilnius, Lithuania was heavily damaged by the Nazi’s during World War II. From preliminary analysis, remains of the synagogue’s walls have been located in Grid #2 and further analysis with EKKO_Project ...