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What applications does GPR cover?

GPR is a very useful tool in a variety of applications. Most popular uses of GPR are the non-destructive testing and mapping of objects inside the concrete, such as rebars, pipes, ducts, and cables. Other applications are infrastructure assessment (bridge decks, roads), utility location, archaeology, forensics, environmental studies (mapping contaminants), shallow geology and geophysics, mine exploration and safety, transportation (pavement thickness and density, ballast fouling), agriculture, military (UXO), sedimentology, glaciology, quarrying, space exploration.

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