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Abstract

Electromagnetic reflection technique (EMR, ground penetrating radar GPR) is a non-destructive survey device using electromagnetic waves, and it is one of the most promising surface geophysical methods for mapping shallow subsurface structures and the groundwater table. EMR was used to delineate water table topography and depth as well as to locate some structures in the saturated and unsaturated zones. By means of continuous EMR reflection profiles, geological and hydrogeological descriptions of the areas under investigation can be obtained.

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1999-09-06
2020-09-29
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