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Finding the Minimum Possible Depth of a Target Using GPR (Ground Penetrating Radar)

By March 7, 2017 No Comments

How do you estimate depth of your GPR targets? How do you present depths to your customers? Do you present depths the same way in homogeneous soils as in heterogeneous soils?

In this video I present the concept of Minimum Possible Depth (MPD) to help you cautiously and accurately present depth estimates to customers. Using this concept will help you explain the complexities of subsurfaces and GPR data, while protecting buried infrastructure.

Leave a comment below telling me what you THINK about MPD as a way to interact with clients.

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