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Preliminary Results of a Ground Penetrating Radar Survey on Two Aeolian Dunes : Implications of Climate Change for Northwest Michigan, USA
Ground penetrating radar (GPR) was used in the investigation of two interior (non-coastal) aeolian (wind-blown) sand dunes. The purpose of this study was to regionally expand upon previous results which investigated Holocene ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...