Hydrological Connectivity of Soil Pipes Determined by Ground-penetrating Radar Tracer Detection

@inproceedings{Holden2004HydrologicalCO,
  title={Hydrological Connectivity of Soil Pipes Determined by Ground-penetrating Radar Tracer Detection},
  author={Joseph Holden},
  year={2004}
}
Soil pipes are common and important features of many catchments, particularly in semi-arid and humid areas, and can contribute a large proportion of runoff to river systems. They may also significantly influence catchment sediment and solute yield. However, there are often problems in finding and defining soil pipe networks which are located deep below the surface. Ground-penetrating radar (GPR) has been used for non-destructive identification and mapping of soil pipes in blanket peat… CONTINUE READING
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