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Where are the field demonstrations?

GPR Field Demonstrations
This information is not contained in the Final Program
pdf file due to the late change.

The location for the field demonstrations has been changed.
Field demonstrations of the exhibitor's equipment will begin after
lunch on Wednesday, May 1st, at East Beach Park

The park is directly adjacent to the Radisson Hotel; exit the conference meeting rooms on the ocean side. The Park is grass covered along the sandy beach. Several utility lines including a 16 inch gas main line and electrical utility lines should be detectable. Roots of the Cypress tress and the water table may also be detected around the creek as it runs into the ocean.
No electricity will be available in the park.




View of East Beach from the Radisson Hotel




View of the Carrillo Bath House (left) and
Radisson Hotel (right) from East Beach Park




View of East Beach Park (Field Demo Area)



 
Gas Main Line (16 inch diameter) and Utility line boxes.


The following GPR data profiles show example data taken over the targets from the East Beach Park site. Data were acquired with two different types of GPRs operating at different frequencies. The data were taken on different days and the runs were pulled in the opposite directions. It is not meant to be a comparison of systems.


GPR data profile from a pulse radar (250 MHz antenna).
16 inch diameter gas main on right, anomaly on left corresponds to
an excavation as evident on the surface, possibly a sewer or utility line.




GPR data profile from a pulse radar (250 MHz antenna).
Tree roots on left, Utility lines on right.




GPR data profile from a FM-CW radar (200 to 700 MHz).
16 inch diameter gas main (middle), anomaly on right corresponds to
an excavation as evident on the surface, possibly a sewer or utility line.




GPR data profile from a FM-CW radar (200 to 700 MHz).
Utility lines on right. Tree roots on left.

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