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Abstract

Archaeological prospection requires a fast, cheap and nondestructive survey - technique with high resolution. On the one hand, exploration with ground penetrating radar can fulfill most of the requirements, but on the other hand, the radargrams as the result of radar surveys are hard to interprete. Case histories help to increase our experience and knowledge how to extract information out of georadarsections.

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1992-06-01
2020-06-02
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