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Where Does the Rain Water Go? : A Study of Eau Claire Central Business Districts; Search for Waste Baskets and Storm Drains
Every city faces the issues of pollution, from both nature as well as the people living in the city. Storm water runoff is one source of pollution. The water from heavy rain, needs somewhere to go since it cannot be absorbed ...
Using Radar Stratigraphic Analysis to Identify Erosion and Deposition in the Duluth Bay Barrier, Lake Superior
Radar stratigraphic analysis can aid in a better understanding of how erosion, littoral drift, and human activity have affected the Duluth barrier. Interpretation of the stratigraphic relationship between radar facies ...
Low Frequency (50, 100, 200 MHz) Ground Penetrating Radar Analysis of the Nipissing Beach Ridge, Huron Mountains, MI
Lake Superior has undergone a number of lake level phases that have resulted in the formation of beach ridges. One beach ridge that corresponds with the Nipissing phase of Lake Superior is located 0.5 km inland from the ...
Radar Analysis of the Grand Island Tombolo, MI, USA : A Case Study for Coastal Landscapes
This poster seeks to provide insight into the subsurface stratigraphy of the Grand Island Tombolo in order to better understand its continuing formation. In order to achieve our objectives, this study used GPR to provide ...