A novel approach to 3D modelling ground-penetrating radar (GPR) data - A case study of a cemetery and applications for criminal investigation.

  title={A novel approach to 3D modelling ground-penetrating radar (GPR) data - A case study of a cemetery and applications for criminal investigation.},
  author={T B Kelly and Miguel {\'A}ngel and D E O'Connor and Cynthia Huff and L. Morris and Grant D. Wach},
  journal={Forensic science international},
A Newly Developed Tool for the Post-Processing of GPR Time-Slices in A GIS Environment
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From Its Core to the Niche: Insights from GPR Applications
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Using Ground Penetrating Radar and Resistivity Methods to Locate Unmarked Graves: A Review
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Advances in Forensic Geophysics
  • E. Essefi
  • Geology
    Technologies to Advance Automation in Forensic Science and Criminal Investigation
  • 2022
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Imaging karstic cavities in transparent 3D volume of the GPR data set in Akkopru dam, Mugla, Turkey
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Applications of ground-penetrating radar (GPR) to sedimentological, geomorphological and geoarchaeological studies in coastal environments
  • A. Neal, C. L. Roberts
  • Geology, Environmental Science
    Geological Society, London, Special Publications
  • 2000
Abstract Acquisition of high resolution data regarding the stratigraphy and internal structure of coastal sedimentary sequences is becoming increasingly important in many sedimentological,
The technical challenges and outcomes of ground-penetrating radar: A site-specific example from Joggins, Nova Scotia
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Forestry applications of ground-penetrating radar
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