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Abstract

To visualize the subsurface condition of the Mirecuk temple site, multi-disciplinary geophysical survey was conducted. Seismic refraction and resistivity survey was conducted to obtain the subsurface rock distribution which is related with groundwater flow in the site. As a high resolution subsurface imaging, GPR survey was conducted to extract the soil layer that can be interpreted to be the original ground surface at the time of the construction of the temple. These surface geophysical data were compared and verified using drilling data and soil samples. By this geophysical investigation, we could construct the 3-D subsurface model of the site, which explains the construction procedure of the temple site.

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2012-09-03
2021-10-20
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