archaeological investigation Articles

  • GPR archaeological investigation of Wanda Mound in Krakow (Poland)

    Last December 2016 GPR24.COM.PL Company (Poland) participated in an archaeological investigation on the legendary Wanda Mound in Krakow city. This hill was built supposedly in VII—VIII centuries and it is assumed to be the resting place of the legendary princess Wanda, which was a daughter of Krakus, the founder of ...


    By Transient Technologies LLC

  • Archaeological Exploration case study

    Case 1 A surface resistivity to find underground tombs A surface-resistivity survey with 4m electrode spacing was used to reaffirm the location of a number of underground tombs. The inversion image concurred with the site investigation except for the void between the 8th and 14th electrodes. Further investigation by an archeological team concluded that a tomb existed ...

  • Urban planning and water management in Ancient Aetolian Makyneia, Western Greece

    The findings of a large-scale archaeological investigation, conducted from 2009 to 2013 at a site in the vicinity of Antirrion, Western Greece, identified with ancient Makyneia, provides interesting information on the architectural features and urban planning of an ancient settlement in this area of mainland Western Greece. Through an interdisciplinary study of its morphological and ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Case Study: Using Aspida to Monitor CO2 and O2

    Tunnel Ravne is a network of underground passages and chambers built in ancient times by an unknown prehistoric culture. At some point in history it was deliberately blocked up with dry stone walls backed with thousands of tons of sand and gravel. ...


    By Analox Sensor Technology

  • From ancient times to the present: development of the drinking water supply system of Şanliurfa in south-eastern Turkey

    In this paper, water supply, distribution and storage structures in Şanlıurfa city that were built since the ancient times are investigated and technological details of some water supply structures are given. The city is one of the oldest cities and has hosted many civilizations throughout the centuries, beginning from 11500 BC. The acquired archaeological heritage shows that the ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • GPR to uncover Connecticut`s past

    Crouched beside one of the many stone walls that crisscross Pachaug State Forest in Voluntown, Brian Jones held one end of a rope threaded into a single-wheeled contraption that resembled a high-tech scooter attached to a computer screen. While Debbie Surabian, soil scientist with the Natural Resources Conservation Service, tracked grainy images of what lies underground on a computer screen ...


    By Geomorph Instruments

  • GPR: a new tool for structural health monitoring of infrastructure

    Abstract Recent developments in acquisition methodology, data acquisition systems, post-processing software, and the availability of user friendly high-frequency antennas have enabled the GPR user to generate accurate three dimensional images of the interior of concrete structures. Four case studies are discussed with emphasis on output that is readily understood by the ...


    By SewerVUE

  • An Impulse Generator for The Ground penetrating radar

    Abstract In last time ground penetrating radars (GPR) are widely used for search and analysis of varied underground objects of natural and artificial origins. Caves and cavities can also be found and investigated with the GPR's aid. Impulse generator is the key unit, which determine GPR's parameters: depth of penetrating, accuracy et al. Serial power drift diodes are used for ...


    By Transient Technologies LLC

  • Scanning for Leaks & Sinkhole Detection in a Retention Pond - Case Study

    In January 2015, one of our clients used AGI tools and software for leak and sinkhole detection in the liner of a retention pond in Tennessee. Process Our client’s customer had a retention pond that was designed to hold liquid, but it was leaking through a hole in the liner. The client used the ...


    By Advanced Geosciences, Inc.

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