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Abstract

Capillary rising of water smoothes a change of dielectric constant of the ground near water level. This smooth transition greatly diminish amplitudes of high frequency components of a georadar pulse, reflected from the water level. In this work we study the shape and amplitude of signals, reflected from water level in the ground. Soils with different distributions of solid particles by size are considered.

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1999-09-06
2020-06-03
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