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Abstract

Farmers and land improvement contractors, especially in the Midwest U.S., need methods to not<br>only locate buried agricultural drainage pipe, but also to determine if the pipes are functioning properly<br>with respect to water delivery. Previous investigations have already demonstrated the feasibility of<br>using ground penetrating radar (GPR) to find agricultural drainage pipes, so the primary focus of this<br>research project was to determine if GPR can provide additional insight into the condition of subsurface<br>drainage pipes.

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2009-03-29
2021-01-28
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