Information - SM3 Techniques of near-surface seismic and georadar imaging
High-resolution near-surface geological mapping and geophysical exploration often rely on the use of ground penetrating radar (GPR) and seismic methods. The aim of this session is to present practical and theoretical aspects of the newest and the state-of-the-art GPR and seismic techniques, which are designed for detailed imaging of the physical properties of the near-surface layers of the Earth. We invite papers that describe the development of new methods and the practical implementation of the techniques. Case studies that show the application of the different methods in different environments and studies that integrate the GPR and seismic methods with geoelectrical, hydrological, geochemical, well logging or other types of data are of special interest.
Preliminary List of Solicited Speakers
George Tsoflias, Department of Geology, The University of Kansas
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