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Topographic Correction of GPR Lines, Curonian Spit Sand Dunes
The Curonian Spit is located off the western coast of Lithuania in eastern Europe. The Curonian Spit is a 98 km long spit that separates the Baltic Sea from the Curonian Lagoon. The Curonian Spit is covered in very large ...
Subsurface Imaging of Bilioniai Hillfort, Lithuania
Nearly 4,000 potential hillforts exist throughout the Baltic region. Hillforts served multiple purposes, including defensive forts to protect against attack, wooden castles, and settlements. A ground penetrating radar (GPR) ...
Looking for the Gate : Imaging at Bethsaida Israel : A Ground Penetrating Radar Perspective
The ancient city of Bethsaida is in the northern Galilee region of Israel along shores of the Sea of Galilee and is mentioned by Pliny the Elder, Josephus as well as several Biblical texts. First excavated in 1987, the ...
GPR Investigation of the Great Dune Ridge, Naglių Nature Reserve, Lithuania : A Historic Landscape Threatened by Natural and Anthropogenic Causes
Since the beginning of the 19th century, aeolian sand dunes, which are piles of loose sediment, have dominated the Curonian Spit. The sediment in aeolian dunes has been eroded and transported by wind. The World Heritage ...
Subsurface Investigation of Cape Kolka, Latvia : A Progradational Strandplain Along the Baltic Coast
The Cape Kolka strandplain is located along the northern tip of Latvia, situated between the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Riga. The strandplain has been prograding due to excess sediment being carried northwards through ...
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 ...