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Sub-Surface Sensing 
Ground-penetrating radar and electromagnetic induction for mapping and exploration.


   

Recent Publications

Identification of Subsurface Features that Affect Offsite Movement of Waterborne Contaminants through the Use of Soil Classification and Mapping Techniques, Electromagnetic Inductance (EM) and Ground-Penetrating Radar (GPR).  Raley, K. D.  2003.  M.S. Thesis, M.S. Thesis, PSS.

Mapping Agricultural Fields With GPR And EMI To Identify Offsite Movement Of Agrochemicals.  Yoder, R. E., R. S. Freeland, J. T. Ammons, and L. L. Leonard.  2001.  Journal of Applied Geophysics 47 (2001). P. 251-259.

Mapping Agricultural Fields With GPR and EMI to Predict Offsite Movement of Agrochemicals.  Yoder, R. E., R. S. Freeland, J. T. Ammons, and L. L. Leonard.  2000.  In Proceedings: Eighth International Conference on Ground Penetrating Radar, D. Noon, G. Stickley, and D. Longstaff, editors, SPIE Vol. 4084 (2000). GPR 2000, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia, May 23-26. pp. 20-25.