ground-penetrating radar


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ground-penetrating radar

[¦grau̇nd ‚pen·ə¦trād·iŋ ′rā‚där]
(engineering)
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Lee Hein, the owner of utility-locating Hawaii Geophysical Services, began using ground-penetrating radar (GPR) about 10 years ago.
Last month deputy culture minister Piotr Zuchowski said he was "more than 99% sure" the train existed because of ground-penetrating radar he had seen.
The research team considered four nondestructive evaluation technologies: ground-penetrating radar, low-frequency ultrasonic tomography, infrared thermography, and digital radiography.
Commission chairman Dick Watts said on October 28, 2014, The Roslyn Cemetery Commission started to use ground-penetrating radar at the Roslyn Cemetery.
Police are expected to use ground-penetrating radar equipment to search the area, looking for disturbed earth.
Interpreting ground-penetrating radar for archaeology.
The ground-penetrating radar equipment, provided by the Home Office, will be used to detect areas of disturbed soil and ground.
The Ground-penetrating radar teams have identified two more points.
They were preparing to use ground-penetrating radar to examine the earth for evidence it was disturbed more than 24 years ago.
The preservation, made possible by EI-Ad Group and 21 LLC Corp, included conservation and cleaning of tombstones, a ground-penetrating radar study locating unmarked graves, new historically sensitive landscaping, and new pathways.
But last week, a ground-penetrating radar scan of the area revealed something is buried on the site, and Shelly Finn of North Brookfield thinks she knows what.
Ground-penetrating radar sensors might have reached new depths.