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Integrated electrical and electromagnetic surveys were carried out in hard rock areas of Purulia district (West Bengal), India, for delineation of groundwater-bearing zones that would be suitable for construction of deep tube-wells for large amounts of water. Groundwater movement that occurs...
This paper presents the results of integrated geophysical investigations to characterize aquifers in fractured rocks in the Granite complex of Itu, SE Brasil, to help locate sites for tubular wells for groundwater exploration. Ground penetrating radar (GPR) profiles, dipole–dipole electric...
A capacitance sounding method has been proposed and developed for evaluation of the actual thickness and dielectric permittivity of asphalt pavement. The method is based on the continuous measurements of the electrical capacitance between two electrodes in real time. One of them is grounded...
Byzantine public buildings are of high historical and cultural value. Churches, in particular, are of high architectural and artistic value because they are built using various materials and construction techniques and may contain significant frescoes and mosaics. The knowledge of the state of...
The SISMAR marine seismic survey acquired over 3600 km of deep seismic reflection profiles on the Atlantic margin of Morocco, one of the oldest on earth. We present here a crustal scale cross section of the Moroccan margin off El Jadida. To penetrate below the salt layer, a nonconventional, low...
The bearing capacity of sub-asphalt soils, which is a critical parameter for assessing pavement conditions and guiding pavement maintenance, is greatly influenced by soil water content. In this study, ground-coupled ground penetrating radar (GPR) techniques were used to non-destructively monitor...
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