Now that equipment for ground penetrating radar is widely available and many people know how to use it, he focuses on the hardest part: making sense out of the data produced.
What does GPR stand for?
GPR stands for Ground Penetrating Radar
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- Government Plant Representative
- Government Purpose Rights
- Grade Point Ratio
- Grading Plan Review
- Gram positive rod
- Grand Pacific Resorts (California)
- Graphical Patient Record
- Graphical Process Representation
- Green Point Rater (training certification)
- Gross Profit Ratio
- Ground Potential Rise (electrical engineering)
- Ground Probing Radar
- Group Product Report (UK)
- Group Property Representative
- Groupe Permanent Chargé des Réacteurs (French: Standing Group in Charge of Reactors)
- Gunpowder Residue
- G Protein-Coupled Receptor
- G Protein-Coupled Receptor 9
- factor G pathway reactive activity
- Gas Permeance Rate, argon
Samples in periodicals archive:
The 2450GR Ground Penetrating Radar system uses radar pulses to image the subsurface and detect both metallic and non-metallic pipes and cables to depths of up to 19 feet.
DIGGING The ground penetrating radar will initially search for areas of disturbed ground.
was awarded a $78 Million contract from the United States Army, for HMDS Husky Mounted Ground Penetrating Radar Systems.
Unlike earlier generations of equipment that relied on metal detection alone, the AN/PSS-14 combines metal detection with ground penetrating radar.
The Company plans to continue mapping and sampling of the prospective areas within the Las Minas Project, followed by a program of ground penetrating radar and wide spaced drilling.
The holes were meant to test geophysical anomalies produced by various methodologies : magnetics, electromagnetics and ground penetrating radar.
The high-resolution ground data used magnetics, EM and ground penetrating radar to help identify many high-priority geophysical anomalies.