subsurface radar

subsurface radar

[‚səb‚sər·fəs ′rā·dar]
(engineering)
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Other deals will lead to more work for the designers of the world's first unmanned offshore oil platforms, as well as boosting jobs for a firm specialising in subsurface radar technology.
Prokhorenko, "Inspection of internal structure of walls by subsurface radar," IEEE Aerosp.
Now we have the view from the subsurface radar," said Olivier Witasse, ESA's Mars Express Project Scientist.
And MRO's Shallow Subsurface Radar should be able to detect liquid water in the uppermost 1 kilometer of the Martian subsurface.
According to Bilham, until subsurface radar is used to probe the rock beneath the ice, we won't know where the rock summit of Everest really is.
If the subsurface radar wave velocity has been determined accurately, depth to the top of the banded feature shown on this line profile can be used as a good estimate for the actual depth to the top of the drainage pipe.
The investigations suggested for the proposed Europa Orbiter include imaging, altimetry, gravity measurements, and subsurface radar soundings.