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Application of ground penetrating radar and radio wave moisture probe techniques to peatland investigations

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Fig -11: Data at Location C with target of a bunker. Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratories, Hanover. A ground penetrating radar study of active layer thicknesses in areas of moist sedge and wet sedge tundra near Bethel, Alaska, U.

Developing a methodology to improve soil C stock estimates: report

Mallik AU, Hu D 1997 Soil respiration following site preparation treatments in boreal mixedwood forest. As a result, the study of minerotrophic fens provides a source of proxies, suggesting that ombrotrophic bogs are not the only reliable source of data in wetlands for palynological analysis. Guo LB, Gifford RM 2002 Soil carbon stocks and land use change: a meta analysis.

For gently dipping thermal interfaces, it is represented by a laterally continuous reflection that can cut across the returns from the sedimentary structures. Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems, 66, 241-257.

Ground penetrating radar surveys of peatlands for oilfield pipelines in Canada

Acta Geographica Sinica 65 9 : 1099—1110 In Chinese. The antenna frequency used during this study is 250 MHz antenna.

This garden probably dates to the 16 th or 17 th century, though exactly when is still debatable. A GPR profile along a ice cored esker near Carat Lake, N.

Citation Excerpt : Ground-penetrating radar GPR is an electromagnetic EM remote-sensing technique that is widely used in high resolution engineering and environmental site evaluations, and in studies of reservoir analogs in both modern and ancient sediments.

Zerva A, Mencuccini M 2005a. 5 m beneath the surface, while it is considerably less in the ice-rich zone right side of profile.