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Authors: Urbini, S.*
Baskaradas, J. A.*
Title: GPR as an effective tool for safety and glacier characterization: experiences and future development
Title of journal: IEEE Xplore
Series/Report no.: / (2010)
Publisher: IEEE
Issue Date: Aug-2010
DOI: 10.1109/ICGPR.2010.5550268
Keywords: GPR
snow layering
Antarctica
alpine glaciers
crevasses
water channels
Abstract: In recent times, the GPR technique has assumed an important role in glacial environment exploration. Ice thickness, bedrock description, internal water floods or underground channel, glacial structures (as snow layering and crevasses detection) form part of our experience in Antarctica and in high alpine glacier ski areas. In this paper, we present some results of these investigations exploring the possibility of combining our technical expertise on Radio Echo Sounding (RES) instrumentation to develop a system for subglacial environment exploration.
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02.02.10. Instruments and techniques

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