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Saturday 30 | GPR Round 5 | Exeter Chiefs v Wasps | Sandy Park | 3pm
GPR is a geophysical method based on the propagation of electromagnetic waves which are defined by means of four Maxwell's Equations.
But the test also highlighted the limitations of GPR, particularly in conditions when the ice is close to melting.
The DENR will use the GPR device to detect illegal pipes along Bolabog Beach at the eastern side of the island, where coliform bacteria level is above acceptable standards.
* Student Housing has higher Total Operating Expenses at 41.8 percent of GPR, compared to 37.7 percent for conventional apartments.
We first introduce an algorithm to prepare many training images from a two-dimensional section of GPR images in Section 2.1.
As shown in Figure 1, the system consists of two parts, a SIR 3000 GPR unit equipped with a 900 MHz center frequency antenna from GSSI (Geophysical Survey Systems Inc., USA).
As shown in Table 5, the higher content of moisture and chloride from the induced corrosion affects the amplitude of the reflected waves of GPR .
Data collection.--Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) data were collected at four sites, chosen based on accessibility and surficial morphology of karstic features.
Working on a different set of principles, GPR produces an electromagnetic wave that travels through the subsurface and reflects any changes in the physical properties of the material it is traveling through.
Globe protrusion measured by MDCT (globe protrusion, GPR) was correlated to Hertel measured protrusion (HR).
reported a novel noninvasive biomarker--the gamma-glutamyl transpeptidase (GGT)-to-platelet ratio (GPR)--to identify HBV-infected subjects with significant fibrosis or cirrhosis in West Africa.
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