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Abstract

Effective ground penetrating radar (GPR) surveys entail substantial planning if the surveys<br>are to meet pre-defined objectives. For many years, GPR has often been used with<br>unrealistic expectations in the mind of the end user of the data. The tools for survey design<br>are available and should be used routinely by geophysicists contemplating GPR surveys.<br>This paper presents basic guidelines for selecting operating frequency, station spacing, line<br>spacing, and antenna orientation. In addition, the fundamental methods for assessing<br>suitability of a GPR survey for a specific application are outlines.

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1992-04-26
2022-01-20
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