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Abstract

In this work, we present preliminary results from a geophysical survey conducted at Kedrodasos, south Crete, Greece. The scope of this survey is to characterize the subsurface at the Kedrodasos Juniperus trees forest. We used GPR and electrical tomography to map the root system of these trees and to image the sand dunes. We used three methods for the inversion of the resistivity data. We applied deterministic deconvolution on the GPR data and employed a reflected wave from a lab experiment as reference wavelet. The thickness of the sand dunes does not exceed 2 m. Low resistivity regions with abundance of diffracted EM waves are attributed to the juniperous trees root system zones.

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2011-10-03
2020-04-02
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