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Experimental Determination of GPR Groundwave Sampling Depth as a Function of Data Acquisition Parameters
Ground penetrating radar (GPR) groundwaves can be used to measure the near-surface soil water content. Previous research has shown that the sampling depth of GPR groundwaves is frequently dependent when adjacent soil layers ...
Geospatial Investigation of Fort Ord Dunes State Park : Ground Penetrating Radar
The recently developed Fort Ord Dunes State Park, located north of Monterey Bay, California, has a coastal dune complex along with an abandoned military base. The purpose of this study was to better understand the internal ...
Imaging of a Strandplain Along Lake Superior, Huron Mountains, MI : Preliminary Results From a Ground Penetrating Radar Study
The purpose of this study is to examine the subsurface stratigraphy of a strandplain located along the Huron Mountains, Marquette County, Michigan.
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 ...
Locating Jacob Gens : A Subsurface Geophysical Investigation in Rasu Prison, Vilnius, Lithuania
Jacob Gens, a Lithuanian Jewish army officer who held senior leadership positions in the Vilnius Ghetto was shot by the Nazis and buried with his journals within the courtyard of Rasu Prison, Vilnius, Lithuania. The objective ...
Medvegalis : A GPR Study of the Medieval Hillfort in Lithuania
Located on the western border of the Baltic state of Lithuania, Medvėgalis was one of the strongest and most important Middle Age hillforts in the region. First mentioned in written text in 1316, Medvėgalis served as a ...
Monitoring Shallow Infiltration in Sandy Soil Using GPR Groundwave Techniques
Characterizing the near-surface soil water content distribution is important for precision agriculture and groundwater remediation applications. Measuring soil water content over large areas is often difficult, as ...
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 ...
Investigation of the Internal Stratigraphy of Alpine Fault Rupture Induced Coastal Dune Formations in South Westland, New Zealand Using Ground Penetrating Radar
Visible from aerial imagery, ridge formations can be seen building outward and parallel from the coast in South Westland, New Zealand, near the mouth of the Haast River. These coastal formations are a result of tectonically ...
Geospatial Investigation of Fort Ord Dunes State Park : GIS/GPS Applications
The recently developed Fort Ord Dunes State Park north of Monterey, California, comprises of an eroding coastal dune complex. The project used several geospatial technologies to better understand both the internal stratigraphy ...