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Abstract

Locating buried voids, tunnels or other openings in the subsurface is one of the more frequently used applications of Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) (Daniels, 1988). Buried air-filled voids provide an excellent electric permittivity contrast with any rock type. A host rock that is a relatively homogenous and low-loss provides ideal conditions for detecting and delineating subsurface voids. This nearly ideal GPR environment exists in the syenite porphyry rocks at the Zortman Gold Mine in Zortman Montana.

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1992-06-08
2021-12-06
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