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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 ...
Exploring Belize and its Barrier Reef: Formation, Ecosystem, Culture, and Human Influence on the Reef.
The Mesoamerican Reef is the largest reef system in the Western Hemisphere. The origin and evolution of the Belize Barrier reef in the southern portion of this system is strongly controlled by local tectonics along the ...
Monitoring Near-Surface Soil Water Content Using Air-Launched GPR Techniques.
Monitoring soil water content is an important component of responsible resource management. This research focuses on the potential of air-launched ground penetrating radar (GPR) techniques for rapid, high-resolution water ...
Three-Dimensional Water Content Estimation Using Ground Penetrating Radar Groundwave Techniques.
Accurate characterization of near-surface soil water content is important for optimizing crop yields, determining the scheduling and volumes of irrigation, and preventing groundwater degradation from agrochemicals leaching ...
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 ...
Synorogenic Basin Evolution--Cordillera Frontal, Argentina
The Argentinian Andes are located in South America between ~ 20-35 S latitude. The focus area of study is the synorogenic basin development associated with the Aconcagua Fold and Thrust Belt (AFTB).
Three Dimensional Vadose Zone Characterization of a Wisconsin Orchard Using Electromagnetic 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 conventional ...
Investigating Hornblende Etching as a Relative Dating Technique in the Lower Chippewa River Valley.
The Lower Chippewa River Valley (LCRV) is similar to many large river systems throughout the United States. Little is know about its geomorphic history. The purpose of this research is to determine if Hornblende Etching ...