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Abstract

Radar data collected along profiles and in grids have assisted in identifying subsurface<br>pathways that might carry motor fuel known to be contaminating domestic water wells.<br>Disruptions of reflections were visible in conventional radar profiles were interpreted as<br>fractures zone in limestone bedrock. Radar data acquired in a grid over zones where<br>these fractures were the most dense are presented as a three dimensional display,<br>facilitating the visualization of the extension of these fractures across the survey areas

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1998-03-22
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